Emergency Responses

Emergency Response Plan

Click here to access our comprehensive and proactive emergency response plan ensuring the safety and well-being of our college community during crises.

Fire Safety Plan

Click here to access our effective fire safety plan designed to prevent, detect, and respond to fires, ensuring the protection of lives and property within our college premises. 

Extinguishers on Campus

To view all strategically placed fire extinguishers across campus providing readily accessible means of fire suppression
to enhance the safety and response capabilities within our college premises, click here: 

First Aid Kits on Campus

To see where you can find our well-equipped first aid kits providing essential supplies and resources to address minor injuries and medical emergencies promoting the health and well-being of individuals within our college community, click here:

Fire Evacuation Procedure

Fire safety is a community concern. Everyone must participate and provide support to ensure complete evacuation of the buildings without injury to employees or students. Click here to learn more. 

Fire Wardens

We endure safety on campus with our dedicated Fire Wardens, ready to respond swiftly to any emergency: 

Building A – 121 Brunel Road

Morning – Simran Sandhu – First Floor 
Morning – Evangeline Ignacio – First Floor
Morning – Aanchal Goel – Second Floor
Morning – Jaswinder Kaur – Second Floor
Morning – Rahul Dahiya – Traffic Control

Evening – Gaurav Nayar – First Floor 
Evening – Gino Montalvo – First Floor 
Evening – Phoebe Martin – Second Floor
Evening – Ed Luijie Estoperez – Second Floor
Evening – Medwin Diogenes Visaya – Second Floor
Evening – Jose David Quintero Alvarez – Traffic Control


Building B – 111 Brunel Road

Morning – Trish Edmondson – First Floor
Morning – Simran Sandhu – First Floor 
Morning – Mary Ann Ferrer – Second Floor 
Morning – Amandeep Second Floor
Morning – Rahul Dahiya – Traffic Control

Evening – Sachin Keniya – First Floor 
Evening – Aayush Trivedi – First Floor 
Evening – Jatin Sikri – Second Floor
Evening – Gary Serrano – Second Floor
Evening – Jose David Quintero Alvarez – Traffic Control

Standard First-Aid & CPR/AED Trained Staff
NameWhere to find
Simranjeet KaurFront Desk Building A 
Lori DeangelisRoom A – 205
Manisha ModiRoom A – 206
Rushil NagleRoom A – 204
Flora WangRoom A – 100
Gaurav Sareen Room A – 100
Phoebe MartinRoom A – 207
Kirk MisquittaRoom A – 107
Rahul DahiyaRoom B – 110
Jatin SikriRoom B – 110
Mary Ann FerrerRoom B – 220
Deepanshu GulatiRoom B –218
First Aid: Reference Guide

Click here to access the guide. 

In case of injury at work

Click here to learn about the procedure to provide support to individuals, ensuring prompt response and proper care in the event of an injury within your work premises. 



WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) is a standardized system for classifying, labeling, and communicating information about hazardous materials in the workplace, promoting worker safety and effective handling of hazardous substances within our college. Click here to learn more. 

Prevention Starts Here

Prevention Starts Here: Empowering our college community through proactive measures to mitigate risks promote safety
and foster a secure environment. Click here to learn more. 

Employment Standards

Employment Standards: Employment Standards are compliance-driven and ensure fair treatment labour rights and a safe working environment for employees within our organization. Click here to know more.

Health & Safety Emergency Training

Please view this video to learn more about the emergency procedures at Queen’s College. 

Why workplace inspections take place?

Inspections are important as they allow the College to ensure that:

  • All concerns are reported investigated and promptly corrected.
  • Existing and potential health and safety hazards in the workplace are identified controlled and/or eliminated.
  • Health and safety standards and procedures are adhered to.
  • Preventive controls are established.
  • The effectiveness of controls is monitored.
Evacuation and Fire Drills

Fire drills are in the fall of each year to provide an opportunity to practice evacuation.

