Icefield tour bus operator charged under Alberta OHS Act for deadly rollover

Icefield tour bus operator charged below Alberta OHS Act for lethal rollover

The tour bus firm concerned in a 2020 Icefield crash in Jasper National Park has been charged below the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act whereas the RCMP’s felony investigation has concluded.

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Brewster Inc. faces eight costs below the OHS Act, associated to “failing to regulate the hazard of the grade of the slope of the lateral moraine,” not mandating seatbelt utilization, not sustaining seatbelts and never checking the security of kit.

The case is scheduled to be heard in a Jasper provincial courtroom on June 23.

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No answers 1 year after Columbia Icefield tour bus crash in Jasper National Park

On July 18, 2020, an ice explorer car on the Columbia Icefield rolled down an embankment with 25 individuals in it. The rollover killed three passengers and injured the motive force and others.

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A Friday information launch from the Alberta authorities additionally mentioned the felony investigation was as completed individually from Alberta Occupational Health and Safety.

The RCMP are conscious of the fees below the OHS Act and shared all info they gathered with the OHS investigation, the information launch mentioned.

An replace on the felony investigation is anticipated to be launched as quickly as attainable.


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