Incident Prevention contains utility safety and operations articles written by industry experts specifically for utilities, contractors and communication providers. The iP audience has grown to rely on our valuable information. Readers appreciate the concise format as Incident Prevention is an “all content – no fluff” publication. Advertising sponsors achieve high visibility and benefit from supporting the critical information iP provides.

In 2009 the iP Advisory Board launched a non-profit called the Utility Safety & Ops Leadership Network – USOLN. The USOLN was tasked with creating the Certified Utility Safety Professional – CUSP credential. In five short years the CUSP has become a highly respected credential and there are 600+ credential holders. Carla Housh, President & CEO of Utility Business Media, also serves as the Executive Director to the USOLN.

Utility Business Media, Inc. launched a new magazine in 2011: Utility Fleet Professional. UFP is the only publication dedicated to the unique informational needs of utility fleet, utility contractor fleet, equipment and maintenance managers. . Since its launch in 2011, UFP has been embraced by the industry and has become the leading source of information for the utility fleet marketplace. UFP is published 5X annually; with scheduled bonus distribution planned at key industry events in 2022: NTEA Work Truck Show, NAFA, ACT Expo, EUFMC, APWA PWX, SEMA, and ATSSA.

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