Staying safe before you break ground
They might be a lot to think about and remember, but following these excavation and boring guidelines can help protect you and your crew on the job.
Know the Arizona 811 Center laws when you dig
Maintaining your distance from overhead power lines
Generally, the type of work being performed dictates the rules governing the safe distance to an overhead power line or electrical equipment. The two specific types are work involving non-qualified electrical workers, people, materials, and non-crane equipment, and work involving cranes and derricks. For both, the safe working distances, also known as minimum approach distances, for overhead electrical lines and equipment are somewhat complex. Please refer to the regulating authority if you have any questions or confusion. You may also contact the APS Public Safety Department at 602-250-3418 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for clarification.