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11-01-Supp (January 11, 2011)

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Departmental Publications

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment

Canadian Grain Commission

Correctional Service of Canada

Environment Canada

St. Lawrence Centre

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Human Resources Development Canada

Human Resources Development Canada

Human Resources and Social Development Canada

Indian and Northern Affairs

Information Management Branch

Transport Canada

  • National Places of Refuge Contingency Plan (PORCP). for Catalogue Number T29-86/2007E-PDF First edition, July 3, 2007. Ottawa, c2007. 30p. (TP 14707E (07/2007)) Electronic.
    The PORCP applies to all situations where a ship is in need of assistance and requests a place of refuge within Canadian waters. This includes Canada’s internal waters, territorial sea and the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
    The PORCP also applies in the case where a ship is destined for Canada and has reported a problem (a defect, deficiency or a casualty).
    The PORCP does not apply to distress situations where the safety of life is involved. In such cases, established search and rescue procedures shall be followed. Any request that includes a requirement to rescue or to immediately evacuate the crew or other persons on board should be re-directed by the Maritime Assistance Service (MAS) to the Maritime Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC) without delay. Once the rescue has been
    concluded and there is no longer any risk to the safety of life, the PORCP can be activated."--Page 5 of 30.
    Free. (Internet).
    Catalogue Number T29-86/2007E-PDF
  • Plan d'urgence national sur les lieux de refuge (PUNLR). pour Numéro de catalogue T29-86/2007F-PDF Première édition, 3 juillet 2007. Ottawa, c2007. 30p. (TP 14707F (07/2007)) Électronique.
    «Application et portée:
    Le PUNLR s’applique à toutes les situations dans lesquelles un navire a besoin d’assistance et demande à être orienté vers un lieu de refuge dans les eaux canadiennes, y compris dans les eaux intérieures, la mer territoriale et la zone économique exclusive (ZEE) du Canada.
    Le PUNLR s’applique aussi lorsqu’un navire est en route pour le Canada et qu’il signale un problème (navire défectueux, non conforme ou sinistré).
    Le PUNLR ne s’applique pas aux situations de détresse dans lesquelles la sauvegarde de la vie humaine est en jeu. Des procédures de recherche et de sauvetage établies doivent être suivies dans ces cas. Lorsqu’une demande entraînant la nécessité d’effectuer un sauvetage ou d’évacuer immédiatement l’équipage ou d’autres personnes d’un navire, le Service d’assistance maritime (SAM) doit transmettre cette demande au Centre de
    coordination des opérations de sauvetage (MRCC) le plus rapidement possible. Le PUNLR peut être mis en oeuvre lorsque le sauvetage est terminé et qu’il n’y a plus de danger pour la vie.»--Page 5 sur 30.
    Gratuit. (Internet).
    Numéro de catalogue T29-86/2007F-PDF

Marine Safety

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Statistics Canada Publications

Statistics Canada


Periodic Releases