People rely on us to help support their quality of life. That's why we build safety and reliability into our energy infrastructure long before we begin to operate any of our systems.

Enbridge’s response to COVID-19

We know our customers depend on us to safely and reliably provide the energy they need. We are prepared to do that under any circumstances

The lifecycle of an Enbridge pipeline

With proper design, construction, operation and maintenance, pipelines have a very long life. The safety of people, and protection of the environment, is our top priority throughout the entire pipeline lifecycle.

Infographic: Safe systems 24/7/365

Get the big picture on Enbridge's multi-pronged approach to safety.


Enbridge actively looks for opportunities to adapt and harness technology to keep our pipelines and distribution systems safe.


We are committed to putting safety first and being transparent—when it comes to our operations as a company, and our actions as a neighbor.

Infographic: How we prepare

Our first goal is always to prevent incidents before they happen, but if they do, we're ready to respond safely and effectively.

2019 Enbridge Safety Report to the Community

How well are we are meeting our commitment to keep you and your neighbors safe? Judge for yourself.


Safety goes beyond preventing incidents on our systems. We also devote our energy and resources to keeping our neighbors and communities safe.

Infographic: How we respond
When an incident occurs, we respond safely and effectively to minimize the impact on people, communities and the environment.
Emergency management: An overview
Enbridge's emergency management programs are based on mitigation and prevention, preparedness, response and recovery
Safe digging and damage prevention

If you're excavating near a pipeline right-of-way (ROW), you need to call your local toll-free one-call number in either the U.S. or Canada in advance.