Set Up an Introductory Meeting
We would be delighted to set up a 30 minute meeting! Our goal is to ensure you are provided with supports and resources to manage safety in your area. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an introductory meeting.
Prior to a meeting, you can complete your safety training online which is delivered via Avenue to Learn. Log in to Avenue to complete the content and the records of completion are recorded in Mosaic. You will have already been enrolled in some modules as a part of your onboarding process. Please be advised that you are automatically unenrolled after 30-60 days if you have not completed. There are no notifications of unenrollment. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Please explore and bookmark the following websites to build your familiarity.
FHS Safety Office - Safety service for the Faculty of Health Sciences
EOHSS - safety service for other Faculties and on campus. Sometimes you will connect with this safety office for specific topics, depending the topic and your location.
Risk Management Manual - The website that houses all of the safety policies and programs.
Employee Health Services - accommodations, WSIB claims and other health related topics.
Campus Security - Security contact for non-hospital on campus (MDCL, CRL, IAHS) and off campus (DBHSC)
On-Campus Building Notices - sign up to get emailed about building notices for your on-campus building.
Participating in Safety
You can participate in safety within the Faculty of Health Sciences in a number of different ways.
SAFETY PROGRAMS AND TRAINING SUMMARY
Joint Health and Safety Committees
We have a number of Joint Health and Safety Committees within our Faculty at different workplace locations. We discuss safety topics that are important to the location and make recommendations to senior management for improvements. We meet monthly or bi-monthly. We strongly encourage you join us! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming a member.
FHS JHSC Webpage
JHSC Terms of Reference
First Aid Responder
A first aid responder is someone who has been trained in basic first aid. Training is provided by the University. A first aider provides emergency medical response for their assigned area and maintains the first aid kits. Please visit the RMM 1204 First Aid Program and contact us if you wish to participate.
A fire warden is someone who provides leadership during a fire alarm in non-hospital hosted locations. Please visit RMM 1201 Fire Safety Plan and contact us if you wish to participate.
Code Captain (hospital locations)
A Code Captain is someone who provides leadership when a hospital emergency code is called. Captains work alongside hospital code captains to deliver direction for the building. Please contact us if you wish to participate.