Excavation safety and awareness videos that pack a punch! Keep your crew on the edge of their seats while reinforcing the need for safe excavation practices. Watch real stories of excavation accidents presented in a compelling format, sponsored and used by one-call organizations and other groups across the country. Over 100,000 excavators a year see Digging Dangers videos and view them as one of the top tools for damage prevention awareness education.
A Decade of Digging Dangers: The Complete Collection – Overview:
Missing a particular Digging Dangers Volume from your damage prevention awareness library? Then look no further! We’ve compiled all ten volumes (12 total videos) from 2012-2021 in one convenient place for one amazingly low price! Watch major water, gas and electrical accidents that impacted the underground utility industry across the past decade, and utilize these examples in your damage awareness education.
Included in this collection:
Digging Dangers 23: The Seven Deadly Sins
Digging Dangers 24: Strike Three!
Digging Dangers 25: Rearview Mirror
Digging Dangers 26: Ghost in the Machine/Fast and Furious
Digging Dangers 27: Fire on the Prairie/When Things Go South
Digging Dangers 28: Facing the Dragon
Digging Dangers 29: Good Intentions
Digging Dangers 30
Digging Dangers 31: Under Pressure
Digging Dangers 32: No Man’s Land
We hope you find these videos to be impactful in your safety and damage prevention efforts.
Digging Dangers 32: No Man’s Land includes major water, gas and electrical accidents that impacted the underground utility industry. No Man’s Land represents that place that no one wants to be, and in the underground utility world, those places are usually in the middle of digging accidents.
Digging Dangers 30 Overview:
In our 30th volume, we thank Ron Rosencrans, the founder of Digging Dangers. Ron played a significant part in the development of damage prevention through publishing "Underground Focus" magazine (later "American Locator") and producing Digging Dangers for many years.
Digging Dangers 29: Good Intentions covers a broad variety of accidents, including power, gas, water, and sewer strikes that caused personal harm and will raise awareness for the potential danger on any excavation site.
The most significant accident we cover in Good Intentions is the tragic expl...
Digging Dangers 28: Facing the Dragon looks at significant 2017 underground utility accidents, including a gas well accident in Firestone, CO, a downtown fire in Dallas, an electric accident destroying a home in Texas, and a highly publicized electric strike that shut down North Carolina’s Outer ...
Digging Dangers 26: Fast and Furious looks at multiple accidents in 2015 related to major fiber rollouts, as well as significant telecom and water main hits. Also included are gas leaks in high consequence areas such as Washington D.C. and Los Angeles.
Digging Dangers 25: Rearview Mirror features digging accidents from New Jersey to California. As always, the video’s subtle messaging requires viewers to think, “What would I have done in that situation?”
Digging Dangers 24: Strike Three! contains analysis of major buried utility accidents from 2013, including the evacuation of the entire town of Milford, TX after a pipeline break, and the explosion of JJ’s Restaurant in Kansas City, MO.
Digging Dangers 23: The Seven Deadly Sins features an interview with a utility superintendent whose sewer lateral was damaged by directional boring which led to H2S poisoning. In addition, a first hand account of the West Haverstraw, NY accident, taken at the scene, illustrates the importance of ...