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Strong Safety Culture a Key to Trans Mountain’s Success

Trans Mountain places value on involving Indigenous and other communities in safety programs.

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Video: Emergency Response Exercise at Westridge Marine Terminal

On September 19, 2018, Trans Mountain held a full-scale exercise to practice spill response in Burrard Inlet with more than 300 participants/observers and 20 response agencies.

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Gold Shovel Standard Raises Bar for Ground Disturbance Around Trans Mountain Pipeline

The standard promotes safety through performance measurements, technology and universal participation in the one-call process, and is required a certification for all our workers and contractors.

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New Damage Prevention Initiatives Seek to Enhance Protection of Underground Infrastructure in Canada

We are supporting two key damage prevention initiatives that seek to promote and improve safe digging practices in Canada. Learn more about these initiatives and how you can support them.

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Being Prepared: Enhancing our Plans and Equipment for Wildfire Season

Learn about the plans and equipment we have in place and how you can play a role in keeping our pipelines and facilities safe during wildfire season.

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Preventing and Preparing for Flooding and Spring Freshet

Our pipeline Integrity Management and Emergency Management Programs are in place to manage operational concerns, including seasonal challenges that can potentially affect the pipeline.

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Canadian Spill Liability and Compensation Regimes Protect Taxpayers, Transport Canada Tells BC

“Unlimited” compensation for marine spills pending with Oceans Protection Act, Transport Canada says in response to BC government policy plan.

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Emergency Response Exercise in Jasper National Park

We recently conducted an emergency exercise to practice spill response plans for Jasper National Park, including establishing an Incident Command Post and completing a winter response deployment.

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Emergency Response Exercise: Fraser River Equipment Deployment

The exercise consisted of land-based spill response training, setup and deployment of equipment followed by an on-water deployment on the Fraser and Coquihalla Rivers.

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Protecting the Pipeline as Wildfires Advance through BC’s Interior

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Emergency Response Exercise: Burnaby Terminal

The exercise provided an opportunity to develop and enhance response skills to fire incidents with the primary focus on safety and use of proper response equipment.

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Emergency Response Exercise: Puget Sound

The exercise involved approximately 130 participants, including representatives from multiple agencies in Canada and the United States.

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Prevention and Protection: Fire-Safe Operations at Burnaby Terminal

Safety is our top priority and the cornerstone to everything we do at Trans Mountain. In more than 60 years ...

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The Right Way to Share the Right-of-Way: Maintaining the Pipeline in Urban Areas

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Integrity Digs Part of a Robust Pipeline Safety Program

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Spill Response Team Takes to the Ice for Emergency Preparedness Exercise in Edmonton

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Burnaby Integrity Dig a Key Completed: High Tech Tools and Visual Inspections are Key Components of the Integrity Program for the Trans Mountain Pipeline

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Protecting Pipeline Crossings at Watercourses - Refining the Trans Mountain Expansion Project Route and Mitigating Impacts of Construction on Watercourses

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Kinder Morgan Canada Conducts Company's Largest Emergency Exercise

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Advancing Wildfire was a Real-World Test for Kinder Morgan Canada's Trans Mountain Emergency Management Program

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