Fatality Notice: IHSA has learned of a construction-related fatality in Sudbury involving a construction worker securing a transport trailer load. One workplace fatality is one too many, regardless of the sector, industry, or occupation. Please take a moment to think about those who have died or been injured on the job and re-establish a commitment to the prevention of injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.

Fleet Safety Council

The Fleet Safety Council is an association of driver trainers and safety professionals working to promote safety within the transportation, transport, bus, and coach industries.

The Council encourages the improvement of driver behavior through increased awareness and training. Working with Government agencies and private organizations, the Council strives for a uniform system of safety requirements for drivers in Ontario.

For more information, view the Fleet Safety Council brochure.

Online Meeting Minutes

To access the minutes and agendas, click on the link below. This area of the website is password-protected, so you must be a member of a Fleet Safety Council to access the documents. Fleet Safety Council Member Sign in.


The Fleet Safety Council is open to all individuals concerned with promoting safety within the transportation industry. Over 660 members form several chapters in Ontario.

Current members include:

  • Driver Trainers
  • Directors of Safety
  • Labour Safety Personnel
  • Individuals concerned with occupational health and safety
  • Insurance Companies
  • Government Agencies

Members must be employed in the motor vehicle transportation industry as a safety supervisor, driver trainer, driver supervisor or associated with any government sponsored agency including insurance companies.

Chapters have representation from local, regional and OPP police forces as well as from the Ministry of Transportation, and other federal and provincial agencies.

If you want more input into the way safety is handled within the transportation industry, join us on the Fleet Safety Council. To register as an active member in the Council, download the application form.


Chapter meetings are held monthly from September to June. Members have the opportunity to learn more about safety within the transportation industry by sharing ideas and information with other companies and individuals.

Meeting Schedule (All Chapters)

An updated copy of the constitution is also available online to members with a username and password.

Private Fuel Outlet (PFO) Regulations

Did you know that the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) regulates private fuel outlets (PFOs) under the Ontario Regulation 217/01? To find out more, visit the TSSA - Private Fuel Outlets (PFOs) page.

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