Safety and security
From mandatory training to weather impacts, the Safety Stop has everything you need to know about keeping safe at Pearson. Review the shift briefings to ensure you're prepared.
Eye on Safety AwardsThe Eye on Safety Awards acknowledge and celebrate a culture of safety and security at Pearson Airport. Employees can nominate individuals or organizations for one of three tiers of awards.
Our safety and security policies
Toronto Pearson's safety and security policies
Toronto Pearson Safety ProgramAirport employees share responsibility for the safety and security of each person at the airport. We aim to keep the airport free of accidents and hazards and to operate in a safe manner.
Airport Safety Week
Airport Safety Week is an opportunity to promote healthy and safe work practices among all Toronto Pearson workers. Our goal for this week is to educate and engage all airport workers in creating a safe work environment.
It’s North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week! To celebrate, from May 1 to May 5, 2023, we’re sharing information to keep our airport, passengers, and employees safe while at work.
Reporting a safety concernWhen it comes to air travel, you can never be too safe or too secure. If you see something that should be addressed, report your safety concern.
Eye on Safety
Promote a culture of safety and security at Pearson Airport. Read current and past issues of Eye on Safety, the Toronto Pearson Safety Program's newsletter for Pearson Airport employees.