Dangerous Goods Services Not Requiring an ERAP

Many dangerous goods classes may not require an Emergency Response Assistance Plan (ERAP). However, there is still a need to have an effective emergency response plan (ERP) for these non-ERAPable products in the event of an incident.

ERAC can provide your organization with all of your emergency response needs by applying the preparedness and response knowledge and experience we have gained over the past 30 years. ERAC develops and maintains plans, trains responders and organizations, and responds 24/7/365 to non-ERAPable dangerous goods incidents anywhere in Canada.

Dangerous goods classes with specific volumes may be regulated as an ERAPable or non-ERAPable product under the Transport Canada Dangerous Goods Regulations. ERAC responds to the following 10 products by road, rail and stationary tank:

  • Fuel oil
  • LPG
  • Anhydrous ammonia
  • Gasoline
  • Petroleum crude oil
  • Sulphuric acid, more than 51% acid
  • Corrosive liquid
  • Sodium hydroxide solution
  • Flammable liquids
  • Paints and paint related material

For more information on non-ERAPable dangerous goods preparedness and response, please contact Patrick Knight, Safety and Quality Manager, 403-543-6501.