Empowerment of safety in all at-risk industries, centered around providing the most up-to-date disease prevention information and resources. Whether you’re a therapist, educator, machinist, or fitness trainer, we exist as a tool to provide education and authenticate employee compliance in the workplace.
We are an organization of medical professionals and educators providing software and resources to help navigate professional life with and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Our team is focused on providing helpful and well-researched information, verified by medical community partners.
We understand how hard many industries have been hit by COVID-19, and are here to do our part to help ensure our global recovery and revival.
Dr. Kamyab Ghatan, MD, CIC
– Infection Prevention and Control Partner
– Medical Consultant
– Former President of Infection Prevention and Control Canada (Toronto)
Dr. Carolyne Elbaz, MDCM, FRCPC
– Adult Hematology
– Thrombosis & Hemostasis Fellow
– Medical Educator specializing in knowledge translation
Dr. Saeid Chavoshi, Ph.D, C. Psych
– Clinical and School Psychologist (Supervised Practice)
– Professor at Seneca College
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is Prevention Standards Organization?
We are an organization of medical professionals and educators who have come together to develop and provide educational materials and tools about disease prevention in the wake of the COVID-19 global pandemic. While we may not represent all the at-risk industries, many of us are frontline workers and have seen how the virus has affected our lives and dramatically impacted others. Providing the knowledge and resources to increase education and authenticate employee compliance is our way of assisting others to navigate their professional lives with and after the pandemic.
What does Prevention Standards do?
We provide a framework of disease prevention education informed by medical professionals, public health agencies, colleges and associations. We authenticate educational compliance for employers, and provide individuals a way to showcase their learnings.
Where do you provide your services?
Prevention Standards is available globally. Our courses are currently only available in English and focus on North American at-risk sectors.
If you are interested in adapting our framework into different languages or regions, please contact us.
What does it mean to have a certificate from Prevention Standards?
Being awarded a certificate from Prevention Standards indicates that the individual has undergone our disease prevention compliance education and passed the corresponding online exam. Their certificate may be shared or displayed as proof of completion of the course, providing confidence to those they work with and those they service. The certificate does not in any way represent or warrant that the holder has been certified in COVID-19 protocols, rather it demonstrates that the individual understands the risks of working during and after the global pandemic. Individuals must check to ensure whether they are required to follow specific protocols depending on any varying geographical, political, industrial and commercial requirements enacted as a result of COVID-19.
What is a workplace certificate?
A workplace certificate is attained when all employees of an organization have obtained their individual certificates. As a printable certificate that’s easily displayed, it’s an excellent way to demonstrate commitment to the health and safety of those you employ and service. Employers can request a certificate, or inquire about group options, here.
Who recognizes Prevention Standards?
Prevention Standards works with leading medical experts to verify and validate the information provided. We are proud to be an independent organization with the ability to provide agile benefits to at-risk industries. We have no affiliation with any government agencies, colleges, or associations. In addition to the protocols provided in our materials, we implore all individuals to follow rules and guidance from public health agencies, as well as municipal, provincial/state, and federal government bodies.