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TransCanada – CSR – Safety: Employees at TransCanada’s Otter Lake Compressor Station in northern Alberta. TransCanada – CSR – Safety: Employees at TransCanada’s Otter Lake Compressor Station in northern Alberta.

GETTING IT RIGHT | Safety

Occupational Health and Safety

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TransCanada takes a holistic approach to occupational health and safety, with multiple complementary programs that address the workplace and home, the individual and family, and our employees and contractors.

Employee and contractor safety is a priority. Our employee and contractor safety performance is industry-leading and we aim for continuous improvement every year. In 2015, there were no employee fatalities. TransCanada is also now disclosing contractor fatalities based on incidents that occurred under our care and control. There were no contractor fatalities in 2015.

Safe, supportive workplace environments, procedures, training, tools and resources all work toward preventing injuries and incidents.

We use internal and external resources to focus on key areas of health promotion and illness prevention, short- and long-term disability management, employee and family assistance counselling programs, illness/injury absence reporting and health issue management.