Pearson safety divisions
Key divisions work on site to identify and mitigate security risks, threats and vulnerabilities:
These divisions perform important safety functions, like emergency response, training and certification and airport inspections.
Read our Safety and Security Policy (PDF, 78 KB).
Reporting a safety concern
You can keep Toronto Pearson safe. Here’s how you can report emergencies, security concerns and proactively prevent injuries. For general inquiries about the Toronto Pearson Safety Program or to get in touch with the Safety Team directly, please e-mail email@example.com.
Including potential injury, suspicious persons, vandalism and life threatening situations.
Do not call 911.
Proactive concerns, and employee injury, illness or near-misses
Scan this code (or fill out the Reporting Form) to report proactive safety concerns, like wet or icy floors, dangling wires, or unsafe behaviours.
NOTE: This reporting form is monitored Monday to Friday during regular business hours. If you have an emergency, always call 416-776-3033.
Urgent, but non-emergency
Call for urgent non-emergency situations like spills, leaks, or maintenance issues.
Call for security concerns like unattended items, or gates or doors not closing/securing.
What happens when you report a safety concern?
When a safety concern is report, we start a 7-step process to assess and address the issue:
- First response – Thank you for reporting!
- Risk analysis – How serious is this event?
- Investigation – What happened?
- Root cause analysis – Why did this happen?
- Corrective action – How are we going to fix this?
- Audit – Did we fix the issue?
- Feedback – All safe! Thank you for reporting.
On your flight
To share feedback on an in-flight experience, contact your airline.
If you have a comment or question about pre-board screening, checked baggage inspection or packing recommendations, contact CATSA.
Have a compliment, concern or question? Contact customer service.