Marketing & Logo Toolkits
Downloadable .png files available below
If you need Alabama 811 Logo to help promote the safe digging message, click any of the items below.
Request Logo Assistance
If you need any logo assistance, formatting, or otherwise, let us know and we’ll see what we can do. If you are a stakeholder who is partnering/co-op marketing with us, we can help with the design.
Audio & Video
Below are resources for helping spread awareness and educate safe digging practices. Feel free to use these to help spread the safe digging message!
“Don’t Risk it”
“Avoid damages to underground utilities”
“Do you know what the colors mean?”
“Don’t risk it”
The CGA has developed a series of educational videos and public service announcements (PSAs) to bring the safe digging message to life. Contained in these toolkits are videos and supporting documentation for educating farmers and ranchers, for kids with engaging accompanying activities, and general public safe digging messages. Additionally, CGA has developed PSA videos and scripts highlighting safe digging practices and the consequences of digging without calling.
If you are not a member, you will be asked to create a log in with the CGA website prior to download.
Toolkits are provided for members to promote safe digging and the damage prevention message. Each toolkit is geared toward an event, campaign, or program and contains a variety of resources such as social media messages, press release template, infographics, and more.
Using the Best Practices
The CGA Best Practices Guide is the original, and still most popular, industry resource for ensuring the safety of those who work or live near underground facilities. The Best Practices manual includes more than 130 practices that cover all phases of the 811 process, agreed to by 16 stakeholder groups. The following toolkit is available to assist members and damage prevention stakeholders in using the Best Practices Guide and participating in the best practices process.
Educating policymakers on the importance of protecting underground infrastructure is key to the damage prevention process and CGA has created tools and guidance for members to achieve this goal. Local stakeholders can educate state and federal policymakers about how they can strengthen damage prevention legislation to improve public safety. This toolkit is designed to help on-the-ground stakeholders communicate CGA’s consensus-based Best Practices, Data and other information.