Civil Construction

Pre-Excavation Management Around Sub-Surface Utilities

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Course Summary

Before you start any type of ground disturbing work, are you 100% sure you’ve done EVERYTHING you can to avoid any costly damage or injury?

Pre-Excavation Management around Subsurface Utilities Course (PEMC) is a unique industry program designed for anyone involved in planning, supervising and undertaking ground-breaking/excavating work on sites where underground utilities may be present. 

This course covers the requirements and regulatory obligations of locating and identifying subsurface utilities.

You’ll also learn about industry standards and recommended best practice, techniques and procedures to help you make informed decisions before excavating around subsurface utilities – and avoid costly mistakes and injury.

To date, the course has attracted more than 4,200 participants, with 81% recommending the program. It’s available via scheduled webinars (summer dates below), On Demand webinar or face-to-face presentation at your work site.

Program participants have included: project and site managers, HSE/HESQ managers, engineers, supervisors, foreman and leading hands from across the construction and trade industries.

So before you start your next project – play it safe and register for the PEMC webinar.

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