Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC
Part 1 - Consultation Update No. 3
Trans Mountain Expansion Project
February 2015
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TABLE 1.7.1-1
Stakeholder/Meeting Date
Discussion Summary
Simon Fraser University (SFU)
on September 2, 2014
Interested in learning more about TMEP and existing operations specifically
at Burnaby Terminal nearby.
Understand relationship challenges with City of Burnaby.
City of Port Moody on
September 11, 2014
Supportive of a combined Tri Cities workshop scenario.
City of Port Coquitlam on
September 16, 2014
Encouraged Trans Mountain to consider a combined Tri-Cities scenario due
to close working relationship between the municipal first responders.
City of Coquitlam on
September 16, 2014
Supportive of a combined Tri-Cities workshop scenario.
City of Surrey on
October 20, 2014
First Responders had no outstanding issues with the company or concerns
with expansion project
Better timing for City to hold workshop in spring 2015.
Township of Langley on
October 20, 2014
Willingness to share information amongst emergency planner network.
City of Abbotsford on
November 12, 2014
Interested in equipment placement in community.
Expressed interest in invitation being extended to First Nations to participate
in scenario
Agreed to participate in EMSW Part 2.
City of Chilliwack and Fraser
Valley Regional District on
November 5, 2014
Interested in opportunity to participate in emergency management exercises
and training.
Discussed attendees and possible scenario locations within respective
jurisdictions; recommended Stolo First Nation be invited to participate.
Issues identified by participants that have not already been identified in previous Updates are
further detailed in Section 2.3, Topics of Interest or Concern – Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley.
On September 7, 2014, Trans Mountain requested to meet with the City of New Westminster
Fire Chief as part of its dialogue on Emergency Management related to the proposed Project.
No response was received.
EMSW Part 2
Trans Mountain also hosted a series of Part 2 Emergency Management Stakeholder Workshops
(EMSW) during Phase 5.
Part 1 EMSW workshops, reported in Consultation Update No. 2 (Filing ID A62087 and A62088)
were half-day session with emergency managers and first responders. The agenda typically
covered current operations and an overview of the proposed Project. Attendees were presented
with highlights of the current emergency management programs and then organized into
workgroups to explore their concerns about expanding the system and some early indications of
what they would like to see considered as part of an updated Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
for the expansion.
The purpose of the Part 2 EMSW was to meet stakeholder interest in reviewing desktop
scenarios that explored a local sequence of events and local resources requirements in the
event of an incident in a community. Part 2 EMSW also provided Trans Mountain the
opportunity to utilise its Emergency Management Plans in practise, and to develop a working
relationship with pertinent stakeholders involved in initial emergency response.
were the same as those engaged through Part 1 however, in Part 2 meetings were mostly held