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DamageAccess: Cloud Based Reporting Service
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DamageAccess is an online tool that allows utilities and contractors to report both damages to underground utility facilities and violations of safe excavating practices that did not result in asset damage. It eliminates all manual handling of damage reports achieving greater accuracy in reporting to Public Utilities Regulatory Authorities, increasing efficiencies and improving visibility across all incidents.
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Upcoming Events

Source: Infrastructure Resources |

It is with deepest regret Infrastructure Resources is announcing the cancellation of the 2020 CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although over 800 people were still planning to attend, the safety concerns in California have now escalated to the point where we feel the safety of our attendees could be in jeopardy.

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National News

Source: Conference Board of Canada |

This site is our go-to resource for insights and analysis on COVID-19. Here, we bring you quick-read articles based on our multi-disciplinary research. Each article gives you a fact-based understanding of the complex issues impacting you and your organization.

The Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations and several of it's partner associations across Canada have compiled resources to help workers in the construction industry during the COVID-19 crisis, including self-assessment tools, worksite best practies and guidance documents. Click on their respective COVID-19 resources pages below.

40 years as Canada's Premier Utility Contractor
Since 1978, we've delivered projects safely, on time and on budget. Valard has full-service capabilities for transmission, distribution, substations, foundations, telecommunications and renewable energy. In addition, Valard is head of the Valard Group of Companies, and part of the Quanta Group, the largest electrical power contractor in North America. We have the experience, knowledge and resources to take on any utility project, any size, any complexity, any place.
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Association News

April is National DigSafe Month in Canada and serves as a reminder to everyone to visit a few days before the start of a digging project to identify the approximate location of buried utilities.

If you're isolating at home and are considering a backyard project, for your safety and the safety of others, please have the location of underground utilities marked!

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Avril est le mois national de la campagne Creusez sans Danger et sert de rappel à tous de visiter le site quelques jours avant de commencer le projet d’excavation afin de déterminer l’emplacement approximatif des infrastructures souterraines de services publics.

Si, tout en isolant à la maison, vous songiez à faire un travaux extérieurs nécessitant l'excavation du sol, pour votre sécurité et celle d'autrui, s'il vous plaît déterminer l’emplacement exact des infrastructures souterraines !

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Regional Partners

Source: Alberta One

Alberta One-Call's capacity to provide services is not impacted by the COVID-19 virus at this time; however, in an effort to optimize effectiveness, all parties are urged to submit locate requests online (with the exception of emergency locate requests) via


Source: SCGA |

The Saskatchewan Common Ground Alliance Board of Director’s has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Contractor DIG SAFE Breakfast presentations.


Source: BC 1 Call |

Health and safety have never been more important as we deal with the impacts of COVID-19. Help keep our province safe and free of unnecessary service outages, environmental impacts and the related diversion of critical resources associated with damage and repairs.


Source: Info-Ex |

Following the Quebec government’s new guidelines regarding the closure of non-essential construction sites for the next three weeks, Info-Excavation will maintain its services to answer and process all requests that will be received.

All Info-Excavation employees work remotely and are able to manage all your requests and inquiries whether for regular or emergency excavation work.


De: Info-Ex |

À la suite des nouvelles directives du gouvernement du Québec concernant la fermeture des chantiers non essentiels pour une période de 3 semaines, Info-Excavation maintiendra ses services de réponses et de traitement de demandes.

Tous les employés d’Info-Excavation travaillent à distance et répondent à vos besoins, que ce soit pour des travaux urgents ou réguliers.