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The following report summarizes Non-Compliances Observed during NEB Compliance Verification Activities (CVAs) conducted by NEB staff, including Inspection Officers.
The Centre's Policy on Compliance Monitoring, Verification and Regulatory Risk-based Activities is aligned with the Centre's Compliance and Enforcement Policy and describes the risk-based criteria that are considered when determining the best compliance verification and enforcement approaches and activities.
The National Energy Board (NEB) strives for meaningful engagement with the public and Indigenous groups, to provide fair opportunity to access information on our processes and how to participate effectively in them. As such, NEB staff make themselves available to the public and Indigenous groups in a variety of ways to provide information as well as to respond to questions. Engagement activities are conducted using a variety of methods:
Telephone or Video Conference Meetings,
Online WebEx (various locations),
Town Hall. NEB Damage Prevention staff conduct Damage prevention-related compliance verification activities.
Data set provides the user the geographic location of Provincial Vehicle Compliance and Inspection sites
CER Reports on Compliance and Enforcement
When companies do not meet requirements, the CER has the authority to take action to bring the company back into compliance, so they are operating safely. The CER’s response depends on the issue and the situation, and it enforces requirements in a manner that is fair predictable, consistent, timely, and transparent. The CER has several enforcement tools available. Explore the reports on the work we do to check that companies are meeting requirements and the work we are doing to enforce those requirements.
The purpose of this Compliance Verification (CV) project was to verify compliance of toys with specific requirements of the Toys Regulations.
Find information on how Canada monitors and enforces pesticide compliance.
List of regulatory activities administered by the NEB or the CER for the purposes of authorization, including: (NEBA, Part III, s. 52, s. 53), (CERA, Part 3, s.183), (NEBA, Part III, s. 58), (CERA, Part 3, s.214), Abandonment, Tolls & Tariffs, Export/Import, Detailed Route, Request for Variance, Condition compliance, Decommissioning
The purpose of this Compliance Verification (CV) project was to verify compliance of children's jewellery for lead and cadmium content which are subject to the Children's Jewellery Regulations (Regulations).
The purpose of this Compliance Verification (CV) project was to verify industry's compliance of cosmetic products imported under the Advance Notice of Importation process with specific requirements of the Cosmetic Regulations.