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  • Membership
    you Do you want to protect your underground lines If you answered yes to these questions then you must JOIN Pennsylvania One Call System it is the safest thing to do If you own or operate an underground line that serves one or more customers or consumers in Pennsylvania you are required by the UULP Law to be a member of Pennsylvania One Call System but is that the only reason you should join Of course the answer is no By joining Pennsylvania One Call System you not only protect your underground lines but you protect those living or working near those lines Becoming a member of Pennsylvania One Call System helps you avoid costly repairs to your underground facilities that were damaged because you did not know excavation work was occurring near your facilities Joining Pennsylvania One Call System receiving notifications of excavation work and marking the location of your underground lines when requested is the ounce of prevention needed to insure the safety of your underground lines Damage to underground lines causes problems for everyone involved and can be a threat to life property and the environment These damages can be easily prevented If you are not a member of Pennsylvania One Call System you have no right to recovery if your underground lines are damaged during excavation work under the law Why would you chance this unnecessary damage or cost Contact us to join today Call our Administrative Offices at 1 800 248 1786 to request a membership package It is a simple process and could not only protect your underground lines but it could save lives Do you have questions about whether you need to be a member of Pennsylvania One Call System You can review Section 4 of the User s Guide for PA Act 287 and Sections 1 2 and 7 2 of the Underground Utility Line Protection Act Still have questions Contact the Pennsylvania One Call Liaison Representative in your area You are digging near underground lines Was Pennsylvania One Call System notified at least three working days prior to the excavation Do the Facility Owners know about this excavation work If you do not call before you dig you could be risking damage to underground lines or worse Is the safety of your employees important to you If you answer yes to this question then you must CALL before you Dig it is the safest thing to do Dial 8 1 1 or 1 800 242 1776 not less than three business days nor more than ten business days prior to the start of your excavation work One simple phone call can help keep your employees safe on the job site Pennsylvania One Call System s facility owner members will receive the information about your job and mark the location of their underground lines at the site Knowing the location of the underground lines at your job site can give you a sense of security that you are taking one of the

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  • Common Ground Alliance
    Damages Database DIRT Member Database Verification Member Mapping Member Web Access Member Web Response IP Response Trapper E Mail Delivery Tickets Nearby Ticket Formats Finding Latitude Longitude Coordinates Applications How to Create an Account My POCS Links Request Applications Contact Contact Us Chat For The Media Homeowner Excavator Facility Owner Designer Project Owner Emergency Responder PA Damages Database Safety Days Skip breadcrumb navigation COMMON GROUND ALLIANCE REFERENCE MATERIALS Best Practices Version 13 0 The Best Practices Committee developed the following guide based on the Common Ground Study which includes the primary section with Practice Statements and Descriptions as well as Appendices A through D The verbatim restatement of all ancillary material contained in the original Study is available on the CGA Web site and is intended as an historical reference point for those persons interested in a more detailed background of the Best Practices The stakeholders involved with the original Common Ground Study never intended that the Best Practices would constitute a static model Rather they intended it to be a working document that would evolve over time as more was learned and as technology advanced The latest version Best Practices Version 13 0 was published in March 2016 Best Practices 13 0 Adobe PDF File DIRT 2014 Natural Gas Distribution DIRT Report Adobe PDF File 2014 DIRT Report Adobe PDF File 2013 DIRT Report Adobe PDF File 2012 DIRT Report Adobe PDF File 2011 DIRT Report Adobe PDF File 2010 DIRT Report Adobe PDF File 2009 DIRT Report Adobe PDF File 2008 DIRT Report Adobe PDF File 2007 DIRT Report Adobe PDF File Root Cause Tip Card Adobe PDF File One Call Systems International Damage Prevention by State interactive map of One Call Systems OCSI Resource Guide Adobe PDF File CGA Promotional Materials For more promotional materials go to

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  • Coordinating Committees
    Form Drawing Exchange Portal Web Ticket Entry Web Ticket Entry Training Excavator and Designer Web Access KARL Pre Construction Meeting Request Portal Pennsylvania Damages Database DIRT Member Database Verification Member Mapping Member Web Access Member Web Response IP Response Trapper E Mail Delivery Tickets Nearby Ticket Formats Finding Latitude Longitude Coordinates Applications How to Create an Account My POCS Links Request Applications Contact Contact Us Chat For The Media Homeowner Excavator Facility Owner Designer Project Owner Emergency Responder PA Damages Database Safety Days Skip breadcrumb navigation Pennsylvania Coordinating Committees Pennsylvania One Call System s liaisons continue to meet with statewide coordinating committees to discuss upcoming projects and productive ways to deter damage prevention Contractors and designers are encouraged to attend with their project plans Allegheny Kiski Valley Coordinating Committee Western Pennsylvania Delaware Valley Damage Prevention Committee Southeastern Pennsylvania Johnstown Area Public Service Coordination Committee Johnstown Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Public Service Coordination Committee Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Public Service Coordinating Committee Indiana County Pennsylvania Somerset Area Coordinating Committee Somerset County Pennsylvania Washington Area Utility Coordinating Committee Washington County Pennsylvania Contact us if you would like to be involved Common Ground Alliance CGA Coordinating Committees The CGA would like to partner with regional damage prevention groups for the purpose of encouraging communication about Best Practices between all stakeholders at local levels The purpose of the partnership is to strengthen initiatives among national regional state and local damage prevention groups and promote the use of damage prevention Best Practices The purpose is not to take over or control any damage prevention program but the CGA would like to team up with existing regional groups that share common goals with the CGA The CGA encourages the formation of these damage prevention groups where they do not currently exist Read more Home About Member Services Events Resource Center

