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Safety Starts With Precautions

 

As we all face the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to remember that your safety starts with taking basic safety precautions.  While it is a very serious situation, it is also important not to panic.  Ensure you and your family follow instructions given out by qualified medical and health professionals.  This includes washing your hands thoroughly, self-isolating, where possible, and maintaining social distancing.

 

It is also very important to remember to have a plan for cooking and preparing meals, getting prescriptions and keeping the kids entertained.  None of this requires panic buying.  To get through this, we must all remain calm and work as a team.  It is not necessary nor helpful for anyone to go panic shopping and clear shelves of necessities.  We are in this together.

 

So, ensure you self-monitor.  If you have any symptoms, do not go directly to the Walk-In clinic or Emergency unless it is a real emergency.  Contact your local Public Health unit and they will screen you over the phone and provide direction.  Stay healthy, stay isolated and don't forget to phone and check-in on family and friends.  We're in this together!

 

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Regulatory Compliance

Did You Know?

 

Pursuant to the Private Security and Investigation Services Act (PSIA), licenced Security and Private Investigators must comply with the General Rules and Standards of Practice and are prohibited in the use of certain terms when referring to their operations.  This includes using any of the following words:

  • Detective or Private Detective
  • Law Enforcement
  • Police
  • Officer or Security Officer

Know Your Legal Duties and Responsibilities.

 

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The More you Know: Worker Suffers "Significant" Injuries After Being Trapped At Midtown Construction Site (Toronto, ON)

A construction worker had to be rescued after he became trapped between an elevator and a wall in midtown Toronto on Monday morning.

 

Toronto Fire crews managed to free the worker in what fire chief Matthew Pegg called a “slow and methodical process” at a construction site near Mount Pleasant Road and Eglinton Avenue East.

 

“One male patient was trapped between the construction elevator and the wall of the building eight storeys up,” Pegg explained. “So that began what has been a very complex rescue for our crews.”

 

The worker, a man in his 30s, was eventually freed and taken down with a tower ladder to awaiting paramedics.

 

Pegg said he suffered “significant” injuries.

 

Toronto police and the Ministry of Labour are investigating.

 

 

Source: City News

 

 


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2018 TRAINING Calendar Is Now Available

Canadian Security Training is proud to announce the release of our 2018 Training Calendar.  NEW courses have been added, including mandatory Health and Safety training, and our NEW Cambridge Skills Training Centre is officially open.  Contact us at info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca for more details.

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NEW CANSEC Head Office Opening in Simcoe

Canadian Security Training is proud to announce the opening of our new Head Office on August 1, 2017 in Simcoe, Ontario.  The Head Office will be the new home of our Registrar and HR staff, as well as several members of our Instructional Support Team.

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Canadian Security Training is proud to announce the release of our 2018 Training Calendar.  NEW courses have been added, including mandatory Health and Safety training, and our NEW Cambridge Skills Training Centre is officially open.  Contact us at info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca for more details.


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