Life Safety and Security Services
Toronto Public Health Mumps Alert
Toronto Public Health is investigating a mumps outbreak, which has mainly affected 18- to 30-years-olds who frequented bars in Toronto's west end. There are currently 62 confirmed cases of mumps in Toronto; four of the cases are related to staff or students at Toronto schools.
For more information, visit our Toronto Public Health Mumps Alert.
Toronto Health Connection: 416-338-7600
Telehealth Ontario: 1-866-797-0000
In all Emergencies Dial Extension 2020 or 416-439-4357 (HELP)
All employees, students, and users of services at Centennial College have a right to a safe working and learning environment. This right is legislated in federal and provincial laws such as the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and Ontario's Building, Fire, and Human Rights Codes. For your safety, at Centennial these rights, along with other related responsibilities, are outlined and enforced through our employee collective agreements, health, safety, security and dispute resolution policies and procedures. These policies and procedures apply to all college activities, services, and facilities. For copies of these policies, please visit our College Policies page.
Along with these rights, come responsibilities. These responsibilities include but are not limited to obeying the general laws of the land, treating the College and all members of the college community with respect and honesty. This also includes cooperating with college officials such as security, lab monitors and professors, and when requested, providing proper identification.
The role of the Centennial College Life Safety and Security Services is to ensure that your stay on campus is as safe and trouble-free as possible. Our department will strive to establish itself as a leader in security services and emergency preparedness through community-oriented crime prevention and strategic partnerships with internal and external stakeholders.