Contractor Safety Requirements
Work occurring in Power Production facilities is subject to the following safety procedures. Other safety requirements will exist in the contract or purchase order documents.
POWER PRODUCTION ELECTRICAL SAFETY PROGRAM
POWER PRODUCTION SWITCHING AND CLEARANCE TAGOUT PROGRAM
Grant PUD no longer requires employees and contractors to mask or social distance on Grant PUD premises, although this could change if state and local health authorities determine trends in the pandemic again pose a serious health threat.
Through April 18, 2022 employees and contractors must continue to report any flu-like symptoms to their supervisors/district reps before arriving on site. The supervisor/district rep will provide instructions on what to do next. Some quarantining and antigen testing may be necessary before returning to on-site work.
Access to facilities
Contractors may again access Grant PUD facilities to fill vending machines, clean carpets and perform still-contracted duties being carried out prior to the pandemic.
Grant PUD encourages all employees and contractors to get vaccinated and boosted for the best protection against COVID-19
Memorandum of Understanding between Grant PUD and the Grant County Sheriff's office, Yakima County Sheriff's office, Royal City Police Department and the Mattawa Police Department to define resonse planning, coordination and coperation with response to any threats or criminal acts against the Priest Rapids Project.