Everyone must follow the directives of the Evacuation Wardens to evacuate the buildings immediately. 

Evacuation Wardens are staff volunteers dressed in reflective yellow vests who assist building occupants to the nearest emergency exits and evacuation assembly areas once outside. 
Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Close the doors as you leave.
  2. Listen for instructions from the Evacuation Wardens.
  3. Help anyone who may be having difficulty walking down the stairs.
  4. Clear the way for emergency personnel.
  5. Be ready to merge with other people evacuating the building.
  6. Proceed to your assigned assembly area. 
Duties of Workers

Workers play a key role in health and safety at the workplace. Workers have various duties under the OHSA. Under the OHSA, a worker must:

  • Work in compliance with the Act and regulations [clause 28(1)(a)]
  • Use or wear any equipment, protective devices or clothing required by the employer [clause28(1)(b)]
  • Report to the employer or supervisor any known missing or defective equipment or protective device that may endanger the worker or another worker [clause 28(1)(c)]
  • Report any hazard or contravention of the Act or regulations to the employer or supervisor [clause 28(1)(d)]
  • Not remove or make ineffective any protective device required by the employer or by the regulations other than in circumstances specified below [clause 28(2)(a)]. The only circumstance in which a worker may remove a protective device is where an adequate temporary protective device is provided in its place. Once there is no longer a need to remove the required protective device or to make it ineffective, it must be replaced immediately
  • Not use or operate any equipment or work in a way that may endanger any worker [clause 28(2)(b)], and
  • Not engage in any prank, contest, feat of strength, unnecessary running, or rough and boisterous conduct [clause 28(2)(c)]. Racing powered hand trucks in a warehouse or seeing who can pick up the most boxes are examples of unlawful conduct.

Source: Guide to the Occupational Health and Safety Act
Updated: December 15 2022
Published: March 14 2017


Safety Concern Report Form

The Safety Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Form is a systematic tool for identifying potential hazards, evaluating associated risks, and implementing appropriate control measures to ensure a safe environment within our college.

Click here to access the form.

Incident Report Form

Click here to fill out and submit the Incident Report Form.

Join Heath And Safety Committee

What is it?

The JHSC is an advisory group required under s.9 of the Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA). The committee is made up of management and staff representatives who work together to identify health and safety problems and recommend solutions.

The JHSC meets every three months as per OHSA requirements. These meetings have planned agendas that are archived (including meeting minutes) with
documentation being retained by the Human Resources representative.

Management & the JHSC shall ensure that safe and healthy work conditions and procedures are maintained in their area(s) of responsibility. Managers and Directors must ensure employees that who directly report to them are provided with safe work procedures and are working safely. Employees are expected to complete all available mandatory health and safety training in accordance with OSHA and applicable legislation.

Who Are The JHSC Members?

Inquiries about Health and Safety should be directed to any of the Members of the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC). Click here to see the member list. 

Roles and Responsibilities

We recognize that the responsibilities for health and safety are shared. All employees are responsible for minimizing accidents within our premises. Moreover, safe work practices and job procedures are defined in the company’s Handbook for all employees to follow.
A safe work environment can be established and sustained only through a united effort by all employees with guidance from the JHSC and management. Every member shall practice safe work while adhering to safety policies and procedures. 

Facilities Inspection Checklist

Click here to see the Facilities Inspection Checklist.  

Policies And Procedures

Government of Ontario

The Occupational Health & Safety Act:
The legislation provides a framework for promoting and enforcing workplace health and safety standards ensuring the well-being of employees and preventing occupational hazards within our college. 

Guide to Occupational Health and Safety Act:
An informative resource outlining the rights responsibilities and requirements set forth by the Occupational Health and organizations to maintain a safe and healthy work environment within the context of our college. 

Guide for Health and Safety Committees and Representatives:
A comprehensive resource empowering committees and representatives to proactively address health and safety concerns, foster a culture of well-being, and ensure compliance with regulations within our college. 

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Phone: 905-890-7833
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