We would like to thank the following organizations for supporting the En Route to Safety program by sharing materials, knowledge, or even encouraging words. Our gratitude for caring about safer roads in Ontario!
Brantford Business Improvement Association
Brantford Fire Department
Brantford Police Services
Canadian Automobile Association
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Canadian Pro Drivers
Canadian Society of Safety Engineers
City of Cornwall
City of Kawartha Lakes
City of Kitchener
City of Niagara Falls
City of Peterborough
City of Waterloo
Corporation of the City of Brantford
Industrial Safety Trainers, Inc.
Infrastructure Health & Safety Association
Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police
Ontario Municipal Health and Safety Representatives Association
Ontario Provincial Police
Region of Waterloo
Reliance Home Comfort
Safety Results Inc.
Thunder Bay Police Services
Toronto Police Services
Town of Caledon
University of Waterloo
Waterloo Region District School Board
Waterloo Regional Police Services
Westcan Bulk Transportation
When tackling the guidebook, we knew we would need the help of industry professionals who have created, and assisted in creating, traffic safety programs and initiatives. Special thanks to these individuals who went out of their way to help, and whose words you will see throughout the guidebook:
Alan Quilley, Safety Results Ltd.
Bruce Cushing, Region of Waterloo
Chief Bryan Larkin, Waterloo Regional Police Service
Chuck Pettinger, Predictive Solutions Corporation
Dale Longstreet, City of Brantford
Dan Columbus, Westcan Bulk Transportation
Dr. Louis Francescutti, Royal Alexandria Hospital
Glen Walker, Town of Whitby
Kate Windsor, University of Waterloo
Manny Sousa, Canadian Pro Drivers
Michelle Drew, Linamar Transportation
Nadine Dunlop, County of Brant (formerly)
Randy Dignard, Industrial Safety Trainers Inc.
Slafka Faitz, Reliance Home Comfort
Staff Sergeant Michael Hinsperger, Waterloo Regional Police Service
Tommy Sauve, City of Cornwall
The employee training modules were made possible through generous donations of time and multi-media materials. We would like to thank the following people for helping to bring these modules to life.