Corie is a mom, wife, daughter, sister, and friend, and keeping her family and friends safe is the foundation for her passion for safety.
She began her career as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist in British Columbia, then moved into radiochemical production and safety.
After spending a number of years in Alberta working as a federal radiation and TDG Inspector, she left the civil service and provided audit, investigation, regulatory compliance, and training services for almost a decade. During this time, she also obtained Instructional Design and Adult Education certification in order to develop and deliver industry-leading training courses.
From 2014-early 2016, her work included radiation, explosives, environmental, and other safety regulatory compliance work, as well as training program management for a large, multinational company. In 2016, she returned to her love of training and joined Danatec as their Product Development Manager.
Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Ground - Limited Quantities Exemption 1.17
Changes to TDG Regulation in Canada - Canada’s federal transport regulator has been making changes that touch many aspects of the transport of dangerous goods in Canada.
Legislation changes require certain markings to be in place during transportation. Learn what changes were made, and how you can be sure to comply.
Corie: Label and a placard: big difference is whether something has a way of moving down the rail or the road. So, a label goes on what we...