The company operating a tour bus that crashed in the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park in 2020 has been charged under Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Brewsters Inc. is charged with eight counts under the act, including failing to control hazards and failing to ensure equipment was in safe operating condition.
Two charges allege the company didn’t mandate seatbelts or maintain seatbelts for an employee.
The charges, announced Friday afternoon by Alberta Occupational Health and Safety, include failing to ensure workers and passengers were safe on the vehicle and in the vicinity of the worksite.
Three people were killed and 14 others had life-threatening
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