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The strength of working together
18 May 2016
Posted by Joe Hincke

Safety deficiencies must be uncovered, that’s the imperative here at the TSB. Our investigators and teams of specialists are continuously working to do […]

Recent posts

Rail Safety – a collective effort
27 April 2016
Posted by Kirby Jang

The railway system has always fascinated me. Early in my career, while working in the private sector as a railway systems consultant, much of my work focused on the development of more effective processes for […]

The TSB then and now
7 April 2016
Posted by Johanne Ostiguy

When it was first created in 1990, the TSB's approach was one of "quiet professionalism". While the investigators and specialists conducted thorough investigations, leaving no stone unturned to uncover the root cause of […]

Canadian agency, global influence
10 March 2016
Posted by Brad Vardy

You often hear that TSB investigators are deploying to the scene of an occurrence in Canada, or that one of our investigation reports is being released. Our domestic activities are well known and publicised. But did you know […]

The right stuff
19 February 2016
Posted by Tony Gasbarro

Hi Tony, thanks for letting us interview you as part of the TSB's 25-year anniversary. Let me first start by asking, for how long have you been at the TSB? […]

Communication – at the heart of safety
8 February 2016
Posted by Marc-André Poisson

Over the years, the Marine Accident Investigators' Forum (MAIIF) and the International Maritime Pilots' Association (IMPA) have observed some shortcomings in communications between bridge team members […]

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Date Title Posted by
2015-12-01 Babes in arms: Keeping infants and small children safe in the skies Missy Rudin-Brow
2015-10-19 Arctic adventure Steven Neatt
2015-09-22 Transportation safety – Still looking for the facts Michel Traversy
2015-09-02 Investigator training at the TSB Susan Greene
2015-07-22 Confessions of a senior air accident investigator Mike Cunningham
2015-07-03 At the TSB from the beginning Ginette Lavigne
2015-06-15 Time to change marine safety behaviour Glenn Budden
2015-05-27 TSB@25: First impressions from a new employee Clinton Rebeiro
2015-05-07 Being prepared for a marine emergency Glenn Budden
2015-04-27 Reconstructing the world in 3D Ted Parisee
2015-03-27 TSB@25: Contributing to safer air transportation Don Enns
2015-03-12 Effects of fatigue on human performance Missy Rudin-Brown
2015-02-18 Timeliness Geneviève Corbin
2015-01-29 Identifying the underlying problems Peter Hildebrand
2015-01-08 TSB Independence is critical for our work Jean L. Laporte
2014-12-04 The TSB Watchlist Kathy Fox
2014-11-14 SECURITAS Marc-André Poisson
2014-10-27 A day in the life of the Lac-Mégantic Investigator-in-Charge Don Ross
2014-09-25 Getting to know the new TSB Chair in 12 questions Geneviève Corbin
2014-07-29 A day in the life of TSB’s accommodations officer Roberto Medeiros
2014-06-27 A day in the life of the TSB photographer Tony Gasbarro
2014-06-04 The Real CSI: Inside the TSB Laboratory Leo Donati
2014-05-14 Journey to the Bottom of the Sea Peter Rowntree
2014-04-28 Preventing accidents at railway crossings Rox-Anne D'Aoust
2014-03-28 One unstable approach too many Brian MacDonald
2014-03-03 Difficult Emotions Ewan Tasker
2014-02-17 When is a TSB recommendation made? Kathy Fox
2013-11-07 Remembering a marine accident, and why it matters John Clarkson
2013-09-25 Working together for safer prawn fishing Glenn Budden
2013-09-06 Avoiding the blame game Marilyn French St. George
2013-07-30 Accident investigation meets Hollywood animation Jon Lee
2013-07-05 Taking the time required Dan Holbrook
2013-06-11 On the ground of the VIA train derailment in Burlington Julie Leroux
2013-05-21 Managing a marathon of information John Cottreau
2013-04-16 Lifejackets versus PFDs: New safety guidance Valerie Doucette
2013-03-27 Low risk doesn’t mean no risk Mark Clitsome
2013-03-07 What are the chances? Brad Vardy
2013-02-21 Keeping an eye on the track Kirby Jang
2013-01-25 Aren’t we just part of Transport Canada? Ewan Tasker
2013-01-15 Bridging the gap: Work and passion in transportation safety Jean-Marc Ledoux
2013-01-03 Communicating transportation safety in a global context Jacqueline Roy
2012-12-17 Investigating transportation accidents: Expect the unexpected Captain Wendy Jolliffe
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