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Hazmat

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Under the common carrier obligation, CP is required to move products considered dangerous goods, or called hazardous materials in the U.S., provided they meet federal standards.​​ As the consumer and societal needs for these products carry on, we continually strive to make the transportation of dangerous goods as safe as possible.

Like other North American railways, we are subject to a number of regulations, guidelines and standards established and monitored by federal agencies and industry associations​.​​​​

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  • CP has developed an online Awareness Training program for first responders​
  • In the past five years, CP has trained over 25,000 emergency responders on HazMat respons​e through its emergency training exercises
  • CP has converted  a DOT111 general service car to train responders on the construction, identifiable markings, valves, and general operations of a tank car​​​


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How do I get added to the notification list of Hazardous Materials being transported through my community?

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Find out what products comprise the dangerous goods shipments in your province and how to get added to the notification list of Dangerous Goods being transported through your community.​​

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Other Railroad emergency numbers

Burlington Northern (BNSF)
1-800-832-5452

Canadian National (CN)
1-800-465-9239​

CSX
1-800-232-0144

Kansas City Southern (KCS)
1-877-527-9464

Norfolk Southern (NS)
1-800-453-2530

Union Pacific (UP)
1-888-877-7267​​​​​​​​