WorkSafe BC hands Tidy Trucking investigation over to Labour Canada

UPDATE: WorkSafeBC has determined that Tidy Trucking is federally regulated and not the jurisdiction of WorkSa…

UPDATE: WorkSafeBC has determined that Tidy Trucking is federally regulated and not the jurisdiction of WorkSafeBC.  The investigation will be handed over to Labour Canada. WorkSafeBC confirms that no deaths occurred in this incident.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – WorkSafeBC is handing over an investigation into an incident at Tidy Trucking over to Labour Canada.

In an email Thursday, WorkSafe says they determined that Tidy Trucking is federally regulated and is not in their jurisdiction.

The agency was notified about the incident around 5:50 p.m. in the 7500 block of East Bypass Road on Tuesday and a prevention officer was assigned to the case.

WorkSafe confirms that no deaths occurred in this incident.

Several residents say there was an “explosion” at the site, but that hasn’t been confirmed. Tidy Trucking’s facility now has a large hole in the roof.

The East Bypass Road was also reportedly closed for some time Tuesday evening.

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