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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

Protecting Our Communities

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Your safety is our number 1 priority and we strive for zero incidents. In the unlikely event of an incident, TransCanada is prepared to respond quickly and appropriately.

Our operations extend across North America and we have established offices in many communities. Each region is fully staffed with qualified employees trained in safety and emergency response who ensure the safe and efficient operation of our facilities in the area.

We have strong partnerships with emergency services organizations in the communities where we operate. These local first responders, such as firefighters, police and emergency medical crews, are familiar with TransCanada’s operations and are ready to respond in the event of an incident.

While we are always prepared to respond quickly and appropriately to emergencies, we also believe strongly in the importance of public awareness and damage prevention. TransCanada’s holistic public awareness program is geared toward preventing unauthorized activities, enhancing leak recognition and response, and promoting effective emergency preparedness.

It is part of TransCanada’s commitment to protect your safety, the safety of our employees, the environment and our assets.

Englehart's Fire Chief Tom Henderson shares stories about his history with TransCanada.