Annual Report to Parliament 2010-2011

Figure 1: Occurrences Reported to the TSB
In 2005, there were 2276 reported accidents, 1389 mandatorily reported incidents, 810 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 192 fatalities.
In 2006, there were 2153 reported accidents, 1330 mandatorily reported incidents, 858 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 168 fatalities.
In 2007, there were 2112 reported accidents, 1429 mandatorily reported incidents, 1067 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 156 fatalities.
In 2008, there were 1899 reported accidents, 1476 mandatorily reported incidents, 909 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 167 fatalities.
In 2009, there were 1748 reported accidents, 1360 mandatorily reported incidents, 763 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 155 fatalities.
In 2010, there were 1727 reported accidents, 1349 mandatorily reported incidents, 765 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 168 fatalities.
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Figure 2: Investigations Started, in Process and Completed
In 2005-2006, there were 78 investigations started, 105 investigations in process, and 75 investigations completed.
In 2006-2007, there were 68 investigations started, 119 investigations in process, and 54 investigations completed.
In 2007-2008, there were 71 investigations started, 108 investigations in process, and 82 investigations completed.
In 2008-2009, there were 64 investigations started, 84 investigations in process, and 88 investigations completed.
In 2009-2010, there were 68 investigations started, 79 investigations in process, and 73 investigations completed.
In 2010-2011, there were 57 investigations started, 71 investigations in process, and 65 investigations completed.
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Figure 3: Ratings of Assessments of Responses, 1990-2011
From 1990 to 2011, 71 % of the responses to recommendations were rated as Fully Satisfactory.
From 1990 to 2011, 11 % of the responses to recommendations were rated as Satisfactory Intent.
From 1990 to 2011, 13 % of the responses to recommendations were rated as Satisfactory in Part.
From 1990 to 2011, 4 % of the responses to recommendations were rated as Unsatisfactory.
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Figure 4: Watchlist Recommendations Ratings of Assessments of Responses, 1990-2011
From 1990 to 2011, 29 % of the responses to recommendations were rated as Fully Satisfactory.
From 1990 to 2011, 54 % of the responses to recommendations were rated as Satisfactory Intent.
From 1990 to 2011, 10 % of the responses to recommendations were rated as Satisfactory in Part.
From 1990 to 2011, 7 % of the responses to recommendations were rated as Unsatisfactory.
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Figure 5: Air Occurrences and Fatalities
In 2005, there were 306 air reported accidents, 805 mandatorily reported incidents, 573 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 69 fatalities.
In 2006, there were 303 air reported accidents, 811 mandatorily reported incidents, 487 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 55 fatalities.
In 2007, there were 325 air reported accidents, 882 mandatorily reported incidents, 666 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 57 fatalities.
In 2008, there were 294 air reported accidents, 901 mandatorily reported incidents, 676 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 64 fatalities.
In 2009, there were 297 air reported accidents, 788 mandatorily reported incidents, 564 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 70 fatalities.
In 2010, there were 288 air reported accidents, 816 mandatorily reported incidents, 552 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 70 fatalities.
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Figure 6: Canadian-Registered Aircraft Accident Rates
In 2001, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 7.4.
In 2002, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 7.1.
In 2003, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 7.5.
In 2004, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 6.1.
In 2005, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 6.3.
In 2006, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 6.4.
In 2007, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 6.7.
In 2008, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 5.8.
In 2009, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 6.2.
In 2010, the Canadian-registered aircraft accident rate per 100 000 hours was 6.0.
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Figure 7: Marine Occurrences and Fatalities
In 2005, there were 489 marine reported accidents, 260 mandatorily reported incidents, 88 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 20 fatalities.
In 2006, there were 472 marine reported accidents, 235 mandatorily reported incidents, 95 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 18 fatalities.
In 2007, there were 460 marine reported accidents, 260 mandatorily reported incidents, 96 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 15 fatalities.
In 2008, there were 420 marine reported accidents, 275 mandatorily reported incidents, 63 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 29 fatalities.
In 2009, there were 393 marine reported accidents, 247 mandatorily reported incidents, 55 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 14 fatalities.
In 2010, there were 352 marine reported accidents, 234 mandatorily reported incidents, 59 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 17 fatalities.
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Figure 8: Canadian-Flag Shipping Accident Rates
In 2001, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 3.9.
In 2002, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 3.3.
In 2003, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 3.3.
In 2004, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 3.8.
In 2005, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 3.4.
In 2006, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 3.1.
In 2007, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 3.9.
In 2008, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 4.7.
In 2009, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 4.7.
In 2010, the Canadian-flag shipping accident rate per 1000 vessel movements was 3.3.
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Figure 9: Rail Occurrences and Fatalities
In 2005, there were 1476 rail reported accidents, 245 mandatorily reported incidents, 148 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 103 fatalities.
In 2006, there were 1370 rail reported accidents, 221 mandatorily reported incidents, 189 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 94 fatalities.
In 2007, there were 1320 rail reported accidents, 223 mandatorily reported incidents, 303 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 84 fatalities.
In 2008, there were 1179 rail reported accidents, 216 mandatorily reported incidents, 169 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 74 fatalities.
In 2009, there were 1043 rail reported accidents, 207 mandatorily reported incidents, 144 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 71 fatalities.
In 2010, there were 1075 rail reported accidents, 159 mandatorily reported incidents, 154 voluntarily reported occurrences, and 81 fatalities.
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Figure 10: Main-Track Accident Rates
In 2001, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.8.
In 2002, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.3.
In 2003, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.6.
In 2004, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.7.
In 2005, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.9.
In 2006, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.4.
In 2007, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 3.0.
In 2008, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.5.
In 2009, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.3.
In 2010, the main-track accident rate per million main-track train-miles was 2.1.
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Figure 11: Pipeline Occurrences
In 2005, there were 5 pipeline reported accidents, 79 mandatorily reported incidents, and 1 voluntarily reported occurrence.
In 2006, there were 8 pipeline reported accidents, 63 mandatorily reported incidents, and 1 voluntarily reported occurrence.
In 2007, there were 7 pipeline reported accidents, 64 mandatorily reported incidents, and 2 voluntarily reported occurrences.
In 2008, there were 6 pipeline reported accidents, 84 mandatorily reported incidents, and 1 voluntarily reported occurrence.
In 2009, there were 15 pipeline reported accidents, 118 mandatorily reported incidents, and 0 voluntarily reported occurrence.
In 2010, there were 11 pipeline reported accidents, 140 mandatorily reported incidents, and 0 voluntarily reported occurrence.
No pipeline fatality has been reported since 1988.
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Figure 12: Pipeline Accident Rates
In 2001, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 1.85.
In 2002, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 1.57.
In 2003, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 1.63.
In 2004, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 0.54.
In 2005, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 0.39.
In 2006, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 0.61.
In 2007, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 0.53.
In 2008, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 0.48.
In 2009, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 1.21.
In 2010, the pipeline accident rate per exajoule was 0.89.
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