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 COVID-19 HEALTH SCREENING POLICY
COVID-19 RECURRENT ANTIGEN TESTING
COVID-19 SELF-TEST ANTIGEN TESTING GUIDANCE FOR CONTRACTORS
GRANT PUD COVID-19 PPE POLICY
Contractors are encouraged to report any off-normal conditions using the Manual/Anonymous Condition Report Form. If the condition identified is deemed by the initiator to contain information which they feel uncomfortable submitting for any reason, it may be submitted anonymously.
Access to Grant PUD property or facilities may be contingent on completing specific training. Please instruct your employees to save their certificate of completion at the end of each course. This certificate serves as proof of training and must be sent to Grant PUD personnel before access may be granted.
Prior to contractors coming on site to work at Grant PUD there are certain training requirements that can be taken on the Contractor Training site.
Grant PUD Contractor Training Site
Follow this link to the online training, complete the registration, and pick the course(s) that are required for the work at Grant PUD.
All contractors and their employees are required to successfully complete security and safety training before coming onsite.
Certificates The Security and Safety certificates should be emailed directly to SecurityTrainingCerts@gcpud.org. Please include the company name and contract/PO number in the subject line so the documents are properly classified at the PUD (See below for CIP related documents).
Contractors who need CIP access to BES Cyber System Information (BCSI) and/or Restricted Access Areas of the PUD as part of their project must also successfully complete the following items before access may be granted.
CIP Security Training Program / Personnel Risk Assessment Contact RCStaff@gcpud.org
Please refer to your contract for instructions. Questions? Please contact your project manager.
CIP training is conducted by the Reliability Compliance (RC) Department through a learning management system (LMS). LMS privileges will be coordinated through the RC Department District Representative.
You may run into course issues depending on your computer’s monitor settings and/or version of Internet Explorer (IE). This course was designed to run with IE 8 and 9, and with monitor settings of 1280 x 1024.
Mac users must download additional software that will allow them to launch these Windows.exe courses. If this is not possible, please request a pdf print version of the courses from your contract liaison.
For Power Production contractor employees who will need to hold a clearance or work under a clearance as part of their project, the following course must also be successfully completed:
Complete the Power Production Switching and Clearance Training in the Contractor Training site.
Certificates The switching certificates should be emailed directly to GCPUDTraining@gcpud.org. Please include the company name and contract/PO number in the subject line so the documents are properly classified at the PUD.
If you are uncertain which of the following course you or your employees must complete, please contact your Grant PUD project liaison.
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.