Penetanguishene – Walk-through metal detectors should be installed at all program areas and wards at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, says the union representing its employees. The Ontario Public Service Employees Union says this measure would improve safety for workers and could save lives. “We've seen patients take apart their rooms and use building materials like corner bead and even towel racks to make all kinds of weapons,” said OPSEU Local 329 president Pete Sheehan. Click here for the full article in The Barrie Examiner.
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