If you – or the operator of a buried utility – determines that a proposed ground disturbance may create a hazardous situation for workers or the general public, or threaten the integrity of a buried utility, you should discuss the situation with the utility operator to develop a mutually acceptable solution.
Articles in this section
- Do I have to be home to meet the locators?
- Is it mandatory to place a locate request with the one-call system?
- What if I think the situation is hazardous?
- Does Alberta One-Call issue permits or crossing agreements?
- Will I incur charges for locating services requested through Alberta One-Call?
- It has been two full working days and I have not had a response to my locate request. Can I begin the excavation?
- Why should I mark the work area with white paint?
- What if I need to make changes to my locate request?
- What if I need locates sooner than two full working days?
- Can I request a specific time to meet the locators?