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  • Cross Bore
    Cross Bore Safety Association You can find out more about Cross Bores at www peoples gas com CrossBores aspx and www crossboresafety org Cross Bore Video Downside to HDD Excavation Cross Bores Cross Bore An intersection of one underground utility or structure by a second utility resulting in a direct contact between the utilities A cross bore compromises the structural integrity of either the utility or the underground structure A Cross bores is created when some utility is mistakenly and unknowingly installed to pierce or pass through another utility e g when a gas or electric line installed by a mini HDD impact moling or plowing ends up passing through an existing sewer lateral Although HDD excavation to install underground utilities has many advantages cost installation time reduced restoration of the area to its original state there are dangers One danger is a cross bore when an installed utility compromises the integrity of a second and existing utility within the area of excavation The above photo depicts a sewer lateral compromised with the installation of a natural gas service line that has been installed with HDD equipment and techniques The danger in the installation depicted may not be in the compromised sewer lateral The sewer lateral appears as if it will still function The real danger is not today but tomorrow or next week or 5 years from now when the sewer lateral eventually becomes clogged and needs to be cleaned The plumber who cleans this sewer lateral will typically use a rotating cutting tool snaked through the sewer lateral to cut or grind through the blockage The cutting tool can easily cut through a plastic gas line compromising its integrity causing the escape of natural gas Because natural gas is lighter than air it will migrate upwards or back into the house The accumulation of natural gas in the house can be catastrophic when it finds an ignition point such as a water heater pilot light or a light switch Prevention Prevention of a cross bore during the installation of new underground facilities via HDD technologies is critical and mostly involves common sense planning observation and practices Call 811 in advance of your excavation State and federal laws obligate excavators to notify underground utility companies of their intent to excavate The national 8 1 1 three digit number is reserved for this use Laws vary but in general excavators are obligated to place an excavation notification 48 hours Washington DC two days West Virginia two business days Delaware Maryland Virginia or three business days Pennsylvania and New Jersey in advance of the start of work Identify every facility near or across the proposed excavation path With the work site marked every utility and service lateral must be identified and accounted for HDD excavation does not follow an exact planned path and it is critical to know what s below above around and across the proposed excavation path in the event the cutter head deviates from plan Facility owners are

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  • Facility Owner List
    Committees Cross Bores Facility Owner List Forms and Labels HDD Consortium Link to Link Pennsylvania Links One Call Centers Users Guide for PA Act 287 PA Act 287 Pipeline Safety Pipeline Safety Act Tailgate Safety Meetings Underspace Products Services How to Create An Account Work Location Request form Alternate Dispute Resolution Order Form Drawing Exchange Portal Web Ticket Entry Web Ticket Entry Training Excavator and Designer Web Access KARL Pre Construction Meeting Request Portal Pennsylvania Damages Database DIRT Member Database Verification Member Mapping Member Web Access Member Web Response IP Response Trapper E Mail Delivery Tickets Nearby Ticket Formats Finding Latitude Longitude Coordinates Applications How to Create an Account My POCS Links Request Applications Contact Contact Us Chat For The Media Homeowner Excavator Facility Owner Designer Project Owner Emergency Responder PA Damages Database Safety Days Skip breadcrumb navigation Facility Owner List Home About Member Services Events Resource Center Articles Brochures Membership Common Ground Alliance Coordinating Committees Cross Bores Facility Owner List Forms and Labels HDD Consortium Link to Link One Call Centers Users Guide for PA Act 287 PA Act 287 Pipeline Safety Pipeline Safety Act Tailgate Safety Meetings Underspace Products Services Applications Contact Homeowner Excavator Facility Owner Designer Project

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  • Forms and Labels
    PA Act 287 Pipeline Safety Pipeline Safety Act Tailgate Safety Meetings Underspace Products Services How to Create An Account Work Location Request form Alternate Dispute Resolution Order Form Drawing Exchange Portal Web Ticket Entry Web Ticket Entry Training Excavator and Designer Web Access KARL Pre Construction Meeting Request Portal Pennsylvania Damages Database DIRT Member Database Verification Member Mapping Member Web Access Member Web Response IP Response Trapper E Mail Delivery Tickets Nearby Ticket Formats Finding Latitude Longitude Coordinates Applications How to Create an Account My POCS Links Request Applications Contact Contact Us Chat For The Media Homeowner Excavator Facility Owner Designer Project Owner Emergency Responder PA Damages Database Safety Days Skip breadcrumb navigation Forms and Labels Labels Use for printing 5160 Avery Laser Labels 1 x 2 5 8 30 labels a sheet white or clear Permits and or Design work Abbreviation List Use when entering work site information through Web Ticket Entry Work Location Request form Use to record work site information before calling Home About Member Services Events Resource Center Articles Brochures Membership Common Ground Alliance Coordinating Committees Cross Bores Facility Owner List Forms and Labels HDD Consortium Link to Link One Call Centers Users Guide for PA

