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Global Excavation Safety Conference Releases New Logo

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – Jan. 10, 2020 – PRLog — The Global Excavation Safety Conference is kicking off its 2021 event by announcing a new logo.

The new logo features a return to traditional colors and a clean look that connects to the company’s signature product, the Excavation Safety Guide; an annual publication since 2004 distributed to over half a million contractors and excavators every year to help ensure they have the resources to perform their job safely.

“We feel this new logo will help people see how many products we provide to help the damage prevention industry, and how seriously we take our mission of saving lives through education,” says Scott Landes, President of Infrastructure Resources, who created the Excavation Safety Conference in 2004 under the name Underground Focus Academy. “We changed the name to the Excavation Safety Conference in 2006 to make that connection, and this logo is the next step in that mission.”

The 2021 Global Excavation Safety Conference returns to Tampa, Florida on March 23-25. The event features education and industry decision makers from around the world. To learn more about this event, visit GlobalExcavationSafetyConference.com (http://www.globalexcavationsafetyconference.com/).

2021 Global Excavation Safety Conference in Tampa, Florida

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – Dec. 18, 2019 – PRLog — The 2021 Global Excavation Safety Conference will take place in Tampa, Florida on March 23-25. It will return to the Tampa Convention Center after a successful event in 2019.

“We made this decision based on great reviews by both the attendees and exhibitors at this year’s event,” said Scott Landes, President of Infrastructure Resources (IR), who founded the event. “We’re excited to return in 2021 to have another fantastic event.”

This event began as Underground Focus Academy in 2004, but in 2006 the event name changed to link to IR’s mission, and their publication, the Excavation Safety Guide. The attendance of the conference has grown significantly within North America as well as internationally. Attracting delegates from around the world (13 countries in 2019) has helped Infrastructure Resources build an educational track that provides valuable content to all stakeholder groups in the damage prevention industry. This global influence allows this conference to facilitate truly meaningful discussion on damage prevention and safe excavation best practices, share ideas and learn from experts worldwide.

To learn more about this event, visit GlobalExcavationSafetyConference.com.

PAPA to Participate in 2021 Global Excavation Safety Conference

GOLDEN, Colo. – Nov. 15, 2019 – PRLog — The Pipeline Association for Public Awareness would like to announce their participation in the Global Excavation Safety Conference in 2021.

The Pipeline Association for Public Awareness (PAPA) promotes open communication and cooperation with local organizations to enhance public safety, improve emergency preparedness, protect the environment and prevent damage to property and facilities. The Association has over 350 member companies operating gathering, transmission, and distribution pipeline facilities in 39 states.

Jeff Farrells, PAPA’s Executive Director, says, “That in order to keep striving to find even better ways to education contractors, public officials, and emergency responders PAPA will participate in the 2021 Global Excavation Safety Conference.” Mr. Farrells says, “PAPA members will be participating in round table discussions, educational sessions, as well at the Pipeline Safety & Awareness Summit.” PAPA will also have a booth in the Expo in order to learn from professionals from around the world.

The Global Excavation Safety Conference attracted more than 1,600 people from 13 counties this year and over 23,000 attendees since the Excavation Safety Conference began in 2004. This is the largest damage prevention and excavation safety conference in the world, and the 18th Conference will take place on March 23-25th 2021 in Tampa, Florida.

To learn more about the Global Excavation Safety Conference, visit www.globalexcavationsafetyconference.com.