Transport Canada has revised temporary certificate TU 0751 to extend the requalification period for cylinders and other pressure receptacles with an expiration date of February 28th, 2019 or later. Download your temporary certificate now.

Following the declaration of a pandemic outbreak of a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) by the World Health Organization on March 11, 2020, and with the adoption of temporary measures put in place by provincial authorities, we understand the difficulties that industry may be facing in terms of meeting certain requirements of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR) – namely, the testing and inspection requirements for Means of Containment (MOC) used to handle, offer for transport, or transport, dangerous goods included in Class 2.1 and Class 2.2, Gases, in accordance with CSA B340 or CSA B342.

Given these challenges, Transport Canada has revised temporary certificate TU 0751 to extend the requalification period for cylinders and other pressure receptacles with an expiration date of February 28th, 2019 or later.

Download Temporary Certificate TU 0751.1 (English)

Download Temporary Certificate TU 0751.1 (French)

Please refer to the certificate for its terms and conditions. The temporary certificate takes effect on April 15, 2020 and remains in effect until the earliest of: September 30, 2020, or the day it is cancelled in writing by the Minister of Transport.

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For more COVID-19 Information, please visit CAAR's COVID-19 Agri-Retailer Support resource page.

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