Transportation of dangerous goods

Alberta has regulations and inspectors to ensure dangerous goods are safely transported on provincial roads.

Services and information

Alberta EDGE serves as the government emergency response centre for all transportation incidents involving dangerous goods.

Alberta's dangerous goods inspectors are responsible for ensuring the safe handling and transportation of dangerous goods.

Simplified guides to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and regulations.

Companies may handle or transport dangerous goods without complying with all regulations if they operate with a Permit for Equivalent Level of Safety.

Provincial and federal legislation provide standards for the safe transportation of dangerous goods.

Dangerous goods must be transported in standardized containers and tanks.

Companies that handle or transport dangerous goods are inspected to ensure they comply with dangerous goods legislation.

Alberta has regulations and inspectors to ensure dangerous goods are safely transported on provincial roads.

Companies failing to comply with regulations while handling and transporting dangerous goods are subject to progressive discipline.

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