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Sean O'Toole

Public Health Officer

Nova Scotia Works Centre

HQ Phone:  (902) 424-5168

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Email: s***@***.ca

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Nova Scotia Works Centre

2021 Brunswick Street Suite 402

Halifax, Nova Scotia,B3J 2S9

Canada

Company Description

We provide workplace injury insurance to workplaces in Nova Scotia. We work with employers in Nova Scotia to help prevent workplace injuries and to establish strong return to work programs in the event of workplace injury. When a workplace injury occurs, we su...more

Background Information

Employment History

ERT and PDAT Team Leader

American Red Cross


ERT and PDAT Team Leader

Canadian Red Cross


Food Safety Specialist

Government of Nova Scotia


Affiliations

Food Protection Division Enforcement Committee

Member


Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors

Member


Northern NS

Representative


Web References(8 Total References)


Branch Contacts

www.ciphi.pe.ca [cached]

Branch President: Sean O'Toole (otoolesc@gov.ns.ca)
Sean has worked as a Food Safety Specialist with the Province of Nova Scotia for the last 8 years, doing routine food safety, long term care and child care inspections. He has been a member of the institute since 1999 and a member of the NS/PEI Branch Executive for the last 6 years and currently the President-Elect. He is also member of the Food Protection Division enforcement committee and co-authored the division's Emergency Operation Manual. He has also been involved in the Canadian Red Cross as a disaster management volunteer in the roles of Emergency Response Team Leader for the last 7 years. Sean has also been involved in assisting clients through numerous personal disasters, apartment fires and a deployment to the Northern Alberta Fires. Over those years of Red Cross experience and as an EPH professional, he now looks through situations not just through a public health lens as we all do but a humanitarian lens.


CIPHI: Branch Contacts (NS & PEI Branch)

www.ciphi.ns.ca [cached]

President-Elect: Sean O'Toole ( otoolesc@gov.ns.ca)


CIPHI: Branch Contacts (NS & PEI Branch)

www.ciphi.pe.ca [cached]

Northern NS Representative: Sean O'Toole ( otoolesc@gov.ns.ca)


CIPHI NS PEI

www.ciphi.pe.ca [cached]

Please submit a letter of application outlining your qualifications to Sean O'Toole, NS/PEI Branch President, 360 Prince St., Suite 32, Sydney, NS B1P 5L1, fax: 902-563-3435 or email: sean.otoole@novascotia.ca , by October, 1 2015.
Sean O'Toole President


CIPHI » National Executive Council

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Sean O'Toole, CPHI(C)
Sean has worked as a Food Safety Specialist with the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture for the last 9 years, doing routine food safety, long term care and child care inspections. He has been a member of the institute since 1999 and a member of the NS/PEI Branch Executive for the last 8 years and previously served as the President-Elect. He is also member of the Food Protection Division Enforcement Committee and co-authored the division's Emergency Operation Manual. He has also been involved in the Canadian Red Cross as a disaster management volunteer in the roles of Emergency Response Team Leader for the last 8 years. Sean has also been involved in assisting clients through numerous personal disasters, apartment fires and a deployment to the Northern Alberta Fires. Over those years of Red Cross experience and as an EPH professional, he now looks through situations not just through a public health lens but a humanitarian lens as well.


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