Friday, 19 April 2019 14:19

New Brunswick Southern Railway guilty in TDG violations

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Transport Canada has charged New Brunswick Southern Railway with 24 counts of violating the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, including 12 counts for failing to create proper shipping documents for the purpose of transporting petroleum crude oil; and, 12 counts for having unqualified personnel offering dangerous goods (crude oil) for transport. These charges follow an investigation into the accident in Lac-Mégantic. New Brunswick Southern Railway has agreed to pay $10,000.00 in fines with $40,000 to be invested in improving the safety of the transportation of dangerous goods in Canada.

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