发布时间：2019-04-15 10:52 点击：英语翻译公司广州深圳完成视频中文翻译00：00-00:41英语翻译公司
It’s a good feeling to know that you can safely enjoy your neighborhood with family and friends. It's peace of mind to know that you live in a city that values its parks, improves its infrastructure, welcomes new business and development. But unknown to many，there is hidden danger just below the surface in every town, that if exposed, may dramatically disrupt life on every corner.
得知自己的家人和朋友在社区内安全地生活，这总会让您有不错的心情。您会倍感欣慰地看到自己的城市正在大力发展公园建设，不断提升基础设施水平，欢迎新企业的投资兴建。但是很多人不知道的是，在我们的城镇地下[U1] ，[U1] 有着潜在的危险。一旦危险爆发，会严重影响生活的每个角落。英语翻译公司
All it takes is one person who decides to risk it all, without taking the time to make one free phone call. Pipelines have been broken, leveling entire city blocks, homes and valuable property, because no one called. Gas lines have been ruptured, destroying equipments and emergency communications because no one called. Water lines have been severed, seriously disrupting services to thousands of homes and businesses, because no one called.
而导致这一切发生的原因，仅仅是某些人宁愿甘冒[U2] 风险也不愿意花点时间来打一个免费电话。输油管道破裂了，将整个街区的房屋和财产夷为平地，只是因为没有人打这个电话。输气管道破裂了，毁掉了紧急通讯设施，也仅仅是因为没有人打这个电话。自来水管道裂开了，严重地导致数以千计的家庭或企业供应中断，还是[U3] 因为没有人打这个电话。
And tragically hundreds of innocent people have been injured and killed, because no one called. Sadly almost all of these costly accidents might have been prevented if the homeowner, contractor or professional excavator made one very important phone call –To Digalert. Underground service alert is a non-profit mutual benefit organization. Its membership consists of cities, counties, public utilities, water agencies, cable TV operators, and others who have underground facilities.
Its sole purpose is to ensure that all underground facilities are properly located and marked, preventing costly damages and service interruptions. Safe digging is everybody’s responsibility. And underground service alert makes it very easy to do-just call Digalert two working days in advance of your excavation and it will do good work to you. Whether you are involved in a small backyard project on private property or a large commercial excavating contract, one toll-free call can keep you, the job side, and the neighborhood, and the city safe from unexpected disruptions or disasters.
In 1976, a Los Angeles construction crew was working on Venice Boulevard in Culver City when they accidentally hit a petroleum pipeline.
“At first the heat was so intense that it was very difficult to get near the fire.” Brian Haimer
The fire ball rolled over 200 feet into the air, fed by liquid gasoline pumping at 400 gallons a minute. Culver City fire department photographer Brian Haimer witnessed the devastation.
“Cars were caught in the midst of the fire and had melted down, and houses and buildings all along the boulevard were fully involved in the fire. It was a very devastating situation, very much like a war zone.”
The fire storm killed nine people, and an entire city block was burned to the ground, causing millions of dollars’ worth of damage.
3 months after the disaster, underground service alert was formed.
“As safety director for all construction, having 47 jobs going on in various counties all over southern California, having Digalert in the one call system is critical to what I do. I mean it's a resource that I can’t live without.” Dave Little, Roel Construction
It is truly and simple. But since it’s the beginning of millions of phone calls to underground service alert, nearly half of all damages in Southern California are still caused by unintentional digging by uninformed or noncompliant citizens.
“Our main repairs during the day are because people don’t call in for Digalert. We have a BMB broken and blown gas line and our crews respond to those. Most of the time it’s from, you know, just services that somebody is doing something in their yard and didn’t even realize that they were supposed to call.”
Digging without dialing Digalert is simply dangerous. Failure to pick up the phone and call can cause extended disruptions to cable services and fiber optical lines that carry millions of calls, including emergency 911 services.
“Let’s say you dig into a fiber optical line that controls banking, that’s very expensive, some fiber lines can be as much as a million dollars in an hour. That’s a lot of money to deal with in court.”
There was also the real responsibility of electrocution and explosion from striking a gas, power or overheated electrical facility.
“Our facilities are energized electrical lines and if you contact an electrical line with a piece of machinery, you can get electrocuted. From the same point of our own construction, it’s very important because we need to know where things could cause injury to our employees or cause problems to our customers. If you really hit a gas line, our employees could be injured. If you hit a water line, you could disrupt the water services and you could cause a big sink hole in the street. With the delay of the construction, everything would be more expensive, and people would be injured.”
The process is simple. If you plan to dig, just call Digalert at least 2 working days prior to breaking ground. When our customer service reps take the Digalert, it’s just one part of the process in trying to prevent the damages to underground lines. Once this occurs, the locator can lead you to the accurate location where the underground lines are. Jerry Davis is a locator from San Diego Gas & Electric.
