Responsibility for Meeting Regulated Requirements

 
 
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As an equipment operator and owner, you are responsible for ensuring that your equipment meets regulated requirements. You are also responsible for maintaining lighting and marking equipment on your implements to ensure they continue to meet the requirements.

Equipment transported on roads during the day or night must be marked and lit according to the requirements and regulations of the Traffic Safety Act.

Canada West Equipment Dealer’s Association (CWEDA)

The Canada West Equipment Dealer’s Association is working in cooperation with the provincial government to deliver the “Make It Safe, Make It Visible” safety message to Alberta producers and farm equipment owners and operators. The Association supports the recommendations found in this section to improve visibility and safety.

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This information published to the web on March 25, 2009.
Last Reviewed/Revised on August 4, 2016.