Table of contents
- Applications and permits
- Audits and investigations
- Commercial carrier operating status
- Education manual
- National Safety Code Standards
- Pre-entry requirements
- Safety and maintenance programs
- Training, fatigue management and hours of service
- Existing carriers
- Oil well service rig regulations
- Vehicle equipment exemption permits
We monitor the safety and compliance of commercial bus and truck carriers. The goal is to ensure commercial vehicles on Alberta roadways are operating safely. If a carrier does not follow safety laws, we may intervene with their operations to reduce the risk the carrier poses to the public.
We follow guidelines in the Intervention and Discipline Policy. This policy provides better oversight and timely interactions between us and carriers. It also ensures carriers demonstrating non-compliance are approached in a consistent, fair and objective manner.
A general overview of the carrier intervention process is shown below:
For more information: Carrier Risk Factor Monitoring Program FAQ (PDF, 383 KB).
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