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  • Link to Link
    of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Adminstration PHMSA PENNDOT Subsurface Utility Engineering Manual Adobe PDF File Private Underground Utility Locating Services Pennsylvania One Call System does not endorse any company listed below Accumark 800 542 2990 www accumark us Allegheny Utility Solutions LLC 855 393 3463 www alleghenyutility com Atlantic Leak Detection Utility Locating 215 867 8150 www atlanticleak com Baker Installations 724 931 5707 www baker installations com Blood Hound Underground 888 858 9830 www bloodhoundunderground com Eastern Area Locating Lehigh Valley Pocono Mountains 610 657 3888 www easternarealocating com Environmental Equipment Supply 800 739 7706 www pumpandlocate com Enviroprobe Services Inc 800 596 7472 www gprcentral com Utility Mapping html Hydro Physics of Erie PA 888 493 7680 www hydrophysicserie com InfraMap Corp 609 371 5420 www inframap net Keystone Locating LLC 800 764 9152 www keystonelocating com Locating Logistics Inc 877 594 3257 www locatinglogistics com Master Locators 610 358 0172 www masterlocators com Premier Utility Services 631 363 6924 www premierutilityservices com Private Utility Locating Services PULS 800 883 6855 www pulsinc com The Underground Detective 888 747 3799 www undergrounddetective com Unlimited Locating Services LLC 717 585 4186 www ulsllc org USIC 317 575 7800 www usicllc com utility locating www pumpandlocate com Sub Surface Utility Engineering Companies Pennsylvania One Call System does not endorse any of company listed below A Morton Thomas Associates 720 505 9736 www amtengineering com Accumark 800 542 2990 www accumark us B L Myers Brothers 800 947 5552 www blmyers com Eichelbergers 800 360 0660 717 766 4800 www eichelbergers com GAP 814 266 9469 www teamgap com InfraMap Corp 609 371 5420 www inframap net Johnson Mirmiran Thompson Inc 800 472 2310 www jmt com JMT Environmental Technologies 610 837 8000 www jmtenv com KCI Technologies 412 824 7046 215 333 4400 717 691 1340 www kci com L Robert Kimball 814 472 7700 www kimballcorp com Robinson Pipe Cleaning 724 228 5600 www caryloncorp com companies cfm So Deep 610 558 0830 www sodeep com SoftDig 610 738 8762 www softdig com Taylor Wiseman Taylor 610 918 9200 www taylorwiseman com TBE Group 800 861 8314 www tbegroup com US Radar Inc 732 566 2035 www usradar com Vacuum Excavation Equipment Rental Companies Pennsylvania One Call System does not endorse any company listed below Ditch Witch 724 742 2844 732 446 9600 www ditchwitch com Vermeer 888 213 8340 888 572 4283 www vermeer com Vacuum Excavation Services Pennsylvania One Call System does not endorse any company listed below A Morton Thomas Associates 720 505 9736 www amtengineering com Badger Daylighting 215 964 0580 www badgerinc com Henkels McCoy 215 283 7600 www henkels com M White Utility Contractors LLC 215 679 7372 www mwhiteutility com Parratt Wolff Inc 570 523 8913 www pwinc com Terra Testing Inc 724 746 9100 www terratestinginc com Safety Training Information Pennsylvania One Call System Inc does not endorse any of the following companies Association of Equipment Manufacturers www aem

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  • Pennsylvania Links
    287 PA Act 287 Pipeline Safety Pipeline Safety Act Tailgate Safety Meetings Underspace Products Services How to Create An Account Work Location Request form Alternate Dispute Resolution Order Form Drawing Exchange Portal Web Ticket Entry Web Ticket Entry Training Excavator and Designer Web Access KARL Pre Construction Meeting Request Portal Pennsylvania Damages Database DIRT Member Database Verification Member Mapping Member Web Access Member Web Response IP Response Trapper E Mail Delivery Tickets Nearby Ticket Formats Finding Latitude Longitude Coordinates Applications How to Create an Account My POCS Links Request Applications Contact Contact Us Chat For The Media Homeowner Excavator Facility Owner Designer Project Owner Emergency Responder PA Damages Database Safety Days Skip breadcrumb navigation Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Homepage Pennsylvania Municipal Information Pennsylvania Municipalities Pennsylvania Cities and Boroughs Pennsylvania State Data Center Population Data City Population Pennsylvania City Data Bigger Cities Pennsylvania Together We Teach Population of Pennsylvania Cities and Boroughs City Town Info Pennsylvania 2010 PA Census by Municipality Adobe PDF File Home About Member Services Events Resource Center Articles Brochures Membership Common Ground Alliance Coordinating Committees Cross Bores Facility Owner List Forms and Labels HDD Consortium Link to Link Pennsylvania Links One Call Centers Users Guide for PA Act

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