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Canada Safety Council
Contact:
Ethel Archard
1020 Thomas Spratt Place
Ottawa, ON
K1G 5L5

Phone: 613-739-1535 ext. 228
Fax: 613-739-1566
Email: csc@safety-council.org
Website: www.safety-council.org

Hours of Operation: Normal Business Hours
Fee for Service: Course materials may be purchased

  • Council has national public awareness campaigns concerning Farm Safety, Summer Safety, Road Safety, School Safety, Community Safety and Crime Prevention, Senior's Safety, Home Fire Safety and Safe Driving
  • Provide babysitter training and driver improvement and specialty vehicle courses
  • Provide a quarterly publication by subscription called Living Safety, a family safety magazine. Also provides a member newsletter called Safety Canada, which covers current safety issues and new council initiatives
Health Canada, Injury Section, Health Surveillance and Epidemiology Division

Contact:
Tammy Lipskie, Senior Analyst
Bldg 19, Tunney's Pasture, PL070LD
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0L2

Phone: 613-952-2216
Fax: 613-941-9927
Email: tlipskie@hc-sc.g.ca
Website: www.hc-sc.gc.ca/index_e.html

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Fee for Service: No charge

  • Provides data and information regarding injuries, manage the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program (CHIRPP) - an emergency department based injury surveillance system.

Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC)

Contact:
Shalini Alleluia, Committee Co-ordinator,
Office of the Clerk, City of Mississauga
300 City Centre Dr.
Mississauga, ON
L5B 3C1

Phone: 905-896-5471
Email: shalini.alleulia@city.mississauga.on.ca
Website: www.mississauga.on.ca

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Fee for Service: No charge

  • Committee was formed in 1994. It is comprised of representatives from the nine wards plus two Ward Councillors and city staff from the Community Services, Transportation and Works and the Planning and Building Department
  • The committee's mandate is to increase the quality, quantity and safety of cycling in Mississauga
Ontario Provincial Police/ Caledon Detachment
Contact:
Sgt. R. (Bob) Paterson #7925
6211 Old Church Rd.
Caledon East, ON
L0N 1E0

Phone: 905-584-2241

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Administration), Emergency 24 hoursFee for Service: No charge

  • Personal safety, sexual assault prevention for children
  • Internet safety for children (in-school program)
  • Child car seat safety (static display and in-car clinics)
  • 911 simulator
  • Emergency response training for children
  • Bicycle safety for children

Ontario Safety League
Contact:
Natalie Myre
5045 Orbitor Dr., Bldg. 11, Ste. 100
Mississauga, ON
L4W 4Y4

Phone: 905-625-0556
Fax: 905-625-0677
Email: nmyre@osl.org
Website: www.osl.org

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fee for Service: No charge

  • Elmer the elephant materials and appearances, children 4-8
  • Operation Lifesaver materials, grades 4-8
  • Babysitting course, children 12 and over
  • Free video lending library for any Ontario organization
Peel Children's Safety Village

Contact:
Christie Hallet
7605 Kennedy Rd. S.
Brampton, ON
L6W 4T2

Phone: 905-453-3311 ext. 4071
Fax: 905-454-1148
Email: admin@peelsafetyvillage.on.ca
Website: www.peelsafetyvillage.on.ca

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Fee for Service: No charge

  • Educational centre designed to teach safety issues to students in grades 1, 3 and 5
  • Board of Education books sessions for students to visit the village throughout the school year
Peel Health - Injury Prevention Team - Bicycling Safety
Contact:
Peel Public Health
44 Peel Centre Dr., Ste. 102
Brampton, ON
L6T 4B5

Phone: 905-799-7700
Fax: 905-796-0764
Website: www.peelregion.ca

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fee for Service: No charge

  • Offers consultation and/or presentation for key informants in the community regarding bicycle safety. Resource packages available for grade 4 teachers to augment the curriculum
  Region of Peel - Peel Public Health

