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  D-1.2 Reg 1 - The Dangerous Goods Transportation Regulations
under The Dangerous Goods Transportation Act
  Driver Clearance Certification Requirements for Transporting Explosives to the U.S.A.
Recent U.S. legislation requires that Canadian truckers who transport explosives into the U.S. apply for a Transportation Security Clearance.
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  Expansion Permit Policy
Review the annual fleet permit to carriers operating on Highways 102, 905 and 915, which allows carriers to operate at weights up to primary weight from July 1 until March 31 the following year.
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  Minister's Order Respecting the Reporting of Accidents
Minister's Order respecting the reporting of accidents.
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  National Safety Code Standard 10 - cargo Securement
Review the legislation and regulations when cargo is transported in Saskatchewan.
  New Spring Ban Order
Find the allowable spring weight restrictions.
  Nine Month Primary
Find allowable truck weights for Saskatchewan's 9 month primary highways. These revert back to secondary weights for the months of April, May and June each year.
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  OH & S Compliance Enforcement Protocol
The Ministry will record all written notices of violation.
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  Previous Spring Road Ban Order
Find the previous allowable spring weight restriction orders.
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  R-1.2 - The Railway Act
An Act respecting Railways in Saskatchewan
  Rural Private Enterprise Signs
Signs are helpful in identifying a business, an event or goods and services. Rural private signs are subject to provincial legislation.
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  Shipper Liability Legislation
Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure believes this legislation will help to protect our Saskatchewan highway infrastructure from overweight vehicles. On April 1, 2002, the department will begin developing and implementing education and enforcement strategies for this purpose.
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