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Ontario Public Health Association
The mission of the Ontario Public Health Association is to provide leadership on issues affecting the public's health and to strengthen the impact by people who are active in public and community health throughout Ontario. This mission is achieved by providing educational opportunities and up-to-date information about community and public health, access to local, provincial and multidisciplinary community health networks, mechanisms to seek and discuss issues and views of members, issue identification and advocacy with a province-wide perspective, and expertise and consultation in public and community health.
The School of Occupational and Public Health (SOPHe) is a demonstrated leader in injury- and disease-prevention education. The school is committed to excellence in teaching, relevance of curriculum, research and service to the community. Ryerson graduates are successful and influential industry leaders committed to protecting the health of people and their communities by anticipating and preventing disease and injury due to biological, physical, chemical or other hazards.
Concordia University College of Alberta
Concordia University College of Alberta is one of only five institutions in Canada offering an educational program fully accredited by the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors. Our 60-credit after-degree program offers an intensive, career-focused schedule aimed to provide an alternative to students with comprehensive academic backgrounds who wish to engage quickly into the field of Environmental Public Health.
Ministry of Health Promotion
The vision of Ontario's Ministry of Health Promotion is to enable Ontarians to lead healthy, active lives and make the province a healthy, prosperous place in which to live, work, play, learn and visit. The ministry sees that its fundamental goals are to promote and encourage Ontarians to make healthier choices at all ages and stages of life, to create healthy and supportive environments, lead the development of healthy public policy, and assist with embedding behaviours that promote health. The ministry’s mission is to:
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Ontario's Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is changing its focus and embracing a new direction. As staff continue to work towards better health care for Ontarians, stewardship will become the ministry's mission and mandate. This new stewardship role will mean that the ministry will provide overall direction and leadership for the system, focusing on planning and on guiding resources to bring value to the health system. The ministry will be less involved when it comes to the actual delivery of health care, and more involved in:
Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion
Ontario's Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion (OAHPP), called for by many experts following the SARS outbreak, will serve as a hub, linking researchers, practitioners and front-line health-care workers to the best scientific intelligence from around the world. It will provide specialized scientific and technical advice and on-the-ground support to front-line health-care workers, public health units and government. It will also serve as a model for bridging the two solitudes of infection control and worker safety. Modelled on successful centres in Europe, British Columbia and Quebec, the OAHPP will bring academic, clinical, public health and government experts together to focus on the areas of infectious disease, infection control and prevention, health promotion, chronic disease and injury prevention and environmental health.
The Stanier Institute is concerned with progress in public health sciences. The institute is managed as a non-profit activity and is recognized by letters patent as a Canadian education and research organization. Its main interest is in linking hygiene to health through advanced education and research projects. Roger Stanier was a profound scholar with a wide view of the biological sciences. The depth and breadth of his studies excited research colleagues and his ideas shaped modern biology. The quality of his thinking was impressive and his work exerted an immense and enduring influence.
Association of Supervisors of Public Health Inspectors of Ontario
The Association of Supervisors of Public Health Inspectors of Ontario is an association comprised of directors, managers and supervisors from Ontario’s 36 local health units responsible for protecting and improving public health through the management and delivery of public health inspection programs.
Canadian Research Institute for Food Safety
CRIFS is dedicated to the generation of new knowledge through basic and applied research, to the training of scientists and to providing information and expertise applicable to all sectors of the food industry. Its goal is to improve safety and quality by providing sound scientific information, research and development, food safety alerts and technology. CRIFS is a co-sponsor of the Guelph Food Safety Seminar Series.
Ontario Interagency Council on Food Safety
The OICFS goal is food safety excellence in Ontario. Member agencies of the Ontario Interagency Council on Food Safety (OICFS) share responsibility for ensuring a safe food supply, thereby protecting and improving public health. The council provides a means of information-sharing and co-ordination of government partners. These initiatives are in keeping with co-ordinating government food safety programming, while respecting the jurisdictional authority of member agencies.
National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health
The NCCEH is one of six centres created to foster linkages within the public health community. The centres are funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada through the National Collaborating Centres for Public Health program. Located at the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) in Vancouver, the NCCEH's focus is on the health risks associated with the physical environment and evidence-based interventions to reduce those risks. Working with environmental health practitioners, policy-makers and researchers, the NCCEH identifies priority issues, collects information and produces relevant documents and directories that can be used in practice and policy.
Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment
(CPCHE) is a multi-sectoral collaboration of twelve organizations with expertise in issues related to children, health, public health and the environment. CPCHE partners have been working together since 2001 to protect children's health from environmental pollutants and toxic chemicals by moving children's environmental health issues into the minds of decision-makers, service-provider organizations, individual practitioners, parents and the public.
Walkerton Clean Water Centre
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre is a world-class institute dedicated to ensuring that training and education about drinking water quality is available and accessible to owners and operators of Ontario's drinking water systems, especially to those serving small and remote communities.
Environmental Health Foundation of Canada
The Environmental Health Foundation of Canada (EHFC) is a national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing environmental health in Canada and internationally, through the development and implementation of education and research initiatives. We are a registered not-for-profit charitable organization.
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HealthSpace Informatics was founded in 1998 to develop information and communication management systems for federal, provincial, state and municipal governments. Over the last 12 years, the company has successfully developed web-based applications for large and small organizations that enable the collection of fiscal information, inspection data and approval processes to facilitate automated issuance of permits, fee collection and regulatory management.
TrainCan, Inc.® is a full service company designed to work with you to make your Foodservice/Hospitality establishment or Retail/Grocery establishment safe from hazards that lead to food borne illness.
Pinchin can help you to balance your business goals with an understanding of both natural and built environments. That means investigating what could be under the soil at a potential building site, or what’s inside the walls of your office complex — and what that could mean to your bottom line. It’s helping you know that the people in your organization work in a safe, healthy space, and that you are compliant with often complex environmental, health and safety standards and laws.
The Lowry School
The Lowry School of Pool and Spa Chemistry offers the most definitive courses on pool & spa water chemistry in the industry. Students attending Level I will gain a comprehensive, working knowledge of practical water chemistry, regardless of previous experience. Municipal, hotel/motel, YMCA / YWCA / YHCA, Health Inspectors and campground pool operators will find this course invaluable. Level II takes the fundamentals taught in Level I and applies them to a wide variety of pool problems.
Cameron Instruments Inc.
TRUST CAMERON INSTRUMENTS to provide you with top quality products, support and service for pressure, temperature, flow, calibration measurement and test instruments. We work with you to find the ideal solution for your measurement needs.
Hedgerow Software Ltd.
Hedgerow Software is the new name for DecadeSoftware, a leading solutions provider for environmental regulation and protection, with its renowned Hedgehog software system.
Guelph Food Technology Centre
GFTC is a global leader in food safety, training, quality and technical solutions. We offer the most up-to-date knowledge to leading companies in the food and beverage industry. If your food business has a need, we can meet it.
Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors and a range of public health stakeholders at the national, provincial and community levels are working together to achieve common goals. As partners, we are better able to advance individual positions while strengthening public health as a whole.
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To inquire about becoming a partner or corporate sponsor, contact:
Cathy Egan, CIPHI Ontario Partnership and Liaison
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