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  • 17 Sep 2015 1:30 PM | Anonymous

    The Western Canada 2014 Damage Information Reporting Tool (DIRT) Report provides detailed analyses and recommendations pertaining to the submitted buried asset damage event reports in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.

    Download the Western Canada 2014 DIRT Report (4MB - PDF)

  • 16 Jul 2015 9:24 AM | Anonymous
    By Action of the Board on 15 July 2015, Alberta Hot Line Inc.. has been granted full endorsement of their online Safe Digging training program as meeting the requirements of the ABCGA Standard 201, Ground Disturbance - Supervisory.

  • 19 Jun 2015 11:19 AM | Anonymous

    By Action of the Board on 17 June 2015, Astec Safety inc. has been granted full endorsement of their online Ground Disturbance for Supervisors training program as meeting the requirements of the ABCGA Standard 201, Ground Disturbance - Supervisory.

  • 24 Mar 2015 6:09 PM | Anonymous


    Alberta has a very comprehensive and complex infrastructure that provides essential goods and services to all Albertans. Each year there are numerous instances where the integrity of this infrastructure is jeopardized by improperly conducted ground disturbances. Failure to Click, Tap or Call Before You Dig to have buried facilities identified and their locations marked prior to disturbing the ground is the most frequent cause of buried facility damages.

    The consequences of damage to buried facilities can include service disruptions, environmental contamination, property damage, personal injury and death.

    All ground disturbers, including contractors, excavators, homeowners and land owners, can save time and money and keep themselves and our province safe and connected by following ground disturbance and buried facility damage prevention Best Practices. These include making that simple call to Alberta One-Call in advance of any ground disturbance project, waiting for the buried facility locates to be done, respecting the locate marks, exposing any conflicting buried facilities before using mechanical excavation equipment and digging with care.

    The stakeholders in the buried facility damage prevention process – the digging community, buried facility owners and operators, buried facility locators, regulatory agencies, training providers and the one-call centre – all agree that the prevention of damage to buried facilities is a shared responsibility.

    The organizations endorsing this initiative strongly advocate:

    • the need to Click, Tap or Call Before You Dig;
    • membership in Alberta One-Call by all buried facility owners and operators;
    • formal ground disturbance training for commercial ground disturbers; and
    • use of Alberta One-Call to request buried facility locates.

    As April is the traditional start-up of the annual digging season, the Alberta Common Ground Alliance proclaims April as SAFE DIGGING MONTH and encourages all ground disturbers to always Click, Tap or Call Before You Dig.

    Click Before You Dig


  • 19 Mar 2015 3:40 PM | Anonymous

    EAPUOC (Edmonton Area Pipeline and Utility Operators' Committee Safety Seminar & Trade Show takes place on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 from 7am - 4:30pm at Festival Place in Sherwood Park, AB.

    Visit www.eapuoc.com for full details.

    $52.50 (includes GST)
    Entrance Ticket includes Trade Show, Seminar,
    Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Coffee Breaks

    Trade Show Participation
    $367.50 (includes GST)
    MOVE IN – Monday, April 6, 2015 / 1pm - 5pm
    TEAR DOWN – Immediately Following Seminar

    Contact Information
    To Order Tickets, Reserve Trade Show Booth Space
    or obtain information on the event
    Contact Judy McBride
    judymcbride@shaw.ca • 780.467.0649

  • 08 Jan 2015 10:18 AM | Anonymous


    Event Details

    Join the Alberta Common Ground Alliance in Calgary as we bring together the digging community working towards Creating a Culture of Safety.

    Theme: Communication is the key to safety      

    March 4, 2015
    Where? Commonwealth Centre
    Unit 1177 - 3961 52 Avenue NE
    Calgary, AB


  • 19 Dec 2014 9:43 AM | Anonymous

    You are invited to the ABCGA Damage Prevention Safety Conference.

    Theme: Communication is the key to safety

    March 4, 2015


    Commonwealth Centre
    Unit 1177 - 3961 52 Avenue NE
    Calgary, Alberta  
    View Commonwealth Centre on Google Maps.
  • 06 Nov 2014 10:43 AM | Anonymous

    The CCGA is pleased to announce completion of the CCGA Best Practice Harmonization Project and release of The CCGA Best Practices - Volume 1.0! The CCGA unveiled Volume 1.0 at the 2014 Damage Prevention Symposium in Banff, Alberta October 29, 2014.

    Please note an update to this post as of 11.28.2016 - Best Practice Volume 2.0 is now available in English and French

    CCGA Facebook CCGA Twitter 

    The CCGA will provide advance notice when new versions of the Best Practices are to be released.

    To order printed copies of The CCGA Best Practices Volume 2.0, please email info@canadiancga.com. Cost per book is $10.00 CDN and includes shipping and handling.

  • 17 Mar 2014 1:16 AM | Anonymous

    Below is an explanation of the documents relative to the Alberta Common Ground Alliance's “April is Safe Digging Month” campaign that are posted on this website. The return of the completed Proclamation as outlined in item 5 is the measuring stick for the success of our campaign. The other documents are important to the understanding of this initiative.

    1. Introduction letter 2014 – Explains who supports this initiative and what you can do.

    2. Rationale 2014 – Describes why Safe Digging Month was initiated and who the supporting organizations are.

    3. Presentation 2014 – PowerPoint presentation that can be used as a tool kit item at team Safety meetings.

    4. Poster 2014 – Poster can be printed and posted at yours and your colleagues work places. If you require professionally printed copies please email safediggingmonth@yahoo.ca.

    5. Proclamation 2014 – To be signed by your department head and returned by email to safediggingmonth@yahoo.ca, by filling in the Proclamation & submitting by clicking the ‘Click Here to Submit’ button at the bottom of the Proclamation or fax to 403-531-3703.

    6. ABCGA Brochure – Describes what the Alberta Common Ground Alliance is, their role, the benefits of sponsorship and membership, membership types and who the sponsors are.

    Please distribute this information to anyone that you feel may benefit.

    Please Dig with C.A.R.E.

    Click before you dig. Allow time for locates. Respect the locates. Excavate with care.

    Finally, we respectfully request that you add the April is Safe Digging Month image below to your signature line on any outgoing email and other written communications showing your support of Safe Digging Month.

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