Safe Rail Emergency Preparedness Toolkit

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On Sunday, August 21, 2016, two trains collided in west Toronto around 5:20 am.  Alarmed residents weren't sure what to do while crews scrambled to contain a diesel fuel leak.  In response, Safe Rail Communities has developed a Rail Emergency Preparedness toolkit, with partial funding provided by Transport Canada.  Now is your chance to share your thoughts on this new national resource.

#Take Part

  • Contact us to register and participate
  • We'll send you material on emergency preparedness in case of a derailment 
  • For those who can meet in person, we'll discuss with a Disaster & Emergency Management Consultant on Saturday, March 10th (10am-12pm)

Contact us!  
Keep it safe,
Safe Rail Communities' Team

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