Underground Infrastructure Damage Prevention - Best Practices
The Canadian Common Ground Alliance (CCGA) has produced National Harmonized Best Practices based on the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance Best Practices, version 8.0 and the product of a collaborative effort among all Regional Partners of the Common Ground Alliance in Canada. The CCGA also acknowledges the established Common Ground Alliance Best Practices (United States) initiated by the Common Ground Study and presented to the U.S. Secretary of Transportation in June 1999. This set of National Harmonized Best Practices 1.0 - 2014, is the first but, through the commitment and consensus of its members working together towards a safer Canada, will be part of an ongoing effort to develop new damage prevention practices as well as improve existing ones. These practices represent a dynamic statement of the type of activities that CCGA believes would provide optimum levels of diligence towards preventing damage to underground infrastructure.
- Record URL:
Canadian Common Ground Alliance,
- Publication Date: 2014
- Media Type: Web
- Pagination: 1 PDF file, 5 MB, 104p.
- TRT Terms: Cables; Construction; Electricity; Fuels; Loss and damage; Pipe; Planning; Prevention; State of the art reports
- Uncontrolled Terms: Subterranean
- ITRD Terms: 4530: Cable; 3655: Construction; 1614: Damage; 6954: Electricity; 3850: Fuel; 3361: Pipe; 143: Planning; 9149: Prevention; 8588: State of the art report; 4372: Subterranean
- Subject Areas: Construction; Energy; Planning and Forecasting; I50: Construction and Supervision of Construction;
- Accession Number: 01569325
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Transportation Association of Canada (TAC)
- Files: ITRD, TAC
- Created Date: Jul 10 2015 2:31PM