Latest Members of USAG
Scottish Water, Amey, Optimise, Durkin and Sons and CPC Civils have signed up to the Utility Strike Avoidance Group Charter and have joined the growing group of organisations who are keen to reduce damage and disruption to our utility infrastructure and avoid injuring those who work in the industry.
Welcome on board.
This is excellent news and brings our membership up to 48 organisations.
New documents and functions added
The Utility Strike Group website has been updated and now includes a series of documents that broadens the scope of the toolkit and further enhances the usefulness of the documents and Charter membership.
We have also added full search function to the website, making it easy to find the document or page you are looking for.
Please take a look around the site and give us your feedback by emailing email@example.com
Kelly Group have signed up to the Utility Strike Avoidance Group Charter and have joined the growing group of organisations who are keen to reduce damage and disruption to our utility infrastructure and avoid injuring those who work in the industry.
Welcome on board.
We are very pleased to say that Barhale and Affinity Water have signed up to the Safe Dig Charter
In signing the Charter, they have joined the growing group of contractors and utility asset owners working together to reduce damage, disruption and injury.
Welsh Water, Bristol Water and J K Guest are the latest organisations to sign up for the Charter.and demonstrate their commitment to reducing injury, service damage and disruption.
Are you interested in signing up for the Charter? Go to the Sign up page and fill in the simple form and someone from the group will contact you. It's free to join.
USAG has been shortlisted for the NJUG Awards 2012. Getting shortlisted is an excellent result. Well done everyone involved. We are now looking forward to a trip to London
Enterprise have become the latest large organisation to join up to the Charter. Managing Director Dan Holland signed the Charter on the 6th November 2012 and as such they become the latest organisation demonstrating their commitment to reducing injury, service damage and disruption.
A new strike investigation form is now available as part of the toolkit you can download it by clicking here. We are keen to ensure that any damage event, near miss or injury is fully investigated so that the lessons learned can be shared across the industry.
If we learn we can prevent it from happening again.
Phil Cornforth is a Damage Prevention, Health and Safety professional working in the construction and utilities industry. He sits on the USAG Steering Group. The USAG has one goal - to avoid utilities and so prevent injury, damage, disruption and raise the standards of our industry.