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How to be Avalanche Ready for Work and Play

To ensure the safety of our workers, infrastructure and communities in avalanche country, Trans Mountain monitors and patrols our right-of-way in all seasons and updates our Emergency Response Plans.


Summer Recap: Emergency Response Exercises

Throughout the year, Trans Mountain conducts emergency response exercises to ensure our employees and contractors are well prepared in the rare event of an incident.


Spring 2022 Emergency Response Exercises

Throughout the year, Trans Mountain conducts emergency response exercises and training opportunities as part of our emergency response program. This spring, we conducted 3 spill response exercises.


Preparing for Wildfire Season

While the risk of wildfires is currently low, as temperatures rise so does the risk of wildfires. We actively monitor potential impacts to the pipeline system during wildfire season.


Trans Mountain Conducts Emergency Deployment Exercise in Clearwater, BC

Conducting emergency exercises and practicing the implementation of response plans are part of Trans Mountain’s ongoing commitment to safety and emergency preparedness.


Be Ready for Anything: Emergency Preparedness Week 2022

Emergency Preparedness Week is an annual campaign taking place this year from May 1 – 7, 2022.


Trans Mountain Conducts Spill Deployment Exercise in Kamloops, BC

Trans Mountain ensures our employees receive the training necessary to protect themselves, the public, local communities and the environment during an incident.


Ian Anderson: The Story You Haven’t Heard

The story very few people know, but one I think is important to share, is the work that happened behind the scenes to ensure the province didn’t run out of fuel.


Gratitude in 2021

While 2020 may have been a year like no other, 2021 was another one for the books. Despite this year's challenges, Trans Mountain has so much to be grateful for.


Trans Mountain’s Fire Plans and Its Commitment to Safety is Clear

Trans Mountain has been a proud member of the Burnaby community for more than 65 years. Safety is our top priority and the cornerstone to everything we do.

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