2023 ORCGA DAMAGE PREVENTION SYMPOSIUM
FEBRUARY 7 – 9 CAESARS RESORT AND CONVENTION CENTRE
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
2023 marks 20 years of the ORCGA advocating, educating, and promoting safe digging practices in Ontario. Help us celebrate this milestone by attending this years Symposium at Caesars Windsor!
Join us for 2.5 days of networking, educational sessions, and the return of our tradeshow.
Limited Sponsorships and booths are still available.
REGISTER BEFORE DECEMBER 30TH!
Receive $150 off our regular full conference fee.
Full Conference: $850
Our speakers from across Canada who will provide practical, relevant information which will focus on damage prevention public awareness initiatives and expand stakeholder knowledge on efforts to protect essential infrastructure.
Recently the CCGA released version 4.0 of one of its signature publications, The CCGA Best Practice Manual. Inside is the collective knowledge of hundreds of individuals from across Canada. The best practices found in the manual were all reached by the consensus of countless stakeholders and offer more specifics on the best way to prevent damage than Legislation, Regulation or Standards could ever do.
Let's look at the key benefits of utilizing the CCGA Best Practices within your organization.
Source: Penticton Herald
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Source: Failed Architecture
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Source: New York Times
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