Stakeholder Discussions: Hazardous and Noxious Substances

The Tanker Safety Expert Panel held discussions with the following organizations as part of its Phase II HNS review:

Canada:

  • Association of Canadian Port Authorities
  • Atlantic Emergency Response Team
  • Canadian Coast Guard
  • Canadian Emergency Response Contractors Alliance
  • Canadian Fuels Association
  • Canadian Industrial Transportation Association
  • Canadian Maritime Law Association
  • Canadian Shipowners Association
  • Canaport LNG
  • Chamber of Shipping of British Columbia
  • Chemistry Industry Association of Canada
  • Chevron Canada
  • Coastal First Nations
  • Eastern Canada Response Corporation
  • Énergie Valero Inc.
  • Environment Canada
  • Gitxaala Nation
  • Haisla First Nation
  • Halifax Port Authority
  • Health Canada
  • IMTT-Quebec
  • International Ship-Owners Alliance of Canada
  • Irving Oil Terminals & Pipelines
  • Island Tug and Barge Ltd.
  • Kinder Morgan 
  • Lax Kw’alaams First Nation
  • LPG Emergency Response Corporation
  • Metlakatla First Nation
  • Natural Resources Canada
  • Neptune Bulk Terminals
  • Public Health Agency of Canada
  • Quantum Murray 
  • Quebec Regional Advisory Council
  • Shipping Federation of Canada
  • Squamish First Nation
  • Transport Canada 
  • Vancouver Fire Department
  • Western Canada Marine Response Corporation

International:

  • Braemar Howells
  • Centre of Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution (CEDRE)
  • International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation Limited (London, United Kingdom)
  • Maritime Emergency Response Commander, Australian Maritime Safety Authority
  • National Chemical Emergencies Centre (United Kingdom)
  • Public Health England
  • Public Health Wales
  • Secretary of State’s Representative for Maritime Salvage and Intervention (United Kingdom)
  • United Kingdom Maritime and Coastguard Agency
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