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Mainline Maintenance: Two Projects in 36 Hours

During the shutdown window our crews and contractors work around the clock and in a variety of locations, to get the work done. We sat down with Dan Bonner, Operations Engineer, to learn more.

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Wildfire Fighting Training and Collaboration

​Surerus Murphy Joint Venture (SMJV), one of the contractors working on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, has been working closely with Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian Band (WP/CIB) since 2018.

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Safe Digging: 811 Day in Washington State

Every year on August 11 the United States recognizes 811 Day to promote safe digging.

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Wildlife Safety: Be Bear Aware

While we’re out enjoying all the sunshine and balmy weather, it’s easy to forget about another neighbour that’s out of hibernation too—bears.

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Meet Michael Coulter: Lead Health and Safety Inspector

We recently connected with Michael Coulter, a health and safety professional on our Jasper Reactivation, to learn about his diverse work experience and personal motivations to work safely.

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Photos: Trans Mountain Operations COVID-19 Measures

We have implemented a wide range of COVID-19 safety protocols throughout our operations, from our offices and control centres to our facilities and maintenance work in the field.

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Photos: COVID-19 Measures on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Trans Mountain is making every effort to ensure we can continue to do our work safely and responsibly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Talking Safety with our Lower Mainland Construction Contractor

We spoke to our Lower Mainland contractor, KLTP, to learn more about their safety culture and key safety initiatives.

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Brake Check: Vehicle Safety at our Terminals

Trans Mountain ensures every truck entering our terminals is following safety and traffic management principles in order to keep our sites and the communities where we work safe.

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Burnaby Terminal Designed and Operated to Industry Best Practices

Our facilities are designed and operated to industry best practices and meet the most stringent fire safety standards, many of which exceed regulatory requirements.

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Trans Mountain Conducts Full-Scale Emergency Response Exercise in Valemount

The exercise included a fully-staffed Incident Command Post, as well as land- and water-based equipment deployment on Kinbasket Lake.

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811 Day: Talking Safe Digging in Washington State with Todd Pleadwell and Dave Honrud

811 Day is recognized annually in the United States on August 11 to promote safe digging.

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Practicing Emergency Response Plans on the Fraser River

The drill included both land and water-based training, including the deployment of spill response resources on the Fraser River.

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What You Need to Know in the Event of an Emergency

Find out how to identify a potential pipeline emergency and what you need to do.

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Wildfires and the Trans Mountain Pipeline: What You Need to Know

Built-in safety measures help protect Trans Mountain assets from wildfires, just as they can help protect homes in wildfire-prone areas.

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Emergency Training Ensures Readiness for Fire Events

One- and two-day training exercises in BC focus on quick and effective response to potential terminal fire and wildfire events.

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Burnaby Terminal: Designed and Operated to Meet Stringent Safety Standards

Our pipeline and facilities are prepared for all kinds of natural hazards that could pose a concern to our operations like earthquakes, seasonal flooding or wildfires.

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National Day of Mourning

April 28 is officially recognized as the National Day of Mourning, dedicated to remembering workers who have suffered a workplace illness, been injured or lost their lives while performing their job.

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DIRT Report Shows One Call Services Can Prevent Underground Damage

In the overwhelming majority of incidents where BC underground infrastructure was damaged, no request was made to BC One Call before work commenced.

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Ice Practice: Emergency Response in Winter Conditions

Last week, our Emergency Response Team conducted an on-ice emergency exercise on Lac Des Roches, BC near 100 Mile House.

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