Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) has come a long way since our inception in 2010, when the Industrial Accident Prevention Association, Ontario Service Safety Alliance and Farm Safety Association merged to form Ontario's largest health and safety association. Today, we serve 167,000 member firms and 4.1 million workers in the province’s manufacturing, agricultural and service sectors.
- We are united in our shared purpose.
- Relationships are essential to us.
- We act with integrity.
- We strive to be future-focused.
Our Safety Policy
WSPS' vision of ensuring every worker remains healthy and safe, every day, is a commitment not only to our customers, but to our staff as well. We are committed to a process of continual improvement of our Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS), which should exemplify high standards of excellence to our employees, volunteers, and customers.
WSPS endeavors to ensure that our OHSMS creates a culture of trust and respect in order to positively impact physical and mental employee well-being, and to achieve organizational excellence. This commitment has been outlined within our Health, Safety, Wellness, and Violence & Harassment Policy.
Our Quality Policy
WSPS is committed to achieving the highest standards, through continual improvement, in providing programs, products, and services that:
- Meet customer and obligatory requirements, and serve the needs of our stakeholders,
- Are effective for the prevention of injury and illness, and
- Provide value in terms of the services delivered and outcomes achieved for the costs incurred.
To achieve these goals, a comprehensive Quality Management System has been established enabling WSPS to meet all ISO 9001 requirements. The management system approach will facilitate the achievement of WSPS' quality goals and objectives as outlined in WSPS’ Strategic and Business Plans.
WSPS: Complete Health & Safety Solutions