Safety advisory letters are concerned with safety deficiencies that pose low to medium risks, and used to inform regulatory or industry stakeholders of unsafe conditions. A safety advisory letter suggests remedial action to reduce risks to safety.
Safety information letters are generally concerned with safety deficiencies posing relatively low risks, and are used to inform regulatory or industry stakeholders of unsafe conditions that do not require immediate remedial action. Safety information letters are used to pass information for the purposes of safety promotion or to support or clarify issues that are being examined by a stakeholder.
Assessment of the safety impact of road accidents in the vicinity of railway crossings
Replacement of rail at the end of its service life
Mayor, Town of Sainte Anne
Pedestrian crossing protection in Sainte-Anne, Manitoba
Transport Canada, Transportation and Infrastructure, Township of Langley, CP
Jurisdictional responsibility for roadway markings at Crush Crescent – Glover Road crossing in Langley, BC