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Waypoint: Stay Safe Be Safe

Stay safe, be safe

If mental health workers aren’t safe in their workplaces neither are their patients. We need your help to support a safe environment for workers and patients.

News

April 7, 2016
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 dan
April 7, 2016
Nurses at Ontario’s all-male maximum-security psychiatric hospital in Penetanguishene warned the Sun back in September they fear for their lives.
April 6, 2016
Toronto – Two top Ontario cabinet ministers must take the blame for a violent attack that badly injured four staff at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care in Penetanguishene, the President of the

Media

Through the shadows : Dangerous and unpredictable

Through the shadows : Dangerous and unpredictable

Radio ad: Caregivers at Waypoint need self-defence training

Through the shadows: Everyone needs to be safe

Through the shadows: Everyone needs to be safe

Radio ad: Working alone at Waypoint: maximum insecurity

Through the shadows: No one is safe

Through the shadows: No one is safe

Radio ad: Waypoint needs walk-through metal detectors on all wards

Through the shadows: Mental health workers and mental health

Through the shadows: Mental health workers and mental health

Radio ad: Waypoint needs security personnel on wards

Through the shadows

Through the shadows

Radio ad: Safer building, safer workplace

Peter Sheehan interview

More injuries at Waypoint