PSHSA’s Board of Directors is currently composed of knowledgeable and experienced individuals with a history of leadership and commitment to the promotion of workplace health and safety. It is a competency-based Board with representatives from across Ontario that reflect the diversity of sectors that PSHSA serves – education providers, cultural organizations, healthcare services, provincial and municipal government and community affairs.

The Board is comprised of individuals from the private, public and/or not-for-profit sectors, who bring relevant functional expertise in health and safety, finance and accounting, risk management, technology, human resources, law, policy development, corporate governance, public relations, communications and education.

Collectively, PSHSA’s Board of Directors brings diverse backgrounds together to oversee the development of strategy, provide the stewardship of resources, and to ensure accountability to the public, supporting effective decision-making and risk management.


Required Experience and Qualifications

Given current composition of the Board, we are presently inviting candidates with leadership experience in the following areas to join our Board of Directors:

  • Finance and Accounting
  • Audit / Risk Management
  • Entrepreneurial / Business Development
  • Technology / eLearning / Big Data
  • Legal
  • Government and Healthcare
  • Human Resources Management

The PSHSA’s Board Directors reflect our I-CARE core values of Innovation, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Integrity and Excellence. Each Board Director works in partnership with all Independent Directors, the Senior Leadership Team and key stakeholders to advance PSHSA’s deliverables, mission and vision from a strategic and governance perspective.

This is an exciting a three-year volunteer opportunity open from July 2019 for Board, business and community leaders who are passionate about having a positive impact on occupational health and safety across Ontario now and for years to come. Travel and other business expenses will be reimbursed, if required, in accordance with established policies.

To explore this dynamic Board of Directors opportunity, please submit an expression of interest and your resume via email to by June 30 to Eugene Nikutin, Director of People & Culture, at We look forward to exploring your candidacy.


Diversity & Inclusion

PSHSA recognizes and embraces the unique value and the benefits of diversity in our Board of Directors, as we truly believe that successful Board will include and make good use of differences in the experience, skills, personality traits, background, race, gender and other attributes of the Directors. Such differences will be taken into consideration in determining the optimum setup of the Board.


View our current Board of Directors | Read our Strategic Plan, Vision, Mission and Values



Public Services Health and Safety Association (PSHSA) is a transfer payment recipient of the Ontario Ministry of Labour and is responsible for the delivery of health and safety programs, services and solutions to Ontario’s public and broader public services. As one of four health and safety associations, operating under the Health & Safety Ontario banner, PSHSA is a trusted advisor to public sector organizations, large and small, seeking to reducing and eliminating work related injuries, occupational illnesses and fatalities.

Located across the province, our consulting teams provide prevention and safety advice, information and training based on leading practices and ongoing research. Together they serve more than 10,000 organizations and 1.7 million workers in the community and healthcare, municipal and public safety, education and culture sectors, aboriginal communities, and provincial government.

Working with system partners, employers and workers, PSHSA’s vision is driven by one simple but compelling idea: Enable a healthier and safer tomorrow for Ontario’s Public Sector Community. We have made great strides in Ontario, and each year there are fewer lost time injuries, and fatalities in the workplace – but we’re working to eliminate them completely.