We’re working hard to create a positive impact for our people, our customers, our local communities and our planet by operating ethically, equitably and sustainably.

Safety is a Top Priority

Our number one priority is maintaining a safe work environment. It is a foundational component of our culture, rooted in proven health and safety principles and programs. While productivity and efficiency are critical, they will never take precedence over safety. We work hard to ensure all our people, customers, and stakeholders return home healthy each and every day.

Specific protocols are in place for those visiting our site. Please see our Visitors Page to review those requirements.

Truckers please note in order to access our sites, you must complete our site safety orientation. Please go to Trucker Site Orientation for full details.

Responsible Stewardship

We understand that operating in beautiful British Columbia comes with responsibility. It is imperative that we operate sustainably and leave a legacy that we can be proud of for future generations.

Using our pragmatic approach, we engage our stakeholders, including our people, customers, partners, suppliers, government and regulators as well as Indigenous communities, to determine the sustainability issues most relevant to our businesses and the communities where we operate. This includes meeting or exceeding all environmental requirements, laws and regulations affecting our facilities, operations and our people. It also means developing and implementing responsible air, water, soil and waste management controls everywhere we operate.

Since 2013, we’ve been certified members of Green Marine, a voluntary environmental certification program for the North American marine industry. The terminal is also proudly ISO 14001 (environmental management system) and ISO9001:2015 (quality management) certified.

Read our Health, Safety, Quality and Environment Policy

Strengthening our Local Communities

We take seriously the responsibility of strengthening the communities where we operate by giving back and getting involved. Through financial contributions and volunteerism, our team supports many local initiatives and community organizations, with a specific focus on education, youth and the environment. We are also committed to engaging and consulting with our partners, government and First Nations to build long-term, successful relationships. We work hard to support our communities to sustain and grow Canada’s trade economy for the benefit of all Canadians.

To learn more about our activities in the community, click on the button below and filter for Squamish Terminals.

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