Dial Before You Dig CEO Says Farewell

Stuart Burdack, CEO of the national DBYD organisation has announced that he will be leaving the organisation on 31 December. Neil Weatherly, Chair of Australian Association of Dial Before You Dig Services, said that Stuart will be greatly missed after 4 ½ years in the role. To read the full article click here.

 

Media Release – September 2021

DBYD NextGen Leads the World in Digital Damage Prevention 

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At Dial Before You Dig we want to assure our Members and Users that we are continually monitoring and acting upon advice provided by Federal and State health agencies in respect to the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the continuity of service and health and safety of staff and the community.

 

During this time of COVID-19 uncertainty, the Dial Before You Dig online referral service (1100.com.au) and the Help Desk (1100, Toll Free) are operating as normal.

 

Please note however, that individual policies of utility companies responding to COVID-19 may delay the receipt of information from an enquiry.

 

Always wait until you have received all necessary plans and information from affected utilities and contact them directly before you commence excavation if there is any associated delay.

THE ESSENTIAL FIRST STEP.

Know where underground pipes, cables and utilities are located – get asset plans ONLINE via DBYD’s FREE referral service.

Our core vision is to prevent injury and reduce damage to our members’ infrastructure assets.

No matter how small or large your excavation project – whether you are installing a pool or working on a commercial site – an online enquiry via Dial Before You Dig is the first step in any safe excavation.

Get started by lodging an enquiry online.

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