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The AER responds to energy-related incidents 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In 2020, the number of incidents dropped 19% and the seriousness of those incidents went down 8%. Learn more at https://t.co/E5RgCd64dt. #ABenergy #oilandgas pic.twitter.com/q0b4rihl4o— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) May 7, 2021
Practice makes perfect when responding to an emergency. The AER’s Emergency Management Team works with companies, municipalities, and the provincial government to ensure Albertans are safe and the environment is protected. Learn more: https://t.co/Y4GhKt3fGq #ABenergy #oilandgas— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) May 6, 2021
During the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire, about 160 AER employees from across Alberta worked around the clock to help emergency management teams. For nearly a month, the AER worked with the provincial operations centre to help with planning and logistics. #ymm #ABenergy #oilandgas pic.twitter.com/MlmWIvuMNp— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) May 5, 2021
From fires to flood, pipeline spills to train derailments, the AER’s emergency management team is there to help. Learn more about how we help ensure the safety of Albertans and protection of our environment. https://t.co/PM0joe1xIa #ABenergy #oilandgas pic.twitter.com/2VToigZEZA— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) May 4, 2021
It’s been five years since the Fort McMurray wildfire. We celebrate the tireless efforts of the first responders and emergency personnel for the safe evacuation of all McMurrayites on A Day Like No Other. https://t.co/8W4Jl22ppY #ymm #ABenergy #oilandgas— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) May 3, 2021
On this #NationalDayofMourning, the AER pays tribute to lives lost or injured in the workplace, sacrifices made by front-line and essential workers, and the lives of those that have died or suffered through COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/LJeILZd5yH— AB Energy Regulator (@AER_news) April 28, 2021