UDig NY Opens Up Registration for 2022 Damage Prevention Conference & Expo
WHITNEY POINT, NY — UDig NY, Inc. announced today that registration is open for the 2022 Damage Prevention Conference & Expo, to be held September 13-14, 2022, in Whitney Point, New York. General contractors, landscapers, utility operators, state and local public works and transportation officials, and other professionals can register for this free conference at UDigNY.org/conference.
The Damage Prevention Conference & Expo will feature live demonstrations, professional networking opportunities, industry-expert guest speakers, and more than 30 educational sessions with opportunities for attendees to earn Certified Excavator in Safe Digging Best Practices (CEP) renewal and other Continuing Education (CEU) credits.
“UDig NY’s annual Damage Prevention Conference & Expo is the premier damage prevention industry event in New York State and an opportunity that anyone in the excavation or utilities industries will not want to miss,” said UDig NY Executive Director Kevin Hopper. “I welcome excavation professionals, public works officials, and our utility members to register for free today at UDigNY.org.”
Educational tracks available at UDig NY’s Damage Prevention Conference & Expo include Administration and HR, Excavator and Contractor, Locating, and more. Attendees can register for sessions during one or both days of the event which runs Tuesday, September 13, to Wednesday, September 14. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided to attendees on both days.
The conference will be held at the fairgrounds at 2923 US-11, Whitney Point, NY 13862, which is close to I-81 and can be reached in approximately 25 minutes from Binghamton, 45 minutes from Ithaca, 50 minutes from Syracuse, and 70 minutes from Elmira.
About UDig NY
UDig NY is the place where all safe digging in Upstate New York starts. As the link between you and the underground utility operators, UDig NY utilizes a contact center and industry-leading software – Exactix – to receive and transmit notifications of intent to dig in the form of underground utility location requests. UDig NY provides you with the tools to place and manage your location requests 24/7/365. UDig NY serves Upstate New York: the geographic region of New York State north of the New York City metropolitan area. New York City and Long Island are covered by New York 811. Visit UDigNY.org or call 811 to place your location request. Follow UDig NY on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube to stay up to date with the latest news and announcements.