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  • PROPPER Phases of Safe Digging - The Value of Reviewing and Preparing Documentation


    Although a detailed plan is paramount to a safe ground disturbance (excavation), it is of little value if review and preparation of documentation are not completed.

  • PROPPER Phases of Safe Digging – The Importance of a Plan


    Effective planning is the foundation of an efficient and safe ground disturbance.


  • Radio Detection Receiver Frequency Tip


    Have you ever been frustrated by having to scroll through every frequency on your RD Locator after pressing the f button one too many times?

  • Upcoming Field Training Dates for July & August 2018


    Locate Management's Locator Field Training is designed for the Underground Facility Locator (UFL) who has successfully completed industry specific knowledge development courses. (Click here to see the list of our online underground facility locator training courses.)

  • Gold Shovel Standard Digging Awareness Program


    Locate Management is pleased to announce the availability of our new Gold Shovel Standard Digging Awareness Course. This course was developed to provide an awareness course for workers that meets the requirements laid out by the Gold Shovel Standard.

  • New Locating and Marking Course Released


    Locate Management is pleased to make available our online Locating and Marking course.

    Developed with input from a cross-sector of industries, Locate Management's new online Locating and Marking 0.5 days (up to 4hours) course is aimed at developing locating and marking skills and attitudes. This e-learning course describes Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) and where locating fits into SUE. It explains locate marks and guidelines for marking operator facilities. The course also discusses eletromagnetic locating methods, obstacles and tracing problems.

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Locate Management, delivers E-Learning to the locating and ground disturbance (excavation) industries. We also provide Locator field training, field assessment, and locator training needs assessment services.

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Dirt Tool 

The Damage Information Reporting Tool (DIRT) is a database of voluntarily and anonymously submitted data about underground damage and near-miss reports. The CGA DIRT committee produces an annual DIRT Report based on the data, which produces valuable recommendations to damage prevention stakeholders about how to best protect buried facilities.

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