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Phillips 66 Supports National Safety Month and National 811 Day

Phillips 66 proudly supports April’s Safe Digging Month and National 811 Day which is being held on August 11, 2024. By promoting the use of 811, these campaign initiatives aim to prevent accidental damage to underground utility lines, which can lead to costly repairs, service disruptions, and even serious injuries. They also highlight the importance of safety and responsibility when undertaking any digging project, ensuring the well-being of both individuals and the community as a whole.

Even minor digging can potentially damage underground utility lines, causing disruptions in services such as electricity, gas, or water. Household projects such as landscaping or a fence installation project, that may seem harmless warrant a call to 811 before digging activity. Upon calling 811, homeowners and contractors are connected to the local one call center, which notifies the appropriate utility companies. This free service will send a professional to your property to mark the locations of any lines, preventing any accidents or service interruptions. This quick and easy step can save you time, money, and potential danger.

For more information on 811 and safe digging practices, please visit

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In October 2020, Phillips 66 Public Awareness Team led the deployment of the largest 811 decal in the country measuring 211 ft. and 6 in.

This impressive display showcases our commitment to safe digging practices and reinforcing the 811 messaging to call before you start any digging project.

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