Excavation damage can cause injury, loss of life and environmental damage. It also causes interruptions to vital services and can involve tremendous repair costs. So please, dig safely:
Remember, every company on the job must have a separate one-call ticket number or be listed and acknowledged as a valid temporary excavator before an excavation or demolition. Often, there are several companies on a job site performing work. The construction schedule may dictate different types of work requiring different specialty contractors simultaneously. In these situations, it is imperative for each company to obtain a ticket number or be listed and acknowledged as a valid temporary excavator before an excavation or demolition to ensure that the specific areas have been appropriately marked by any affected underground facility.
Miss Utility offers free ITIC training and Damage Prevention Seminars for excavating companies.
A Miss Utility staff member will come to your site to review the ITIC application, rules and procedures with your staff. Length of training depends on the size and experience of the group.
For questions regarding ITIC training or to schedule a training please contact Susan Sullivan.
A Miss Utility representative and one or more facility owners will travel to your location of choice to discuss basic damage prevention principles as they apply to the region in which you are working. The meeting can run for an hour or more and it includes discussion, playing a short video and time for questions and answers.
Please contact Susan Sullivan to discuss your specific training requirements.
MD/DC Damage Prevention meetings are open to the public and provide a forum for the Members and our Call Center management to discuss matters of business and for excavators and the public to bring matters of concern or consideration to the table.
Damage Prevention Meetings are typically the fourth Tuesday of the month. For a complete schedule, see the Calendar. Meetings will be held at the Miss Utility Call Center beginning at 9:30am. Coffee and donuts are available starting at 9:00am.
Miss Utility Call Center
7223 Parkway Drive, Ste 100 (side entrance)
Hanover, MD 21076
New to ITIC? Select your region and follow the login prompts. We will quickly email your password confirmation to you. You will need your caller id number account (not a telephone number) to register for a password.
Note: If you do not yet have a caller id number account you will need to contact the Miss Utility Call Center at 1-800-257-7777 prior to registering for a password.
Search and Status is an easy to use tool that helps users find processed tickets by entering a ticket number, using search criteria to find a ticket or using the Search and Status map.
The displayed ticket includes the Ticket Check ‘status’ by scrolling down the ticket to the MEMBERS NOTIFED section. A full list of time stamped status’ are available when ‘STATUS HISTORY’ is clicked. From the MEMBERS NOTIFIED section, Discrepancy and Dispute notices can be processed on a valid ticket.
Click on, FIND A TICKET to select the Search and Status service area
The facility owner or their contract locator will mark the ground with either flags or paint. The colors below are industry standard and each color identifies a specific type of utility.
White: Proposed Excavation
Pink: Temporary Survey Markings
Red: Electric Power Lines, Cables, Conduit and Lighting Cables
Yellow: Gas, Oil, Steam, Petroleum, or Gaseous Materials
Orange: Communication, Alarm or Signal Lines, Cables or Conduit
Blue: Potable Water
Purple: Reclaimed Water, Irrigation and Slurry Lines
Green: Sewers and Drain Lines
Send your current caller id number here so the call center can make the necessary edits.
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You have used the back button on your browser. It is critical to never use the back button. If you are doing multiple new tickets, click “New Ticket” from the ticket number screen. When doing multiple update tickets click “Finished” from the ticket number screen and then click “Update Ticket” from the main menu.
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