"Identifying vulnerabilities and maximizing safety."

Safety, and the perception of safety, are necessary precursors to engaged learning. Focusing on safety in terms of facility design, use and maintenance, as well as reviewing human systems and interactions from a safety perspective provides a unique viewpoint on the workplace community. 


The result of these assessments allows a stronger alignment to existing or planned strategies, including accreditation standards and budget allowances.

It identifies opportunities to enhanced safety and eliminates peripheral challenges and threats associated with crises.


The assessment tools and compliance methods deployed are developed from the standards and guidelines endorsed by the Occupational Health & Safety Council of Ontario, Ontario's Ministry of Labour and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety. We tailor our specific approach to each clients' unique requirements.

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• Doors to offices are unlocked allowing for unrestricted access to staff office space. • Cluttered work space, items are potential projectiles/weapons. Recommendations: • Keep all office doors locked when not occupied. • Limit the amount of items placed on top of workstations.