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Departmental Publications

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Communications Branch

Rural Secretariat

Agriculture Canada

Economics Division

Entomology Division

Experimental Farms Service

Food Advisory Division

Food Research Institute

Information Services

Research Branch

Science Service [1938-1951]

Science Service [1951-1959]

Board of Registration and Statistics

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Canada School of Public Service

Environment Canada

Canadian Wildlife Service

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Health Canada

Pest Management Regulatory Agency

Justice Canada

Research and Statistics Division

Marine Atlantic

Natural Resources Canada

Minerals and Metals Sector

Public Service Commission

Language Training Canada

Secretary of State

Transport Canada

Marine Safety

  • Termpol review process 2001. for Catalogue Number T29-120/2001E-PDF Ottawa, 2001. 120p. Bibliography, figs., tables. (TP743E) Electronic.
    "An interdepartmental committee reviewing marine pollution issues identified the need for a means of precisely and reliably measuring the navigational risks associated with the location and operation of marine terminals for large oil tankers. The objectives set by that committee led to the publication, in 1977, of the first edition of the TERMPOL Code...
    In 1982, following the successful conclusion of a number of TERMPOL assessments, an interdepartmental committee concluded that a second edition of the TERMPOL Code should be produced ...
    After considering different avenues Transport Canada Marine Safety has now decided to issue a third edition, for the guidance of proponents, covering operational safety aspects of dedicated ships transporting pollutants or hazardous cargoes in bulk."--Page 2 of 120, Foreword.
    Free. (Internet).
    Catalogue Number T29-120/2001E-PDF
  • Processus d'examen Termpol 2001. pour Numéro de catalogue T29-120/2001F-PDF Ottawa, 2001. 125p. Bibliographie, figures, tableaux. (TP743F) Électronique.
    «Un comité interministériel chargé d'examiner les questions de pollution marine a déterminé qu'il fallait trouver des moyens de mesurer de façon précise et sûre les risques pour la navigation que présentent l'emplacement et l'exploitation des terminaux maritimes pour pétroliers géants. Les objectifs établis par le comité ont mené à la publication, en 1977, de la première édition du Code TERMPOL ...
    En 1982, après qu'un certain nombre d'évaluations aient été effectuées avec succès au moyen du code
    TERMPOL, un comité interministériel a conclu qu'il fallait publier une deuxième édition du Code
    TERMPOL ...
    Après avoir examiné diverses possibilités, la Direction générale de la sécurité maritime de Transports Canada a décidé de publier une troisième édition, comme guide pour les promoteurs, qui traiterait de la sécurité des opérations des navires transportant des matières polluantes ou des marchandises dangereuses en vrac.»--Page 3 des 125, Avant-propos.
    Gratuit. (Internet).
    Numéro de catalogue T29-120/2001F-PDF

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