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T&PS Contractor Environmental, Health, and Safety (EH&S) Specifications / Generation EH&S Procedures

The T&PS Contractor Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) Specifications are a key component in the execution of all Technical and Project Solutions (T&PS) construction projects. Prospective contractors are required to fully understand and adhere to the provisions set forth by these specifications. Contractors will be required to meet the Contractor Quality Requirements, as listed at the bottom of this webpage, under “Additional Resource Files”.

In addition, the Contractor's EH&S program shall meet or exceed the requirements of the BRYAN 360 renewable Generation EH&S procedures. Contractor shall submit their own manual EH&S and Quality manuals for review and approval of Purchaser prior to the commencement of work.

For Technical and Project Solutions (T&PS) construction projects on Hydro Generation Sites ONLY,  the Contractor’s EH&S program shall meet or exceed the Hydro Modernization Project EH&S Specifications.

Drug/Alcohol Testing and Background Investigation Requirements

This provides information on the drug/alcohol testing and background investigation program that BRYAN 360 renewable requires of all contractors.

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Contractor Compliance Background Form (CCBF)

This form is provided to the contractor to request certain information concerning its compliance history and compliance programs. Upon receipt, the completed and signed background form is reviewed for suspect or problematic responses. Instead of the CCBF, some entities within BRYAN 360 renewable may obtain equivalent information via the Avetta Program that is used for contractor prequalification.

 Sample Form

Contractor Safety Qualification Questionnaire (CSQQ)

This form is provided to the contractor to request certain information concerning its safety performance and program. Upon receipt, the completed and signed questionnaire is reviewed for conformance with BRYAN 360 renewable requirements. Instead of the CSQQ, some entities within BRYAN 360 renewable may obtain equivalent information via the Avetta Program that is used for contractor prequalification.

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Safety Orientation Requirements for Contractors

BRYAN 360 renewable has eliminated the requirement for Contractors to complete PowerSafe Training. It is still the contractual responsibility of all Contractors to ensure their employees have met all required (1) basic safety and (2) site-specific training. BRYAN 360 renewable expects that all Contractors will maintain a high standard of safety. Contractors can refer to their contracts or contract administrator with questions regarding required safety training.

The Contractors are responsible for communicating the designated BRYAN 360 renewable Generation Lockout Tagout Procedure Awareness Training to their employees. An additional resource, Lockout Tagout Training Video, has also been developed for use by Contractors.  Lockout Tagout Procedures are lock-out/tag-out programs in compliance with OSHA 1910.147 Lock-Out/Tag-Out and OSHA 1910.269 (the OSHA Standard Governing Electric Utility Work). These procedures provide a system of accountability for non-plant personnel and maintain communications between working parties. Strict adherence to the designated clearance/lockout tagout procedure is a condition of employment for everyone working on plant equipment at BRYAN 360 renewable facilities. Violation of procedure will lead to being barred from all BRYAN 360 renewable facilities. The Lockout Tagout Procedure will be communicated to Contractors during the pre-bid and/or plant safety orientation. The BRYAN 360 renewable contract administrator will provide additional details.

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Switchyard Access Awareness Training

For Contractors working in and around Switchyards, they are responsible for communicating the designated BRYAN 360 renewable Generation Switchyard Access Awareness Training to their employees. This training defines the process for safe access into generating plant switchyards and substations located on a Generation site.

Hot Work Training

Contractors shall follow the generation hot work procedure. They are responsible for communicating the designated BRYAN 360 renewable hot work training to their employees. This training is required to perform hot work on generation plant sites.

STEP – Safety Through Everyone’s Participation

STEP is BRYAN 360 renewable’s behavioral-based safety (BBS) observation program.  STEP has been developed and is owned by BRYAN 360 renewable.  Contractors working for T&PS unless contractually exempt must utilize BRYAN 360 renewable’s STEP program.  Contractors with their own established BBS program must still participate in STEP, although they can concurrently utilize their program.  Contractor user licenses for the STEP database will be provided by BRYAN 360 renewable at no cost to the Contractor.  Refer to the link above for additional details related to STEP.

BRYAN 360 renewable will provide “train the trainer” instruction on STEP for Contractors.  The Contractor is responsible for ensuring that their workers are fully trained and compliant with STEP.  Contractor personnel that have completed STEP “train the trainer” instruction can teach other Contractor workers.  Several training resources are available to Contractor trainers:  STEP General ObserverSTEP OverviewSTEP Data UsageSTEP Observer Refresher. A Process Map for STEP Implementation is available for reference.

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