SafetyVantage Ground Disturbance to Supervisors - ABCGA endorced - level 2 (201)

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  • DURATION: 5 HOUR
  • CERTIFICATE VALID: 3 Years
  • PASSING GRADE: 80%
  • EXAM ATTEMPTS: 3

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Ground Disturbance Level 2
for Supervisors

Endorsed by ABCGA – Standard 201 (previously ADPC Level II)

This ABCGA endorsed Ground Disturbance Level 2 for Supervisors course is designed for supervisors and anyone who is involved in, or needs a strong understanding of ground disturbance procedures. It provides an in-depth understanding of ground disturbance legislation, safe work procedures, and the damage prevention process. SafetyVantage is a strong supporter of, and encourages all trainees to visit, Call Before You Dig to assist in safely identify buried utility lines before breaking ground.

Course topics include:

  • Understanding ground disturbance
  • Understanding and implementing the damage prevention process
  • The process:
    o Pre-job planning
    o Investigating buried facility information sources
    o Notifications and approvals
    o Locates and markers
    o Exposing buried facilities
    o Backfilling
  • Emergency response
  • Consequences of damaging buried facilities

To successfully complete the course, learners have 3 attempts to achieve 80% or higher on the exam. Upon completion the learner receives a Certificate of Achievement that is valid for 3 years from the date of completion.

Online duration subject to student capabilities.

This Ground Disturbance Level 2 course is aligned with the Enform IRP 17 standard and has been submitted, assessed and has received full endorsement by the Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA) when assessed against their Standard – Ground Disturbance of Supervisors 201 (previously Ground Disturbance for Supervisors Level 2 or ADPC Level II).

SafetyVantage’s executive team have been members of the ABCGA (previously the ADPC – Alberta Damage Prevention Council) since 2008 and have, throughout their involvement, been active participants, proponents and supporters in developing an online course standard for industry.

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