Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety

Driving utility-related wildfire risk reduction for the State of California.

Electrical Infrastructure Safety

Energy Safety assesses electrical corporations’ Wildfire Mitigation Plans, safety culture assessments, safety certifications, and executive compensation structures. We maintain compliance through field inspections, audits, and review of the utility compliance.

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Underground Safety Board

The California Underground Facilities Safe Excavation Board was created by the Dig Safe Act of 2016 to investigate accidents, develop excavation safety standards and coordinate education and outreach programs. The Board is made up of nine members appointed by the Governor and Legislature.

Wildfire Safety Advisory Board

A board of independent experts who advise the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety and Electric Publicly-Owned Utilities and Cooperatives on wildfire safety measures.

News and Updates

Energy Safety Statement on Issuance of PG&E Safety Certification

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has met the statutory criteria to receive a safety certification from the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety (Energy Safety). The safety certification is being issued today and will remain in effect for 12 months....

About Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety

We are a new separate department under the California Natural Resources Agency dedicated to reducing utility-related wildfire risk. Our critical mission is to advance long-term wildfire safety. Read more about the Office »

Electrical Infrastructure

Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety regulates eight electrical corporations. Read more information about regions »

Contact Information

For general inquiries, please contact us via online form.

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