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Safety Matters – The Future of Risk Management

Following the successful lead of an international workshop back in 2015, TSSA’s Public Safety Risk Management (PSRM) team recently met with government and regulatory agencies from USA and Canada for a follow-up on the future of public risk management.

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Feedback on USA Regulations – Nov 2nd

A key proposed change to the regulation by the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (MGCS) is that its requirements would only apply to manufacturers, renovators and retailers of bedding, which includes mattresses, and upholstered furniture.

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Safety Works: TSSA’s Strategic Plan FY2018-2022

New Ways to Safety The next evolution of safety will modernize regulatory principles, address technological advances, and ensure greater collaboration with industry and government.

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Safety Matters – TSSA’s Third-Party Ombudsman Service

In this episode of Safety Matters, TSSA’s Ombudsman Sandra Cooke joins host Greg Kerr to talk about the success of the Ombudsman’s Office, TSSA’s whistleblower procedures, the next phase of communicating complaints and/or concerns, and best practices in confidential disclosures of wrongdoing.

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International CO Conference – Final Report/Presentations

A report summarizing the findings of TSSA’ first international conference on carbon monoxide is now available.

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Elevator Safety Videos – Be Safe Not Sorry

TSSA recently put together four dramatic safety videos – Be Safe Not Sorry – highlighting known risks with elevators and unsafe riding behaviour.

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Director’s Update – Mike Adams, BPV/OE Safety Program

In this episode of Safety Matters, TSSA’s Director of Boilers and Pressure Vessels and Operating Engineers Mike Adams joins host Greg Kerr to talk about new developments and current issues in the BPV/OE sector.

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2017 Safety Awards – Nominations Are Open

Know an individual or organization that deserves recognition for outstanding safety? Nominate someone today! Nominations for the 2017 Impact and Legacy awards close June 1, but will be accepted throughout the year for future consideration. Do you know of someone, (individual or organization, including yourself), who should be considered for a safety award? We want to hear from you! Download

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Beneath your feet, on any city street or property line, there’s an underworld of infrastructure: everything from pipes that carry fuel to rows of cables that run electricity, landlines, internet – all the things that keep you connected and cozy in your home. But if you hit one, disastrous things can happen. Even a minor scrape from a shovel or

New Excavation Guidelines

TSSA’s Fuels Safety Program recently adopted the new CSA Z247 Code for damage prevention to underground infrastructure – effective April 1, 2017. To align with this standard, TSSA is updating the current Excavation Guideline, which is under final review by stakeholders, including the Electrical Safety Authority. Highlights include: updating definitions to align with CSA Z247, TSSA, ESA and Ontario One

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Ask TSSA: Improving Fuel Contractor Audits

In this edition of Ask TSSA, Mark Westen, TSSA Fuels Inspector and Training/Certification Advisor, provides a few quick answers in this short clip.

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Fuels Director’s Safety Order – OPW 241/36S Swivels

TSSA’s Fuels Safety Program has investigated  incidents where the OPW 241 TPS swivel, a fuel pump device that provides rotation for easy nozzle positioning, has failed.

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Fuels Safety Industry Workshops

TSSA is offering full-day workshops across the province through May and June on new Propane Installation Codes and Fuel Code 2016. 

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Safety Matters – Lowering the Heat in the Kitchen

TSSA’s Fuels Safety Program recently attended a popular conference for the food service industry at the Restaurants Canada Show – from Feb 26-28, 2017 – to promote important fuel safety matters, TSSA’s work behind public safety and the role that commercial establishments play.


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Safety Matters – The Future of Risk Management

Following the successful lead of an international workshop back in 2015, TSSA’s Public Safety Risk Management (PSRM) team recently met

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Feedback on USA Regulations – Nov 2nd

A key proposed change to the regulation by the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (MGCS) is that its requirements