Contact:
44 Peel Centre Dr., Ste. 102
Brampton, ON
L6T 4B5

Phone: 905-799-7700
Email: info@peelregion.ca
Website: www.peelregion.ca

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fee for Service: No charge

  • Offers consultation and/or presentation for key informants in the community regarding bicycle safety
  • Resource package also available for grade 4 teachers to augment the curriculum
Cycling Ambassadors, City of Toronto
Contact:
Sean Wheldrake
850 Coxwell Ave., 1st Fl.
Toronto, ON
M4C 2R1

Phone: 416-392-1143
Fax: 416-392-0071
Email: swhedra@toronto.ca
Website: www.city.toronto.ca/cycling

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Flexible due to events
Fee for Service: No charge to Toronto public

  • A City of Toronto initiative providing safety information and raising awareness for all road and trail users
  • Ambassadors host special events and distribute safety information to promote responsible behaviour on the roads and trails, and encourage people to learn about bike safety
  • Program events include: safety talks, school presentations, Kid's Can-Bike festivals, helmet fitting, bicycle safety checks, interactive public displays, distribution of safety information, maps and materials, lunch time seminars, special program events such as S.P.A.C.E., Large Truck Safety, O.A.S.I.S. and Trail Maintenance, and smog awareness
Safe Kids Canada

Contact:
Dee Diaz
180 Dundas St. W., Ste. 2105
Toronto, ON
M5G 1Z8

Phone: 1-888-SAFE TIPS or 416-813-6766
Fax: 416-813-4986
Email: safekids.web@sickkids.ca
Website: www.safekidscanada.ca

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Fee for Service: No charge

  • National injury prevention program of the Hospital for Sick Children
  • Activities focus on raising awareness about injury prevention for children, educating people on how to prevent child injuries and advocating safer environments for children
  • Provide information to parents by telephone and through the Website as well as through public awareness campaigns and media stories
  • Provide information to the people who deal with parents and children directly - doctors, teachers, public health nurses - to make sure that parents can obtain safety tips in their community
Sport Alliance of Ontario
Contact:
Heather Stephens
1185 Eglinton Ave. E., Ste. 201
North York, ON
M3C 3C6

Phone: 416-426-7314 or 1-888-843-6772
Fax: 416-426-7353
Email: hstephens@sportalliance.com
Website: www.sportalliance.com

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fee for Service: $130 (includes first aid kit and manuals)

  • Sport first aid kit
  • Sport First Aid is an 18 hour practical, hands on workshop aimed at educating community sport volunteers in the prevention, recognition, treatment and response to injuries in sports
  • Certification is valid for three years (Red Cross standard first aid and CPR) and meets WSIB standards
  • Target audience includes community coaches, team managers, trainers, athletes, teachers and parents
State Farm Insurance
Contact:
Sharon Schaab, Community Relations
100 Consilium Place, Ste. 102
Scarborough, ON
M1H 3G9

Phone: 416-290-2680
Fax: 416-290-4651
Email: sharon.schaab.gx7c@statefarm.com
Website: www.statefarm.com

Hours of Operation: Varies by department. Volunteers available outside standard business hours
Fee for Service: No charge

  • Provides free instructional materials to educators and community groups
  • Several community programs that can be presented by a State Farm associate, including the signature Bike Rodeo program and 911 Simulator program
Trauma Prevention Council
Contact:
Leslie Cicero
Rm. 435, East Wing, 237 Barton St. E.
Hamilton, ON
L8L 2X2

Phone: 905-528-7149 or 1-866-860-2226
Fax: 905-577-9966
Email: traprev@skylinc.net
Website: www.traumaprevention.on.ca

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fee for Service: No charge

  • Facilitates the development of injury prevention programs and projects
  • Focus is on community development including partnership building and networking
  • Programs relate to all age groups and include pedestrian, vehicle, bicycle safety, playspace safety, falls in the older persons and elder abuse
   

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Revised: December 16, 2011

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