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Make the Call – Talking Safe Digging in Puget Sound

811 Day is an annual campaign held in the US to promote safe digging practices. Learn more from our Supervisor of Operations in Puget Sound, Todd Pleadwell about the importance of calling 811


Recognizing Operational Safety Excellence 

To recognize our top-performing operations contractors who prioritized a commitment to safety, we launched the TM Operational Safety Recognition program and held an awards banquet for contractors.


Shared Waterways: Safe Boating in the Salish Sea

As part of the marine community on the Salish Sea, Trans Mountain actively supports the Pacific Pilotage Authority (PPA) and Transport Canada’s work to raise awareness about boating safety in the vici


Trans Mountain Supports Water Safety in Indigenous Communities

Trans Mountain is proud to announcement a joint initiative with Transport Canada to create lifejacket libraries for more than 30 West Coast Indigenous communities.


Be Ready for Anything: Emergency Preparedness Week 2022

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


Utility Safety Partners: Keeping Communities & People Safe

We sat down with the organization’s President Mike Sullivan to learn more about Click Before You Dig, Utility Safety Partners and its services.


BC 1 Call Reports Record Number of People are Practicing Safe Digging

Trans Mountain i s a proud member of BC 1 Call. We spoke with Chris Hyland, President & CEO of BC 1 Call, to learn more about what’s new with the organization.


Damage Prevention is a Shared Responsibility: Common Ground Alliance Works to Keep Communities Safe

“Together we are stronger and safer.” That is the message from the BC Common Ground Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing damage to underground pipes, cables and conduits.


Safe Digging Around Pipelines: Types of One Call Tickets

In Canada, placing a One Call locate request prior to performing a ground disturbance near a federally regulated pipeline is required by law.


Know What’s Below: Dig Safe Month!

Trans Mountain proudly supports Dig Safe Month raises awareness about safe digging practices with the goal of improving personal safety and reducing damage to underground infrastructure.

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