“My job is very important, and prevents the homeowner, the contractor from accidentally digging into our facilities, getting hurt, damaging property, or also predict our own stuff. We have people who rely on us. For a contract who goes out and starts digging anywhere，it’s a big liability for him whether it’s fiber optics, natural gas lines, one wrong shovel full of dirt make a dig right through the gas line, which, in turn, could explode. ”
When you call, have all the important dig information available. You will then receive a Digalert ticket number. That’s all it takes to be in compliance with law. It’s that simple. Within two working days prior to the start of excavation, facility field crews or locators will begin to arrive on scene to locate or mark their lines, using appropriate, industry standard color codes to indicate their facility. On paved areas, use other suitable markings, such as flags or sticks. It’s very important for contractors to honor the designated dig site.
“Well they know what water mains is and they know what water service is. The only thing that could go wrong is if the area expands. If it does, they need to send in another Digalert because the area has expanded and they need to have backup to do more marking.”
If there is no conflict between the delineated dig area and the facilities, the facility owner will either call you or mark the area accordingly. You will then accurately hand expose to the point of no conflict within the tolerant zone, 24 inches on either side of the buried facility.
Hand exposure is very important, because people you know don’t necessarily follow the rules or follow the standards. Things are not exactly where they are supposed to be. They might be a couple of feet one way or the other and you need to see with your own two eyes to know that it is there.
If you do disobey our law here in California, you are subject to four sanctions: No. 1, you could be shut down and your permit revoked. No.2, you are subject to civil penalty of up to 10,000 dollars for negligence and up to 50,000 dollars for knowing or willful noncompliance. No.3, Cal OSHA can issue citations and fines, No 4 the contractor state license board can not only issue your citation but they also have the power to take away your license.
If you call before you dig, the responsibility shifts to the owner or operator of the underground lines. They are then required by law to mark their facilities prior to your excavation.
“Behind we had a 60-inch pressure gas line and it has 595 pounds of pressure and we dig very seriously and if somebody accidentally dug into it, there would be a disaster.”
But it’s also important to remember the compliant contractors still need to educate their heavy equipment operators that the well marked excavation sites don’t give you a free dig. You must still operate with caution, and you rely on proper hand exposure procedure when digging.
“It helps progress the job when the markings are correct, we can go down and find them dig and keep digging, if you otherwise you would be digging blind. You know, the back code is a good locator, we will find it but it will tear my boss ” And best of all the service is free.
Follow the underground services alert rules and regulations will save you money in the long run, and save you some hardship. Our members fully run the one-call center at no cost to you. Plus, they pay for their locators, the paint in the flags. Don’t hesitate to call. We can take in thousands of location requests today and send out tens of thousands of transmissions without even taxing our equipment.
“Digalert is the first line of defense against underground utility accident.”
"Digalert keeps the SEGs safe and I wouldn’t do a job without it”.
And finally, every one must call, not just professionals.
There is danger below the ground in the form of utility lines. If you hit a gas line, you might have an explosion. If you cut a power line, you could get electrocuted. As you are about to see, there is a solution. And it’s free.
It was supposed to be a simple project. Dig a hole and take out the annoying tree. But the workers underestimated how deep the gas line was that was next to the house and suddenly a shovel hit it.
“I was on the other side of the house, and the excavator ran to the driveway shouting they had cut the line. And incidentally at the same time it was when I smelled all the gas and I felt it wasn’t ok, my daughter was upstairs, it was close, our house was gonna blow up in a minute. So we got out there fast.
Jullie then called the gas company who fixed the line. And she has the bill for the repairs. But it could have been much worse. We had ceases where we had explosions and leaking gas line that eternally results in a fire. And we don’t like to see that. The fact is not only you should call the Digalert, you have to call Digalert. It’s the law. And If you think that’s not enough, think of the danger.
“When you are digging in the yard, this is the last vehicle you want to have pulled out of your house. But what will happen if you don’t make that call before you dig.”
“Remember if you are going to dig, you need to call Digalert at least two days in advance. It’s the law.”
Rental yards are now spreading the words among landscapers and homeowners to have them call Digalert before digging.
“Just remember sir, before you go ahead and dig, make sure you call 1-800 number for Digalert. Ok?”
“We let all our customers know Digalerts because there is danger in gas lines, water lines, and electrical lines, and any other lines might be underground。 Whey they get ready to do the work, and they give me no bullshit and they sure have to call the Digalert number. That way, if there is any problem or danger underground, they will be aware of it.”
Digalert saves time, money, mostly importantly it minimizes injuries and saves lives.
“I don’t remember the last time we had an employee injured because of a digging. It helps that much. ” Underground service alert wants to eliminate these images from the southern California landscape. by working together and placing one toll-free call we can achieve success.
Digalert 节省了时间和金钱，最重要的是，将受伤和死亡的风险降到了最低。“我已经记不清[U8] 上一次员工因为挖掘而受伤是什么时候的事了。这个电话确实很有帮助。”“地下设施警报”组织地目的就是在南部加州地区将这一问题彻底杜绝，通过共同努力建立一个“一呼通”免费电话，我们相信最终会取得成功。