What's the role of TDG at a dangerous good incident site? .: T86-34/2016E-PDF
"The Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act and Regulations’ primary mandate is to promote public safety. When dangerous goods incidents occur, Transport Canada (TC) is informed in accordance with Part 8 (Reporting Requirements) of the TDG Regulations. Depending on the magnitude of the incident, TC may send a TDG Inspector or a TDG Remedial Measures Specialist (RMS). TC’s primary role is to promote public safety by monitoring remedial measures taken to mitigate the incident."--p. .
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Transport Canada.|
|Title||What's the role of TDG at a dangerous good incident site? .|
|Variant title||Transportation of dangerous goods|
|Other language editions||[French]|
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|Note(s)|| Title from caption. |
At head of title: Transportation of dangerous goods.
Issued also in French under title: Quel est le rôle du TMD sur le site d'un incident mettant en cause des marchandises dangereuses?
|Publishing information||[Ottawa?] : Transport Canada, [2016?]|
|Description|| p. : ill.|
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|Subject terms||Regulations, Hazardous materials, Hazardous materials transport|
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