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The ORCGA would like to thank the following locations for flying our Dig Safe flag, proclaiming April as Dig Safe Month with an official Proclamation or holding a Dig Safe event:

• Toronto

• Durham Region

• Barrie

• Sudbury

• Burlington

• Thunder Bay

• Chatham/Windsor

• Collingwood

• Niagara Region

• Cambridge

• St. Catharines

• Sarnia/St. Clair Township

• Northumberland


Thank you for your continued support!  Keep an eye on our social media platforms for more Dig Safe month information! 


If you would like more information or have questions about Dig Safe Month, email



More information coming soon! 

Enbridge Gas Inc.

The Safe Excavation Training (SET) course sets the standard on damage prevention and safe excavation practices around underground infrastructure. It is the knowledge requirement for excavators in Ontario.


Excavators who successfully complete the training will be awarded the Safe Excavation Certificate, demonstrating they know best practices and proper procedures to minimize damage, ensure worker and public safety, and keep projects on time and on budget. They enhance their own and their company’s reputation as professionals dedicated to the health of the industry and the public.


Developed by the ORCGA in consultation with numerous subject matter experts and corporate training experts Flint Learning Solutions, this training is based on the latest research and resources on excavation best practices, legislation and standards. It provides instruction on the fundamentals of compliance, planning and design, notification service, locating and marking, and excavation.




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Vivax Canada
Industry News


Source:  Canada Energy Regulator

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has released its final investigation report on the 2021 Minell Pipeline incident. A farmer ruptured a natural gas pipeline in McAuley, Manitoba, while using a tractor to maintain a water drainage channel in his field. The pipeline did not have adequate soil coverage, creating a serious safety hazard. Thankfully, no one was injured, but ensuring an incident like this doesn’t happen again is a priority.


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Source:  Enbridge Gas Inc.
Exposing a yellow-coloured service line doesn’t mean it is natural gas. This presentation will provide tips to help excavators recognize the differences between natural gas lines and telecommunications conduits when exposed in the field.
Vermeer Canada Inc.
Ear to the Ground

Spring/Summer 2023 Edition of Ear to the Ground is


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