To get to zero incidents, our industry will not compete on safety. Basically, this means when it comes to protecting Canadians and the environment – we work together.
Together, pipeline companies are doing everything they can to make the industry as safe as possible and build the public’s confidence and trust.
Members work on continuously improving their practices in safety, environment and socio-economic areas.
Canadians have voiced their concerns about safety and the environment, which is why we have prioritized those areas in the program. Currently, we are focused on the following:
Integrity First is a clear path to go beyond regulation to continuously advance our practices as an industry.
Safety means doing everything possible to prevent incidents from happening. This means:
CEPA members work together to explore technology options, improve industry practices and report on safety measures and operations.
Integrity First brings CEPA members together to develop new ways to reduce the impact on the environment. This means:
CEPA members are focused on minimizing the impact on the environment and biodiversity throughout every phase of the pipeline operations.
Transmission pipelines are in communities across Canada, and pipeline operators want to build strong relationships with Canadians – from the small communities the pipelines pass through to the large cities that rely on energy to thrive. This means:
CEPA members have a responsibility to protect prosperity for all Canadians.