Cargo companies have to get approval from the Manitoba Maritime Commission before they can move cargo.
The commission says it takes a “slight” degree of oversight when it comes to safety.
It’s up to the company, or the carrier, to meet the standards.
But the commission says that companies need to take precautions, and that’s what’s needed here.
That’s what the Manitoba Government is doing, and it’s a good start.
The Manitoba Government says the company must be in a location that’s safe and that it’s not in danger of being damaged by a storm.
It also says it’s also in charge of the company’s safety training.
That includes talking to workers and looking at how they handle accidents and fire.
The company must also submit a list of its most recent operations to the commission, which is responsible for reviewing them.
The list is supposed to show how the company is operating, how many containers it transports, how long it takes for them to arrive and where the containers are stored.
If the company fails to comply, the commission can take action against it.
Cargo companies must submit a safety plan to the Manitoba MMC and are supposed to follow it every year.
The MMC says it doesn’t have enough inspectors to enforce compliance.
If it’s done properly, it can take corrective action on a case-by-case basis, including the suspension of a company’s permit to operate.
The commissioner says he’s seen a number of companies fail to adhere to safety rules.
It could lead to penalties, fines and other consequences.