The Ontario Safety League is registered as a

Private Career College

under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

The Ontario Safety League is a “WSIB Approved Provider”

OSL offers Public training on-site at our Mississauga location; i.e. 
ALL training from our schedule are run at our Skymark Ave. location.
 (see our Course Schedule). Courses generally run from 8.45am to 4pm

We provide customized training, consulting/auditing at your location:
Please contact John Turtle, or Tel 905-625-0556 Ext 223

OSL On-Site training @ 2595 Skymark Ave, Mississauga

Current OSL Course Schedule

Student Registration Form

*** Registration, Cancellation and No-show™ Policy.***
Registration forms should be completed in full.
50% of the total fee is payable on registration to book your place on the course
(excluding our ProActive Driving Workshop; Full payment is required with registration).
Payment of the balance in full must be made 2 weeks prior to commencement of course.
There is a $40 charge for NSF cheques.
Cancellation 2 weeks prior to start of course; a $100 admin fee per person will apply.
Cancellation 1 week prior to start of course; a $100 admin fee or 50% of full course fee (whichever is the greater) per person will apply.
NO-SHOW POLICY (all 1 day courses, except PADW):
Students must show up on time for the in-class and the in-vehicle elements of the course.
Failure to do so may exclude the student from the class or in-vehicle session.
A fee of $80+HST will be required before the student can be re-registered or booked for  another course date or another in-vehicle session.

The course schedule is designed to provide a career path for those pursuing either initial training or professional development in transportation safety and education. Courses are offered on a quarterly basis, providing the flexibility to custom fit a program to the candidat’s educational, scheduling and financial requirements.

Our programs include:

  • General Education
  • Driver Improvement
  • Fleet Safety and Management
  • Private Motor Vehicle
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle
  • Online Learning
  • Collision Investigation, Analysis, and Prevention

Questions? Need more information? Send us an e-mail at

General Education

Develops skills in communications and legislative referencing; ideal as either a foundation or as professional development in safety and training.

Driver Improvement

Prepares candidates to instruct experienced drivers by understanding vehicle and road design, human factors and advanced driving skills; a full range of vehicle specific certification programs is available.

Fleet Safety & Management

Develops knowledge in specific areas of regulatory compliance, safety and fleet management for commercial carriers.

Private Motor Vehicle

Prepares candidates to instruct novice G-class drivers and to apply to the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) for a Driver Instructor’s License. Advanced courses prepare candidates to instruct at advanced levels and in other areas of specialization.

Commercial Motor Vehicle

Prepares and certifies candidates for various critical aspects of commercial driver training, including: in-vehicle and in-class training for commercial license upgrades; air brake endorsement and adjustment training; and, qualification to apply for Signing Authority under the Ministry of Transportation’s Driver Certification Program.

Collision Investigation, Analysis, and Prevention

Deals with recognizing, recording and analyzing information both at a collision scene and collected from an incident; also examines the roles of human factors in the driving task, their effects on driver performance and developing prevention strategies.


The Ontario Safety Leagu’s programs offer those pursuing career development with several key advantages:

Comprehensive Programming

Certification and career path options for:

  • Driver Instructor qualifications
  • Fleet Driver Trainer (Signing Authority) qualifications
  • Professional development and upgrading
  • Specialized career objectives


Quarterly course scheduling gives both full-time and part-time learning opportunities.


Courses are designed to help candidates apply in-class and theoretical information to practical circumstances and operations.


A low facilitator to candidate ratio and a workshop style format create a more intimate, enriching learning environment; candidates benefit from greater individual contact with facilitators and peer to peer collaboration.

Industry Professionalism

Course developers and facilitators are highly qualified industry professionals.  They offer valuable insight based on practical experiences.

Access to Resources

Graduates of OSL courses are eligible for many benefits, including knowledge and skills updates, access to the OSL’s educational resources, and networking with other professionals in transportation, safety and training.

For additional program information, including prerequisites, required courses and sequencing, please contact an OSL course Registrar prior to enrollment.