NEWS RELEASE | July 02, 2011 | Toronto, ON, Canada
ORCHANGO, a firm with world-class expertise in change management that specializes in helping organizations adapt to change, is pleased to announce a 3-year contract to build change management capabilities at the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA).
“This is a very exciting engagement”, commented ORCHANGO president Edmond Mellina. “Our mandate with TSSA is three-fold: 1) support the execution of strategic change; 2) build world-class change capabilities; and 3) adapt the organizational culture. In addition to guiding TSSA’s leaders and project teams as they implement critical change, we will deliver our action-learning programs on change management throughout TSSA. We are really looking forward to working with TSSA over the next three years.”
ABOUT the Technical and Safety Standards Authority
The Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) is an innovative, not-for-profit, organization dedicated to enhancing public safety. Throughout Ontario, TSSA regulates the safety of amusement devices, boilers and pressure vessels, elevating devices, fuels, operating engineers, ski lifts, and upholstered and stuffed articles. Its range of safety services include public education and consumer information, certification, licensing and registration, engineering design review, inspections, investigations, safety management consultation, and enforcement and prosecution activities. The organization’s vision is to be a valued advocate and recognized authority in public safety. ww.tssa.org
Our specialty is to help organizations adapt to change. We provide world-class expertise in change management. We serve the diverse needs of our clients through three lines of business: Learning; Consulting; and Speaking. Our unique toolkit includes: STEP UP!™, a learning game of change management; and CHECK UP!™, a special survey to help our clients drive organizational change and measure their change capabilities. www.orchango.com
Edmond Mellina | [email protected] | +1-416-607-6474