April: Safe Digging Month



Celebrate April as Safe Digging Month! Below are resources to be used by stakeholders to share the importance of safe digging. For questions or to share additional ideas please contact mestes@georgia811.com.

  
In 2018, Gov. Nathan Deal proclaimed April as Safe Digging Month in Georgia. Click here to view the proclamation and click here to view the presentation at the capital.

To learn more about 811, click here for an article about How it Works or select the Media Fact Sheet.

Share important 811 safety information on your website and social media accounts – https://www.youtube.com/user/gaupc811

For staff meeting/training meeting talking points, click here.

View the Life of a Locate Request Infographic, click here.

Social Media Messages, click here.

Graphics and Text for you to share on your website, click here.

City/County Proclamation of April being Safe Digging Month click here

Includes tips on securing a Proclamation, examples of City/County Proclamations and Sample Proclamation Text.

Por español, clic aqui.


Banner:

Yard Sign:

Order Your FREE Banner or
Yard Sign for Safe Digging Month

The banner is available in two sizes: 8′ wide x 4′ tall
Or 4′ wide x 2′ tall

Banners come with grommets

NEW SIZE Yard Sign 24” wide x 18” tall


Order banners and yard signs from our Product Catalog: Order banners, signs, and decals

The only requirement to get your free banner or yard sign is to take a picture of it once it is up
and email it along with where it is posted to Maria Copeland
before the end of April.

See how stakeholders used their banners in the past on GA811’s Facebook Page
2018 Banners | 2017 Banners | 2016 Banners | 2015 Banners | 2014 Banners | 2013 Banners | 2012 Banners | 2011 Banners


Safe Digging Partner Decals
Order your Safe Digging Partner decal today. Two sizes to select from, 6 inch and 12 inch round. Perfect for fleet vehicles and large equipment.

Just let your Georgia 811 Liaison Manager know how many you need or order them from our online Product Catalog.


The History Of Georgia 811

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