The material presented in this web site was prepared by the Canadian Emergency Response Contractors' Alliance (CERCA) from sources deemed reliable and accurate and is intended as a guide. Neither the Canadian Chemical Producers' Association (CCPA), Canadian Petroleum Products Institute (CPPI), Canadian Fertilizer Institute (CFI), Canadian Association of Chemical Distributors (CACD), Railway Association of Canada (RAC), Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA), its member companies nor their employees or consultants will be held liable, either jointly or severally, for loss or damage claimed to result from the use of the information contained herein. It is the responsibility of users of this guide to ensure the accuracy of all information for their purposes and any use made of this guide, or any reliance on the document or decisions made based upon it, are the responsibility of the user.
This web site identifies reference numbers (i.e. ERP-2-xxxx) assigned to Emergency Response Assistance Plans (ERAPs) approved by Transport Canada in accordance with Part 7 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Regulations. The ERAPs are approved by Transport Canada for specific dangerous goods, transported in identified types of containers, over a given geographical area. The approval reflects the existence of a certified capability to provide assistance to first responders at the time of a transportation incident involving these dangerous goods.
Inclusion of the reference number issued by Transport Canada in this guide does not give or imply endorsement of the overall capability by individual contractors as part of the claimed capability may lie outside the scope of the ERAP system.
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