Please include all the information for any worker that was involved in this incident.
Below are the provincial outlines for spill reporting. Please review the applicable information to help you answer this section.
What needs to be reported to the BCOGC?
What needs to be reported to AER?
Saskatchewan advises that you report all spills that may cause an adverse effect. An adverse effect is impairment of, or damage to the environment, or harm to human health.
The spill of a pollutant is reportable under The Environmental Spill Control Regulations when the pollutant is in an amount equal to or exceeding the specified amount and time period listed in the Appendices of the Regulation (Click to access link. Content is located on page 6).
TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS REPORTING QUANTITIES
CANUTEC REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
An infrastructure closure includes ANY partial or complete closure to a:
*This could include a closure as small as shutting down one lane of traffic to upright a trailer for 15 minutes.
Determining Root Cause:
Questions to ask yourself:
Please watch the below video on Root Cause Analysis if you are needing further guidance in determining the Root Cause.
How do I determine a corrective action based on the root cause?
Now that you've identified the root cause as to why this incident occurred, what steps will be taken to fix and prevent it from happening again?
For further information, please watch the video below:
Please provide an explanation of why the specific Immediate Causes were identified
Please provide an explanation of why the specific Basic/Root Causes were identified