Penetanguishene – Three workers have been injured in a violent incident at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care. The workers were attacked by a patient in an area of the building that houses people who are found unfit to stand trial, or found not criminally responsible for violent crimes.
Waypoint Centre For Mental Health Care
Penetanguishene – The union local at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health is outraged over a series of Ministry of Labour (MoL) orders issued yesterday in the wake of a violent attack that injured four staff April 5.
Staff at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care are sounding alarm bells about safety, saying they regularly face danger in their jobs and management has not done much to help.
Charges have been laid following an assault at Waypoint Mental Health Centre in Penetanguishene last week.
There are clearly huge safety and security problems at the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care in Penetanguishene, particularly in its $474-million Atrium building, which has housed the most dangerous patients since it opened in May, 2014.