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Published on December 4, 2007

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Slide2:  Call Before You Dig Wait the Required Amount of Time Respect the Marks Dig with Care Missouri Statute 319:  Missouri Statute 319 Missouri Underground Facility Safety and Damage Prevention statute (RSMo Chapter 319) applies to any person excavating in the state of Missouri and any owner/operator of underground facilities.:  Missouri Underground Facility Safety and Damage Prevention statute (RSMo Chapter 319) applies to any person excavating in the state of Missouri and any owner/operator of underground facilities. Missouri Statute 319: Facility Owners:  Missouri Statute 319: Facility Owners Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner:  All natural gas companies must participate in the notification center. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner Must participate in a notification center or file with the recorder of deeds. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner:  January 1, 2003 All owners/operators located in a first or second class county shall participate in the notification center. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner Must participate in a notification center or file with the recorder of deeds. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner:  January 1, 2005 All owners/operators located in a third or fourth class county shall participate in the notification center. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner Must participate in a notification center or file with the recorder of deeds. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner:  Must participate in a notification center or file with the recorder of deeds. Shall assist excavators in determining the location of underground facilities before excavation. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner:  Required to respond to a notification within two working days of receipt to provide “approximate location” of facilities or indicate “no facilities.” Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner Must participate in a notification center or file with the recorder of deeds. Shall assist excavators in determining the location of underground facilities before excavation. Color Codes Required by Law:  Color Codes Required by Law Red ELECTRIC Yellow GAS-OIL-STEAM Orange COMMUNICATION-CATV Blue WATER Green SEWER Pink TEMPORARY SURVEY MARKINGS White PROPOSED EXCAVATION Purple RECLAIMED WATER Missouri state law defines Approximate Location::  Missouri state law defines Approximate Location: --- 20-INCH TELEPHONE --- 20” LOCATION TOLERANCE ZONE 24” 24” LARGE PIPE OR MULTIPLE DUCTS Slide13:  Indicate “no facilities” Call the excavator’s telephone number 8:00-5:00 on a business day Leave a phone message for excavator Transmit a facsimile message to the excavator Mark “no facilities” at the site Verbally inform the excavator at the site Two documented attempts by the facility owner to reach the excavator by phone will satisfy this requirement. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner:  Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner Must participate in a notification center or file with the recorder of deeds. Shall assist excavators in determining the location of underground facilities before excavation. Facility owners must keep accurate records. If you uncover a deviation from map records, notify the facility owner. Facility owner must correct installation records. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner:  Must participate in a notification center or file with the recorder of deeds. Shall assist excavators in determining the location of underground facilities before excavation. Facility owners must keep accurate records. If you uncover a deviation from map records, notify the facility owner. Identify persons who engage in excavation activities in the area. Statutory Responsibilities of the Facility Owner Missouri Statute 319: Excavators:  Missouri Statute 319: Excavators Missouri State Law defines excavation as...:  Missouri State Law defines excavation as... “any operation in which earth, rock or other material in or on the ground is moved, removed or otherwise displaced by means of any tools, equipment or explosives.” The Statute’s definition includes, without limitation::  The Statute’s definition includes, without limitation: Digging Trenching Drilling Grading Augering Boring Tunneling Scraping Plowing Ripping Driving Back filling The Statute does provide the following exceptions::  The Statute does provide the following exceptions: Breaking and removing pavement and masonry down only to the depth of such pavement or masonry The Statute does provide the following exceptions::  The Statute does provide the following exceptions: Breaking and removing pavement and masonry down only to the depth of such pavement or masonry Using high-velocity air to disintegrate and suction to remove earth and other material The Statute does provide the following exceptions::  Tilling of soil for agricultural or seeding purposes The Statute does provide the following exceptions: Breaking and removing pavement and masonry down only to the depth of such pavement or masonry Using high-velocity air to disintegrate and suction to remove earth and other material Missouri Statute 319: Excavators :  Missouri Statute 319: Excavators BEFORE digging... Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging”:  Emergency Exception An emergency is a situation presenting a clear and imminent danger to life, health, property or essential services. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging” Notify Facility Owners at least two and not more than ten working days in advance of excavation. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging”:  Participant and nonparticipant owners of a notification center (Missouri One Call) must be notified. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging” Notify Facility Owners at least two and not more than ten working days in advance of excavation. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging”:  Non-members should be contacted directly. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging” Notify Facility Owners at least two and not more than ten working days in advance of excavation. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging”:  An excavator can serve notice to MOCS members by calling: 1-800-DIG-RITE (1-800-344-7483) Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging” Notify Facility Owners at least two and not more than ten working days in advance of excavation. 1-800-DIG-RITE:  Ensure accurate notification by having the necessary information. 1-800-DIG-RITE 1-800-DIG-RITE:  1-800-DIG-RITE If facility owner cannot determine area of excavation from description on notice, excavator may be required to white-line the area, provide a project plan, or meet on the site. Meeting on the site must occur within two working days of the request. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging”:  Wait two working days to allow facility owners to locate and mark approximate location of facilities with mandated color codes. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “Before Digging” Notify Facility Owners at least two and not more than ten working days in advance of excavation. Slide30:  Wait two working days to allow facility owners to locate and mark approximate location of facilities with mandated color codes. Excavator must notify notification center if underground facilities are incorrectly located. Excavator must call in a second notice if facility owner fails to respond within two working days. Missouri Statute 319: Excavators :  Missouri Statute 319: Excavators DURING digging... Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging”:  Use reasonable care not to unnecessarily disturb or obliterate locate markings. Continue to work within the area described in the notice as long as the markings are visible. If markings become unusable due to weather or construction, contact the notification center to request remarkings. The request will be handled in the same manner as original request. Excavators will be charged for relocates in abusive situations. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging” Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging”:  Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging” Dig carefully and act responsibly. Use noninvasive methods within the tolerance zone (hand digging, vacuum methods, pressurized air or water). Where horizontal boring and directional drilling occur and any part of the walls of the intended bore are within the marked approximate location of an underground facility, the following guidelines apply: Slide34:  Horizontal Boring and Directional Drilling Excavator must confirm the horizontal and vertical location of the facility or use noninvasive methods to dig a hole over the underground facilities to a depth of two feet or more below the planned boring path. When paralleling the underground facility, the excavator shall confirm the location of the facility at careful and prudent intervals. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging”:  Notify Facility Owner of any mislocates. Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging” Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging”:  Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging” If an underground facility is damaged or dislocated: The excavator must notify the owner and MOCS. Slide37:  Statutory Responsibilities of the Excavator “During Digging” If an underground facility is damaged or dislocated: The excavator must notify the owner and MOCS. It is illegal for the excavator to conceal damage or to make repairs unless authorized by facility owner. Civil Penalties:  Civil Penalties Violations of RSMO Chapter 319 subject the offender to civil penalties of up to $10,000 per day, per violation, but not to exceed $500,000 for any related series of violations.

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