Buried utilities are vital for the functioning of today’s cities as they provide gas, water, electricity, broadband and the removal of sewage and surface water.
The Cross Bore Safety Association (CBSA) and numerous participating organizations and individuals have combined efforts to assemble the most comprehensive collection of recommendations to date
Excavation contractors work tirelessly to perform exemplary work while providing a safe and effective work environment. Damage prevention is, and always has been, a big
Working in confined spaces may pose inherent dangers. OSHA regulations help ensure employers take effective steps to mitigate or eliminate these dangers. OSHA revised its
The damage prevention industry has always understood that data collection is critical. Data measures our progress and our challenges; data paves the way forward and
Part 1: The Early Years How does someone go from 25-plus years in the utility business to becoming the Western Education Liaison for North Carolina
SAFETY IN NUMBERS: Creating Improvement through a Focus on Key Damage Prevention Metrics Involving Buried Infrastructure
NEARLY 70 YEARS AGO, management theorist and author Peter Drucker coined the oft-quoted phrase, “What gets measured, gets managed.” The use of metrics plays a key