Transportation Safety Board of Canada
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is an independent agency that advances transportation safety by investigating occurrences in the marine, pipeline, rail and air modes of transportation.
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Our current Transportation Safety Board of Canada website will remain available until the move to Canada.ca is complete.
Our services and information
The TSB investigates civil aviation occurrences that take place in or over Canada and any place that is under Canadian air traffic control, and can participate in foreign investigations to represent Canadian interests.
The TSB investigates marine occurrences that take place in Canada, and participates in foreign investigations to represent Canadian interests.
The TSB investigates pipeline occurrences in the federally regulated pipeline system in Canada.
The TSB investigates federally regulated rail occurrences that take place across Canada, and participates in national and international government and industry groups to monitor safety trends and communicates rail safety issues to change agents.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
- Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Act
- Transportation Safety Board Regulations
- Transportation Safety Board By-laws
- TSB Occurrence Classification Policy
The Watchlist identifies the issues posing the greatest risk to Canada's transportation system, and aims to focus the attention of industry and regulators on the problems that need addressing today. The TSB has determined that action taken to date on the eight issues in the 2014 Watchlist is insufficient and more needs to be done to eliminate the risks.
The TSB Recorder
Go to our blog for real-life stories about transportation safety and a glimpse into life at the TSB.
Transportation safety is important. Whether it's on our waterways, along our pipelines or railways, or in our sky, everyone can keep an eye out for potentially unsafe acts or conditions when travelling or working. Anyone can confidentially report a safety concern through SECURITAS.
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