Safety Works: TSSA’s Strategic Plan FY2018-2022

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.

Regulation is evolving around the world. Regulators are building capacity and adopting new approaches to achieve their goals as political and economic pressures are challenging them to achieve and maintain required outcomes while demonstrating value and reducing regulatory burden on businesses. At TSSA we want to be a leader in this evolution through the adoption of modern regulatory principles.

To ensure TSSA remains sensitive to the changing needs of our environment, our new Strategic Plan for fiscal 2017-18 to 2021-22 has a five-year horizon but an immediate three-year focus. It emphasizes regulatory renewal, service excellence and empowering the public and regulated customers to adopt safe behaviours.

We will continue our focus on building a strong organizational foundation and developing our people and culture to support our new strategic goals.

TSSA’s focus will reinforce the core capabilities and strategic goals that drive us towards our vision to be a valued authority for a safer Ontario.


Safety Works – TSSA Strategic Plan FY2018-2022



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