Canada Energy Regulator (CER)
The CER is the Canadian regulator for all interprovincial and international pipelines including TNPI’s Ontario-Quebec pipeline. The CER requires the companies it regulates to develop and maintain Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) Programs to minimize the effects of incidents and emergencies that may impact the health and safety of the public, company employees, property and the environment. The CER also monitors, observes, and assesses the overall effectiveness of our emergency response and, in the unlikely event of a large incident or emergency, may be part of a Unified Command.
To learn more visit: www.cer-rec.gc.ca/
Transportation Safety Board (TSB)
The TSB is an independent agency that investigates marine, pipeline, railway and aviation transportation occurrences. Its sole aim is the advancement of transportation safety. The TSB is the lead investigator in incidents involving CER-regulated facilities or operations and focuses on determining the cause and contributing factors leading to the incident.
To learn more visit: www.tsb.gc.ca
Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)
The AER regulates the safe, responsible, and efficient development of Alberta’s energy resources including TNPI’s Alberta pipeline. During an incident, the AER’s main concerns are for public safety, environmental protections, and energy resource conservation. In the unlikely event of a large incident or emergency in Alberta, the AER may be part of a Unified Command.
To learn more visit: www.aer.ca