Title 46, Chapter 3, Section 32
As used in this part, the term:
(1) "High-voltage lines" means an electric line or lines installed
above ground level having a voltage in excess of 750 volts between
conductors or from any conductor to ground.
(2) "Notice" means actual notification given to the center.
(3) "Person responsible for the work" means the person actually doing the work as well as any person, firm, or corporation who employs and carries on his payroll any person actually doing the work or who employs a subcontractor who actually does the work; provided, however, that this term does not mean one who is exempted under Code Sections 46-3-37 and 46-3-38.
(4) "Utilities protection center" or "center" means the
corporation or other organization formed by utilities which
receives advance notifications regarding work and distributes such
notifications to its utility members.
(5) "Utility" means any person operating or maintaining
high-voltage lines within the state.
(6) "Work" means the physical act of performing or preparing to
perform any activity under, over, by, or near high-voltage lines,
including, but not limited to, the operation, erection, handling,
storage, or transportation of any tools, machinery, ladders,
antennas, equipment, supplies, materials, or apparatus or the
moving of any house or other structure whenever such activity is
done by a person or entity in pursuit of his trade or business.