As the Canada Energy Regulator (CER), we oversee our environmental protection mandate throughout the lifecycle of Facilities that are regulated under our jurisdiction. Environmental protection activities include the management of Contamination by companies operating Facilities that are under our jurisdiction. Companies must comply with all laws related to the reporting, management, remediation, and monitoring of contamination.
The 2020 CER Remediation Process Guide provides the framework for companies to demonstrate they are effectively anticipating, preventing, managing and mitigating the Adverse Effects of Contamination related to their Facilities. Find information within the Guide on our process for the submission of remediation process documents, and guidance on how to maintain compliance with our requirements.
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See a flowchart of the steps that take place during the remediation process.
Find examples of the tables required for Appendices F, G, and H.
Respond to the questions in this important worksheet on remedial action plan requirements.
Get the worksheet and information on what to include in a risk assessment.
Review sample scenarios and get an idea of what may be required after submitting an NOC.
Find a worksheet to help you with your remedial action plan.
Submit this worksheet to us when you submit your risk management plan.
Download the worksheet you’ll need to submit along with your closure report.
Don’t forget to include a declaration letter with your closure report.