As Canada’s leading Emergency Response service provider, we manage a wide range of environmental hazardous incidents on land, water and rail. With full service capabilities, we have the advantage of drawing upon our other divisions for soil and water remediation, hazardous materials abatement, and demolition/decommissioning to handle the most complex incidents for our customers.
Qualified Emergency Responders
Our expertise in the safe management of contaminated materials includes chemical and fuel spills, tanker rollovers, train derailments, and the release of toxins into both soil and water.
We have qualified teams of emergency responders who can quickly mobilize and contain the site, accurately assess the damage, and develop a plan to safely mitigate and dispose of hazardous materials. Our plans address potential health dangers, reduce risk to the environment, and minimize loss and liability for our clients.
For the convenience of our clients, we have offices, teams and equipment strategically located throughout Canada. Our fully equipped units include trailers, decontamination teams, booms, boats, and all levels of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Units offer specialized containment, as well as the transfer and analytical equipment required for all classes of dangerous goods.
Our Services Include:
Our emergency response teams are equipped to clean a broad array of tanks and offer services that include large scale tank cleaning, tank and vessel cleaning during the decommissioning process, and fuel oil tank cleaning for preventative maintenance.
A CERCA Verified Contractor
We are a certified member of the Canadian Emergency Response Contractors Alliance (CERCA). Our services are delivered through highly trained emergency response professionals that effectively manage all aspects of complex hazardous environmental emergencies.
Our teams are certified in accredited Hazardous Materials, High Risk Rescue, and Environmental, Health and Safety programs that meet the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards, and are licensed to handle and transport dangerous goods through the Transportation of Dangerous Good (TDG) in Canada.
TEAP III Transportation Emergency Response Service Provider Standard
We are proud to be one of only a few service providers across the country that is TEAP certified. The TEAP III Transportation Emergency Response Service Provider Standard sets out requirements for planning, administration, training, resource utilization and other aspects of transportation emergency preparedness and response. A rigorous assessment process is applied to carefully identify service providers qualified for TEAP certification, with an objective to build a nationwide network capable of safely and efficiently responding to, controlling, containing and remediating the impacts of a chemical transportation incident.
Memberships / Associations
Roadside Spill Response at Abbotsford, British Columbia
On December 2nd, around 10:50am, a Super B tanker truck carrying approximately thirty thousand litres of oil was […]
Roadside Spill Response at Highway 1
Effective October 30, 2018, the BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy made it mandatory for any […]
Highway 63 in Northern Alberta is a busy stretch of highway connecting the communities of the Athabasca Oil Sands. As the main artery feeding in and out of oil industry hotspots like Fort McMurray.
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