With the ever-growing concerns surrounding the COVID-19 (“coronavirus”) outbreak, we want to provide you all with an important update on the Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. efforts and commitment regarding your safety in these difficult times. The health, safety and well-being of our employees, clients, contractors, is top priority here at Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. We are following the advice of all public health authorities at this crucial time. Rest assured we are taking all appropriate and necessary steps to ensure that our patrons and staff are safe have trained our staff site specific protocols regarding your safety and cleanliness of our facilities. We also ask that you do not visit our offices if you: Are experiencing any of the following symptoms (mild or severe): Fever or Cough, Difficulty breathing/shortness of breath. If you have travelled to any area with an ongoing spread of COVID-19 If you live with someone who recently travelled to an area with an ongoing spread of COVID-19 If you have been in contact with someone known to have COVID-19 or experiencing symptoms similar to the Flu or COVID-19 For visitors we ask that you kindly adhere to our hygiene policy such as follows, Applying sanitizing hand cleaner prior to signing in at our facility. Washing your hands for 20 seconds after using the restroom. Cover your sneeze or cough into your arm, sleeve or elbow. Consider a wave or elbow bump with other patrons and staff. Contact your health care professional or local public authority and tell them your symptoms. They will advise you on what to do next. Once again, we will continue to monitor this situation closely and will provide ongoing updates as needed. We also encourage our clients and staff to stay up to date through Canada’s Public Health website. www.Canada.ca Online Training In the event that you are unable to visit our office we also have our online training platform available to you. Click the link below for hundreds of workplace training courses available to you in the comfort of your own home. https://training.paramountsafetyconsulting.com/store/paramount-safety-consulting-inc-store/home As a result of the current situation with COVID-19 in order to ensure that our staff and valued clients are safe, Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. will postpone all scheduled, community-based training courses until further notice. As of April 6, 2020 and/or as directed by Health officials in this critical time, we will keep your seats as scheduled and proceed once we are given the go ahead by our officials. Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. is committed to the Health and Safety of all our employees, clients, families, and friends. We take this action very seriously to prevent the further outbreak. This is a collaborative effort to do our part in the drive to prevent the virus from spreading. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and contact affected course registrants in the coming days/weeks to provide an updated schedule of training. If you have any questions or concerns please email us at ben @paramountsafetyconsulting.com If you have any questions and/or concerns please feel free to contact us at Toll Free: 1-833-274-PSCI (7724) or 905-661-SAFE (7233) Ext. 3 to reach our office. If there is an emergency, please contact our Director of Health and Safety Mr. Ben Scipione at 289-527-3197. Please be safe and be kind to one and all. Best Regards Ben Scipione, President | Director of Health & Safety Paramount Safety Consulting Inc.
Labour day was created to acknowledge and pay tribute to all workers what they have done to make our country prosperous and strong. The first labour day parade was in New York City September 5, 1892. With many cities and countries making this a tradition for years to come. It was in 1894 the congress passed a law making the first Monday of September a legal holiday. Celebrating with the family on this Labour day ,in Ontario brings with it a certain sense of achievement, pride, determination and fulfilment. The history of labour day and how it came about is quite an interesting story and we have Mr. Peter J McGuire to thank.
Employees experiencing domestic or sexual violence have the right to take up to 17 weeks off work without the fear of losing their jobs. Learn more about this new law, starting Jan. 1.2018 by contacting us at 905-661-7233