Best Practices Committee

The SCGA’s Best Practices Committee is represented by key stakeholders within Saskatchewan and will review and assess the opportunity…

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Public Awareness and Education Committee

The SCGA’s Public Awareness and Education Committee assess, develop and deliver the best ways to promote Dig Safe awareness…

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One Call

The SCGA continues to have discussions surrounding Mandatory One Call Legislation for Saskatchewan. In August, 2014 the Mandatory One…

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Welcome to the Saskatchewan Common Ground Alliance (SCGA)

We are a member driven organization dedicated to ensuring worker and public safety, environmental protection and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices in connection with underground infrastructure activities. In promoting a spirit of shared responsibility, the SCGA welcomes all stakeholders who would like to be a part of the identification and promotion of best practices that lead to a reduction in damage. Any “best practices,” endorsed by the SCGA come with consensus support from experts representing the following stakeholder groups:

Excavators Water Telecommunications Regulators
Locators One Call Oil Insurance
Road Builders Public Works Gas Emergency Services
Electric Equipment Manufacturing Railroad Engineering/Design

 

Safe Ground Disturbance Check List

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Hey @PremierScottMoe on this Happy Canada Day! Please retweet to remind everyone who plans to disturb the ground to go to https://t.co/6NAFX08Fop and put in a FREE locate request to Dig Safe in SK! #clickbeforeyoudig #digsafe

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Happy Canada Day from the SCGA! Please note Sask 1st Call will only be taking emergency calls today! We hope everyone can take a well-deserved break to celebrate living in the greatest country in the world! You can still request a locate online at https://t.co/VDZ2sWazhm

Today is the 108th anniversary of the @CityofRegina Cyclone, a 1912 tornado that resulted in 28 deaths, 100's of injuries & $1.2M in property damage (that would be $485M today). Below is devastation to the Regina Gov't Telephone Exchange building on Lorne St.

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