Technical information

Alberta EDGE provides:

  • compliance information related to the federal and provincial dangerous goods legislation
  • federal and international requirements for the shipment of dangerous goods by air, road, rail or marine modes of transportation
  • interpretive information for the on-highway enforcement process as well as awareness material for inspectors, industry and the general public

Emergency reporting

Alberta EDGE:

  • manages all TDG emergency calls and assesses the severity of dangerous goods incidents
  • provides assistance to emergency response personnel attending the scene of an incident in which dangerous goods are involved, or may become a matter for concern
  • communicates openly with other regulatory agencies, such as the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER), in the event of an emergency or safety-related incident

More information

For more information, see Transport Canada’s comprehensive list of questions and answers about the transportation of dangerous goods: Safety Awareness Materials and FAQ.

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The information collected through the Alberta EDGE page will be used for the purpose of providing you updates on bulletins and notices.

The personal information collection is authorized under section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act.

If you have any questions about this collection of personal information, you may contact the Chief Inspector Dangerous Goods at 780-422-9600 or [email protected].


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Connect with Alberta EDGE:

Phone: 780-422-9600
Toll free: 1-800-272-9600

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