TVA Non-Nuclear Contractor Training Information
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The Coal and Gas Site Access Requirements process (CGO-SPP-18.129) provides consistent standards for safe, temporary access to the coal and gas generating sites.
Unescorted CGO Contractor Site Access Training (ATIS #00078306)
Escorted CGO Contractor Site Access Training (ATIS #00078307)
Human Performance (HU) Training
Coal and Gas Contractor HU Training (ATIS #00076300)
Note: This is the Focused HU Tools Training that is designed specifically for personnel that support direct interface projects. The HU Tools video is presented during the 1st section of this training module.
- Presentation Instructions
- Lesson Plan
- HP Tools Student Handout
- Coal and Gas Operations HU Tools Video
- Energy Delivery Phase I HU Tools Video
- River Operations Phase I HU Tools Video
- Electronic Presentation (2nd section of class)
Construction HU Training (ATIS #00079263)
Note: The Construction HU Training is applicable to personnel that support Greenfield/Brownfield projects.
Contractor Safety Orientation
The purpose of the Tri-Lateral Safety Alliance (TLSA) Contract Employee Safety Orientation is to provide an overview of TVA's emphasis on safety, while reinforcing TVA's drive toward “Zero Incidents.” This module is designed to communicate these expectations to contract personnel working on TVA property or property where TVA has a right-of-way.
TLSA Contract Employee Safety Orientation (ATIS #00071573)
Task Specific Training
The TVA Clearance Procedure (TSP 613) defines Authorized Employees as those contract and TVA annual employees who are authorized to perform maintenance activities on under clearance generating plant equipment. This training is designed to educate Authorized Employees of their clearance process responsibilities relative to the color and purpose of the various clearance cards, the personal safety locks that the clearance accountability log (CPAL) provides, pre- and post- job activities of authorized employees, and the basic safety rules associated with under clearance work activities.
Authorized Employee Clearance Training (ATIS #00059196)
This section is under construction.