ERAP Readiness & Review Self-Assessment Questionnaire
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Complete the following questionnaire to the best of your ability. Once completed, please submit using the button at the bottom of this questionnaire.

Questions? Contact Patrick Knight, Safety & Quality Manager, at patrick.knight@erac.org or 587-229-4990.
 
Required 1.
Please fill in the information below.

First Name:
Last Name:
Company Name:
Work Phone:
Email Address:
emailaddress@xyz.com

Emergency response assistance plans (ERAPs) must address the following basic elements of emergency response:
 
Part 1: Roles and Responsibilities

Section 5 of the ERAP is the roles and responsibilities of key personnel, including your company personnel authorized to implement the ERAP.
 
2.
As an ERAP holder, is your list of emergency contacts up to date with ERAC? Do you update ERAC each time there is a change to your emergency contacts? 

If No, please indicate what has changed.
Yes
No
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3.
Do you complete regular audits of your emergency contact phone numbers?
Yes
No
4.
In addition to having the ERAP telephone number that ERAC provides, the consignor must also provide a 24-Hour Number on the bill of lading (BOL). 

Is the person who answers your 24-Hour Number able to provide technical information about the dangerous goods in transport, without breaking the telephone connection made by the caller?

If No, you can register online to use CANUTEC's free, 24-hour emergency telephone number on your dangerous goods shipping documents.
Yes
No
Part 2: Response Resources

In Section 9 of the ERAP, ERAC lists strategically placed emergency response resources throughout Canada along transportation corridors based on risk and frequency.
 
5.
Are you, as the Plan Participant, aware of what response resources may be mobilized as part of the ERAP implementation process?
Yes
No
6.
Do the geographical areas of coverage listed in your Transport Canada ERAP approval letter align with all the provinces through which your products are being transported?

If No, please indicate what has changed.
Yes
No
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Part 3: Potential Incident Analysis (PIA)

In Section 10 of the ERAP, a PIA is included in the ERAP as per section 7.3 (2)(m) of the TDG Regulations, including: an analysis of how an accidental release could occur; potential consequences related to a release; and measures, organized by tier in accordance to section 7.8, to be taken in response to a release or anticipated release.
 
7.
As an ERAP holder, you have previously identified the products, quantities and means of containment that you are transporting. If this information has changed, have you updated it with ERAC?

If No, please indicate what has changed.

Yes
No
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8.
Are your emergency contacts readily available at any time to provide ERAC with Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for every product covered by the ERAP?
Yes
No