ProPortal Test Questions First & Last Name Email Address Caller ID True False Are a different color. Are bold. Have an asterisk (*) next to them All the time If the Field Representative is someone different than you. Never The actual municipality where the work is taking place. The mailing address municipality. The mailing address municipality of the company filing the ticket. Some utilities will be notified based on the municipality chosen. The Streets available for searching will be based on the municipality chosen. That municipality will appear on the ticket the locator received. All of the above. Standard numeric addresses Coordinate (double-directional) addresses Fire numbers All of the above Leave the field blank. Type the street name in the field. Choose a nearby street from the search list. The Diggers Hotline mapping system not having the street. The wrong municipality being selected in the Municipality Search field. Either A or B The information tool. The label tool. The measurement tool. The search tool. The Diggers Hotline system shows your roads in one municipality, but you are certain those roads exist in a different municipality due to an annexation or incorrect municipal border. You will be working in 2 municipalities. You cannot find your municipality in the Municipality Search field. You answer NO to the questions. You answer YES to the questions. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 6am to 6pm, Monday through Friday, excluding Legal Holidays. 9am to 3pm, Monday through Friday. 10 calendar days from the current date and time. 25 calendar days from the current date and time. 30 calendar days from the current date and time. 45 days from the current date and time. Between 9am and 3pm on normal working days. Between 6am and 6pm on normal working days. Any time of the day or night. The unforeseen excavation, which, if not performed, could result in the loss of life or limb. The excavation is required to repair the outage of an existing service. A new utility facility is being installed at a residence or business. Excavation is required prior to three business days in order to prevent property damage. A customer or general contractor has provided me less than 3 working days' notice to perform work. An unstable condition exists which may result in any of the conditions listed above (for example, a leak in any service or main, or a fault in a primary or secondary wire and/or cable). Immediate excavation is required by the facility owner to move, abandon, or cut off any facilities due to receiving less than three business days' notice from a contractor. I forgot to call in a ticket and my boss is going to fire me if I don't get the area marked out today. When you are clear to start digging. The time member companies have to locate their facilities. The time member companies have to contact you and tell you when they will be able to locate your area. Both B & C. True False Clear Concise Thorough Defined by specific directions (N, S, E, W) and not arbitrary directions (left or right) Defining the exact area you want marked out, no more, no less. All of the above. Is an acceptable Marking Instruction as long as the approximate lot size is provided and work is actually being done throughout the lot. Should never be used. True False True False True False True False Any additional information that is valuable to a locator. Stating, "Note advance start date," when the Start Date & Time has been moved later than the minimum wait. Identifying the reason for an emergency when an Emergency ticket is filed. Typing, "Ticket 1 of (number of tickets)," when a project crosses multiple municipalities. Stating a ticket is a Project Ticket when that kind of ticket is being filed. All of the above. Utility or municipal work that runs parallel to a single road. Installing service laterals to homes along a single road. Tree planting all over a new subdivision. Anything goes. Work occurring along a single road. One address/lot on one ticket. Multiple lots on the same block. By Diggers Hotline people to see where you are working. By members and locators to find your location. For the system to determine which utilities have facilities in your worksite. In the correct location. Not too small. Inside the municipality you selected in the Dig Location section. A little bigger than necessary to make sure you are covering the worksite, but not too much bigger that you over-notify members. All of the above. The wrong utility companies being notified. Your worksite not being marked by the correct utility companies. Damaging an underground facility Injury to the person doing the digging. Your probationary period being reset. All of the above. File an additional ticket for each municipality the work is taking place in. Use the Place Name Override button. Update the ticket. Process the ticket. Place a map comment. Click the Polygon approval button (the green check mark) Click New Ticket after clicking Send Ticket. Click Copy from the Edit/Copy menu in the Search Engine. Both A & B Whatever the default was when you created your ticket. Whatever the default was when the Portal Reviewer has been able to review and complete your ticket. The Advanced Start Date you set. All of the above. Either B or C. Relocate Correction Update Cancel Relocate Correction Update Cancel You started your work within 10 calendar days of the start date and time. Your work did not stop for more than 10 calendar days. Both A & B. Your work is finished at that job site. You entered a wrong piece of information on the ticket. The project is no longer going to be performed and your start date and time has not passed. Your start date and time has not passed. The ticket has already been relocated. The ticket has been canceled. All of the above. Emergency Standard Appointment Complete 30, consecutive, error-free tickets. Beg the portal reviewers. Complete 30 tickets.