Georgia 811 News

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Free Ticket to the Global Excavation VIRTUAL Safety Conference

Georgia 811 Members & Excavators, Georgia 811 has won a free ticket (valued at $750) to the Global Excavation Safety VIRTUAL Conference and we want to pass along the ticket to one of our safety-conscious stakeholders. The conference will include educational sessions valuable to both excavators and member utilities. Topics range from excavation safety practices, […]

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Georgia 811 Member Education

Georgia 811 wants to remind members of their responsibility to regularly update their Service Area Maps. At a minimum, members are required to update their map when new facilities are acquired or installed outside of their current service area. Recommendation: establish a protocol where Service Area Maps are checked on a regular basis depending on […]

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February News & Announcements

Georgia 811 is a sponsor of the 2021 Digging Dangers series. If you would like to show one of the videos at an upcoming safety training, feel free to visit our “Training Videos” option on the Resource tab at   Excavator Manuals are now available to view ON THE GO in both English and […]

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eRequest Maintenance

On Wednesday, February 3, 2021, Georgia 811 will be conducting system maintenance between 8:00 PM and 10:00 PM. Only eRequest will be affected during this time and will be unavailable. Some users may receive an error message when navigating to eRequest for a short period outside of this maintenance window. We encourage those users to […]

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2020 Year-End Ticket Data

2020 year-end ticket data is now available, and Georgia 811 has created a one page visual to share with stakeholders. Click on the image below to view the full size version.

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Georgia 811 To Observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The Georgia 811 offices will be closed on Monday, January 18th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Please plan your excavation and digging notifications accordingly.

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