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Damage Prevention Education

Damage Prevention Education

Call 811, it is a free call! The One Call Center will let us know who you are and where you intend to dig.

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Keep Meters Clean

It’s important to keep your natural gas meter clear of debris, vegetation, snow, and ice.

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Other Safety Information

Below Is A List Of Prearranged Training Classes. If You Would Like To Request Additional Training For Your Organization, Please Email [email protected].

Free Training For Emergency Officials, Emergency Responders, And Public Officials

Local, state or regional officials, agencies, and organizations with emergency response and/or public safety jurisdiction and city, county, state, or federal public officials having land-use or road jurisdiction in GPNG’s operational areas are encouraged to take advantage of this valuable, free training. You all play a critical role in ensuring communities are prepared to take action consistent with the pipeline operator’s and other emergency responder’s programs. The following trainings help prepare Emergency officials/responders and public officials to take action in the rare event that a pipeline emergency does occur.

MN CAER Gaylord CoRE Dinner2/13/23 18:00American Legion Post 433329 Main AveGaylord55334
MN CAER Marshall HSEEP Dinner2/20/23 18:00Marshall Golf Club800 Country Club DrMarshall56258
MN CAER Madison CoRE Dinner2/21/23 18:00VFW Post 1656710 W 2nd StMadison56256
MN CAER Detroit Lakes HSEEP Dinner3/13/23 18:00Minnesota State Community & Technical College – Auditorium (RM C101)900 HWY 34 EDetroit Lakes56501
MN CAER Red Lake Falls CoRE Dinner3/14/23 18:00Red Lake Falls City Hall108 2nd St SWRed Lake Falls56750

Additional Damage Prevention Online Training And Resources For Emergency Responders Can Be Found At The Following Links:

For Public Officials:

Free Training For Excavators And Contractors

We have training geared specifically for excavation and contractor companies who are involved with excavation activities around underground facilities. Excavation damage caused by excavation/contractor companies is the number one risk to underground facilities. Knowledge and understanding of your state’s Dig Laws and excavation best practices can help keep you, your employees, and your communities safe from incidents. The following trainings will help prepare those engaging in excavation safely dig around underground facilities, as well as detect and safely respond in the case that a damage or leak does occur.

No training available at this time.

Additional Damage Prevention Online Training And Resources For Excavators Can Be Found At The Following Links: