Emergency Management Program Consultant, Toronto Hydro
Benjamin Pantin has an impressive work experience. The breath of his experience spans municipal, provincial and private sector industries all within the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario, Canada. Ben has worked for the City of Brampton, Hydro One Brampton and the Ministry of the Attorney General in the field of emergency management, business continuity and organizational resilience. Currently, he is an Emergency Management Program Consultant for Toronto Hydro, responsible for creating, developing and implementing the organization’s business continuity plan.
A graduate of York University, Benjamin received a MA in Disaster and Emergency Management in 2010 and his undergraduate degree in history and a professional certificate in Disaster and Emergency Management in 2008. During his time at York University and the City of Brampton, he also had the opportunity to present at the World Conference on Disaster Management with Alain Normand in 2009.
Beyond his work experience, Benjamin volunteers regularly. In 2008, he consulted on Business Continuity Practices for USAID, has given guest lectures at York University and is a mentor for the City of Brampton’s Business Emergency Network which pairs aspiring emergency managers with working professionals. Most recently, in 2011, he is helping the Green Party of Ontario with strategic planning and policy development.
Benjamin now resides in Toronto, Canada where he pursues his passion for sports, music and increasing the disaster resilience of vulnerable populations.