EAPUOC has produced a map of the City Of Edmonton and surrounding areas showing all the major pipelines running into and out of the city. The map was produced from the ERCB's records and verified by the member companies as being accurate. It is full color and the various products moved through the pipelines are color coded for information purposes.
Urban Pipeline Awareness Committee (UPAC)
Information About EAPUOC
Alberta One-Call Corporation Facility Damage Reporting
The Facility Damage Report Form is accessible via www.alberta1call.com.
- Click on Resources
- Click on Publications
- The Form and an explanation of same are in the paper "The Case For Province Wide Damage Statistics"
- The next listing is the Universal Damage Report Form. This is the actual Facility Damage Report Form.
Guidelines For Working Near
EAPUOC has written probably the most authoritative and informative manual available for the safe execution of work around buried facilities available. We have sold over ten thousand copies of this manual to industry and the digging community. The ten chapter, coil-bound, pocket sized manual is ideal for all field employees and managers in the ground disturbance business. The manual has been endorsed by Alberta One-Call. It contains all the information you will require to cross a buried pipeline or utility safely in an easy to read format with descriptive illustrations.
Hard copies of the Manual are available through firstname.lastname@example.org. The price is $5.00 (plus GST) for single copies and $4.50 (plus GST) for ten or more copies
Our meetings are usually held at the Strathcona County Offices (2001 Sherwood Drive, Sherwood Park, AB). The executive rotation occurs at the January meeting.
2017 meeting dates:
- January 18th
- February 15th
- March 15th
- April 19th
- May 17th
- June 21st – Meeting/Annual Golf Tournament - Broadmoor Public Golf Course
- September 20th
- October 18th
- November 15th
- December 20th – Raleigh Room, Holiday Inn Sherwood Park Conference Centre