TSB Quarterly Review — Fourth quarter 2015-16

ISSN 2369-7954

April 2016

Chair's message

At the TSB, our work never stops. Since the beginning of 2016, in our final quarter of this fiscal year, we deployed to 11 occurrences and released 15 investigation reports, as well as published new blog posts and videos.

On March 29, we completed our 25th year of advancing transportation safety. If you have not seen our dedicated TSB@25 webpage where we feature employee blog posts and videos, it’s not too late. I invite you to check it out: TSB@25.

As this anniversary year comes to a close, we look back - as well as to the future and to what lies ahead. Over the past 25 years, we have been successful in advancing safety is some areas, but we know more works needs to be done. Here at the TSB, we will continue to employ dedicated professionals who are passionate about identifying safety deficiencies and communicating with those best placed to effect change. Working together, we can move the yard stick even further over the next 25 years.

Kathy Fox

Completed investigations


Blog posts: The TSB Recorder


TSB@25 Employee video profile

Investigations started

  • Îles-de-la-Madeleine, QC (air)
  • Chapleau, ON (rail)
  • Victoria, BC (marine)
  • Regina, SK (rail)
  • Calgary, AB (rail)
  • Mamainse Harbour, ON (marine)
  • Mont-Joli, QC (air)
  • Lester B. Pearson International Airport, ON (air)
  • Deschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent, QC (marine)
  • Webster, ON (rail)
  • Anchorage, AK (air)
  • Clark's Harbour, NS (marine)

The list was complete at the time of publication.

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