Canadian Environment Emergency Regulations - Are you required to comply to the new changes?

June 25, 2019

On March 6, the Canada Gazette published a significant revision of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act's Environmental Emergency Regulations (EER SOR 2003-307), requiring any entity managing hazardous substances over prescribed limits to prepare, test, file, and communicate an emergency management plan to the public.

Based on current regulated parties, about 5,000 Canadian businesses will be subject to CEPA's revised regulations. Oil and gas companies need to consider several factors:

New CEPA regulations to consider

Join BDO's Risk Advisory Services Vice-President for a 30-minute webinar, and learn about the updated regulations and the types of entities subject to them, as well as a step-by-step walkthrough of how to comply with EER SOR 2019-51.

Webinar on demand

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