Planning a project that involves digging? You can learn how to "dig safe" by attending an upcoming webinar hosted by PG&E. Join one of these sessions to learn about the importance of calling 811 before any digging project, no matter how large or small, and to learn how to dig safely once any underground utility lines are marked for your project site. There will be an opportunity for you to ask questions as part of the session.
IMPORTANT: When joining the webinar, select "Join anonymously" to access the session.
Wednesday, September 21
3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, September 24
10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Safety is our highest priority at PG&E. To ensure that you remain safe when doing any digging projects, always call 811 first. 811 is a free service managed by Underground Service Alert and available to everyone. After you call, Underground Service Alert will contact PG&E and other companies that have underground lines in your area. Representatives will then mark the location of their underground lines so you can avoid them and dig safely. Whether you are planting a tree or a garden, or digging holes for fence posts, call 811 at least two business days before you plan to start your project. For more information visit California 811.
Learn more about safe digging by going to the webpages linked below.
Put safety first. Find out the steps you need to take to prevent accidents when digging on your property.
Prevent damage caused by gas leaks. You'll find information specific to agriculture and ranching.
Help prevent public safety incidents resulting from excavation damage.
Be aware of digging hazards and precautions that should be taken before starting both large and small projects on your campus.
Find out what contractors and construction site workers need to do before and during excavation.
Learn how to safely turn off your gas, what to do if you suspect a gas leak and more.
Carbon monoxide is a dangerous gas. Play it safe with early detection.
Cleaning out a sewer pipe can cause a gas leak if a gas line intersects the sewer pipe.