Blood Hound Safety & Training
Why Call Blood Hound?
WE START WHERE THEY STOP.
You are required by law to call 811 before you dig to have underground public utilities marked. However, one-call services only locate the facilities owned by public utilities - electric, gas, oil, sewer, telephone, water, leaving you at risk of damaging private utilities, which make up the vast majority of underground utilities and subsurface structures.
Blood Hound locates and marks ALL underground utilities and structures, reducing your risk of costly damages and project delays and mitigating safety hazards to your crews and community.
Our comprehensive services, advanced technologies, and highly trained and experienced technicians, and commitment to quality are unmatched in the ability to protect your project budget, keep you on schedule, and keep your crews and community safe.
What 811 Doesn't Locate
- Chemical Lines
- Fire Lines
- Chemical Lines
- Product Lines
- Irrigation Lines
- Low Voltage Control Wire
- Oxygen Lines
- Hydraulic Lines
- Private Alarm Wires
Advanced Locate TECHNICIANS
HIGHLY TRAINED, CERTIFIED, SAFE
All Blood Hound technicians complete 8-16 weeks of classroom and supervised field instruction on becoming a utility locator, as well as OSHA's 10-hour construction certification and 40-hour hazardous waste operations and emergency response (HAZWOPER) certification before being deployed to serve you. All our supervisory staff complete OSHA's 3-hour construction supervisor certification.
Gold Shovel Standard Certified
Blood Hound Training
Blood Hound is committed to safety as its highest priority.
OSHA Construction Safety
Licensed Drone Pilots
Gas Operator Qualification (OQ)
Emergency Action Planning
Annual 8-Hour HAZWOPER Refresher
Gold Shovel Standard® Certified
Blood Hound has earned Gold Shovel Standard Certification by meeting the high standards of the Gold Shovel Standard (GSS) organization, which sets the standard for timely, accurate locating infused with ample communication between stakeholders. GSS advocates for a close partnership between asset owners and utility locators.
Workforce and public safety
Integrity of buried infrastructure
Christopher Perino, CTP Contracting LLC