This course is designed for planners, managers, supervisors and employees who are or will be required to develop, plan and implement any kind of ground disturbance. Topics presented will include: identifying and defining ground disturbance; describing the hazards of ground disturbance; what permits and agreements will be required; how to locate and identify underground facilities; regulations associated with ground disturbance; reclamation overview; responsibilities for owners and ground disturber; and safety requirements. Theoretical concepts presented will be supplemented with a small group exercise related to planning a pipeline job.
*This Supervisory Level Ground Disturbance course has been assessed and is endorsed by the Alberta Common Ground Alliance as meeting the requirements of ABCGA Standard 201 Ground Disturbance Supervisory. Please click here to go to the ABCGA website.