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If you own utilities, you need to read this!
Call Before you dig! It's the law!

June 14th, 2012 Bill 8 became law. This means that now everyone who owns outside underground plant must belong to a "one Call" system. There are a number of choices where your organization can plug into an existing call centre and comply with the law. The trick is in finding a way of easily and efficiently connecting with that call centre. UtiLocate Dispatch, Inc. has been involved in the industry for over a decade and arguably has the best solution to receiving call centre information, whether it's work orders to go out and do the work or if it's simply receiving the completed work orders. UtiLocate U2 is simply extremely efficient and will not crimp your bottom line, but rather in the case of Underground Locate contractors has shown to be able to reduce cost in the locate department by as much as 65% overall. During June, July and August of 2012 UtiLocate Dispatch, Inc. is offering a 75% reduction off the regular installation fee of UtiLocate U2. This is over $1,000 in immediate savings! This offer is open to every organization that is affected by the new Bill 8, so please take advantage of this offer! In the U2 age paper has been replaced with a revolutionary digital system of instant access. Usability and speed have been upgraded to improve locating efficiency. Control has been extended to envelop your entire system, including in-field locates. Give yourself the reliability and flexibility you require in the ever changing world of underground locating. Your work is managed, tracked, stored and distributed according to your specific business requirements. Failing to locate all underground and overhead utilities prior to construction has led to property damage totalling nearly $33 million each year. This imposes a significant loss of revenue, as well as productivity and efficiency for businesses of all sizes. Between 2008 and 2009, there were over 2500 pipeline strikes in Ontario, two of which resulted in fatalities. 2010 autumn, a Niagara Falls landscaping company was fined $225,000 following a fatal explosion at the site of a residential home. The company, after failing to locate the underground utilities, accidentally punctured a propane line on the property. Tragically, a 58-year-old grandmother of three, who was home at the time, died in the explosion. The Ministry of Labour found that the landscaping company had made no effort at all to discover the location of underground utilities or have their 'locates' marked. This grave oversight left the workers on site with no knowledge of what was beneath the ground where they dug and resulted in the death of a Niagara Falls' woman.
"One Call Act" passes into law
If you are a locate contractor, UtiLocate 2 is a fully loaded locate work order management system. It receives tickets from any One Call, it allows your dispatching staff to easily assign requests, and even gives you the option to do electronic in the field locate completing; including digital drawings. UtiLocate 2 can even automatically fax or email completed digital locates which completes the locate process.
If you are an outside plant owner, UtiLocate U2 allows you to receive and manage your work orders and give you order in your department.




Call Before you dig! It's the law!

June 14th, 2012 Bill 8 became law. This means that now everyone who owns outside underground plant must belong to a "one Call" system. There are a number of choices where your organization can plug into an existing call centre and comply with the law. The trick is in finding a way of easily and efficiently connecting with that call centre. UtiLocate Dispatch, Inc. has been involved in the industry for over a decade and arguably has the best solution to receiving call centre information, whether it's work orders to go out and do the work or if it's simply receiving the completed work orders. UtiLocate U2 is simply extremely efficient and will not crimp your bottom line, but rather in the case of Underground Locate contractors has shown to be able to reduce cost in the locate department by as much as 65% overall. During June, July and August of 2012 UtiLocate Dispatch, Inc. is offering a 75% reduction off the regular installation fee of UtiLocate U2. This is over $1,000 in immediate savings! This offer is open to every organization that is affected by the new Bill 8, so please take advantage of this offer! In the U2 age paper has been replaced with a revolutionary digital system of instant access. Usability and speed have been upgraded to improve locating efficiency. Control has been extended to envelop your entire system, including in-field locates. Give yourself the reliability and flexibility you require in the ever changing world of underground locating. Your work is managed, tracked, stored and distributed according to your specific business requirements. Failing to locate all underground and overhead utilities prior to construction has led to property damage totalling nearly $33 million each year. This imposes a significant loss of revenue, as well as productivity and efficiency for businesses of all sizes. Between 2008 and 2009, there were over 2500 pipeline strikes in Ontario, two of which resulted in fatalities. 2010 autumn, a Niagara Falls landscaping company was fined $225,000 following a fatal explosion at the site of a residential home. The company, after failing to locate the underground utilities, accidentally punctured a propane line on the property. Tragically, a 58-year-old grandmother of three, who was home at the time, died in the explosion. The Ministry of Labour found that the landscaping company had made no effort at all to discover the location of underground utilities or have their 'locates' marked. This grave oversight left the workers on site with no knowledge of what was beneath the ground where they dug and resulted in the death of a Niagara Falls' woman.
"One Call Act" passes into law

If you are a locate contractor, UtiLocate 2 is a fully loaded locate work order management system. It receives tickets from any One Call, it allows your dispatching staff to easily assign requests, and even gives you the option to do electronic in the field locate completing; including digital drawings. UtiLocate 2 can even automatically fax or email completed digital locates which completes the locate process.
If you are an outside plant owner, UtiLocate U2 allows you to receive and manage your work orders and give you order in your department.

The Ontario One Call Call Centre


ad this!
Call Before you dig! It's the law!

June 14th, 2012 Bill 8 became law. This means that now everyone who owns outside underground plant must belong to a "one Call" system. There are a number of choices where your organization can plug into an existing call centre and comply with the law. The trick is in finding a way of easily and efficiently connecting with that call centre. UtiLocate Dispatch, Inc. has been involved in the industry for over a decade and arguably has the best solution to receiving call centre information, whether it's work orders to go out and do the work or if it's simply receiving the completed work orders. UtiLocate U2 is simply extremely efficient and will not crimp your bottom line, but rather in the case of Underground Locate contractors has shown to be able to reduce cost in the locate department by as much as 65% overall. During June, July and August of 2012 UtiLocate Dispatch, Inc. is offering a 75% reduction off the regular installation fee of UtiLocate U2. This is over $1,000 in immediate savings! This offer is open to every organization that is affected by the new Bill 8, so please take advantage of this offer! In the U2 age paper has been replaced with a revolutionary digital system of instant access. Usability and speed have been upgraded to improve locating efficiency. Control has been extended to envelop your entire system, including in-field locates. Give yourself the reliability and flexibility you require in the ever changing world of underground locating. Your work is managed, tracked, stored and distributed according to your specific business requirements. Failing to locate all underground and overhead utilities prior to construction has led to property damage totalling nearly $33 million each year. This imposes a significant loss of revenue, as well as productivity and efficiency for businesses of all sizes. Between 2008 and 2009, there were over 2500 pipeline strikes in Ontario, two of which resulted in fatalities. 2010 autumn, a Niagara Falls landscaping company was fined $225,000 following a fatal explosion at the site of a residential home. The company, after failing to locate the underground utilities, accidentally punctured a propane line on the property. Tragically, a 58-year-old grandmother of three, who was home at the time, died in the explosion. The Ministry of Labour found that the landscaping company had made no effort at all to discover the location of underground utilities or have their 'locates' marked. This grave oversight left the workers on site with no knowledge of what was beneath the ground where they dug and resulted in the death of a Niagara Falls' woman.
"One Call Act" passes into law

If you are a locate contractor, UtiLocate 2 is a fully loaded locate work order management system. It receives tickets from any One Call, it allows your dispatching staff to easily assign requests, and even gives you the option to do electronic in the field locate completing; including digital drawings. UtiLocate 2 can even automatically fax or email completed digital locates which completes the locate process.
If you are an outside plant owner, UtiLocate U2 allows you to receive and manage your work orders and give you order in your department.

The Ontario One Call Call Centre