The British Columbia Common Ground Alliance is a non-profit organization established to lead development of consistent practices and coordination of activities to ensure the highest possible standards of public safety,worker safety and damage prevention in connection with underground infrastructure.
The BC Common Ground Alliance is affiliated with the Common Ground Alliance in the United States and with other similar partner groups in Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Safety is a Shared Responsibility.
Best Practice V 3.0 Ready for Review and Comments
The Best Practice Committee has completed its review of the BCCGA Best Practice Guide and is looking for your input. Please provide your comments on Best Practice V3.0 Draft for Comments to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15th.
Canadian Symposium for Damage Prevention – November 12 to 14, 2013
Your input is important!
The Canadian Common Ground Alliance (CCGA) is hosting its first Canadian Damage Prevention Symposium at the Delta Lodge in Kananaskis. This event will focus on critical issues specific to Canadian stakeholders. This will be an opportunity to meet with peers from across Canada and share knowledge & ideas.
In order to make this inaugural event the best possible, the CCGA needs to gather some information about important topics you would like covered at the event. Please follow this link to complete a brief survey:
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Contractors’ Breakfast Series
Ground disturbers – excavating contractors, road crews, public works crews, landscapers, fence installers, sign companies, farmers, homeowners and anyone else who breaks ground – will be invited to learn more about keeping themselves and their communities safe by following proper ground disturbance procedures.
Next breakfast TBD
For companies who disturb the ground in any way, our DigSafe BC! workshop is important. We all want to stop hits on underground infrastructure and keep you, the public and the environment safe.
Next Workshops (Location & Dates):