At Enbridge, safety is what matters most.
Safety is at the core of everything we do, and it has to be, because every day we move the energy that Canadians and Americans count on: millions of barrels of oil, billions of cubic feet of natural gas and renewable energy as well. Life takes energy and it’s our role to safely and reliably deliver the energy that helps fuel people’s lives.
We’ve created our 2015 Safety Report to the Community to share more about our safety mindset and the steps we take to keep you and your communities safe, and protect every member of our team, the public and the environment.
Through the stories in this report we hope you’ll see how our approach to safety is based on challenging assumptions and always striving for better performance. And, as you’ll discover, last year’s results show that we’re making strong progress. Yet, even as we improve, we know that being safe last year doesn’t count unless we continue to be vigilant and focused on being even safer today and tomorrow.
We also know safety is an active partnership with landowners, indigenous communities and the public. This report is one of the ways we’re working to be a good neighbor, accountable for our actions and open about where our safety performance is strong and where it needs to improve, and highlighting our shared role in the safety of the systems that deliver the energy we all rely on.
Please take a few moments to review the 2015 Safety Report to the Community and to search safety to find out more about our safety performance last year and all that we’re doing to deliver the energy you count on, more safely and more reliably, every day.
We transport energy, operating the world's longest crude oil and liquids transportation system, and natural gas systems that extend from British Columbia to the Gulf of Mexico.
We generate energy, with growing interests in renewable and green energy technologies including wind, solar and geothermal.
We distribute energy, owning and operating Canada’s largest natural gas distribution company, and providing service to more than two million customers in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and New York State.
Together our team of more than 10,000 employees and contractors across the Canada and the United States strives to transport, generate and distribute the energy North America counts on as safely and reliably as possible, every day.