Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care at Penetanguishene has responded to an ad campaign launched on behalf of workers there about conditions at the facility; about violent attacks by patients against staff, and security in general. “I’ve been punched so hard I was knocked unconscious and suffered a brain bleed,” says one worker from Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care. “I’ve seen a patient throw boiling water on a co-worker’s face,” says another. Waypoint officials agree that safety is paramount for all concerned, adding they are working through a list of issues brought to the attention of the Ministry of Labour to determine what safety measures are in place and what could be enhanced. A release from Waypoint notes, “We are constantly monitoring workplace incidents and have experienced a year over year downward trend in lost time injury frequency (rate of injuries per 100 full time staff) and it is…comparable to the provincial health care rate group.