Welcome to Surry Power Station 2013 Fall Outage Processing. Wayne Croshaw Processing Center Coordinator Fitness for Duty Administrator. 2013 Fall Outage Processing.
Processing Center Coordinator
Fitness for Duty Administrator
Gravel Neck Outage Processing will open on Monday, September 23 at 0630 am and will remain open through the first week of the outage.
The Processing day begins with a Site Orientation Briefing starting at 0700 am. The orientation is mandated by station management and must be attended by all personnel.
. Gravel Neck will open on March 26, 2011
Valid non-expired government issued photo identification is required for processing. This is a requirement and cannot be waived. You will be turned away if you do not have proper identification.
Vendors must advise the processing center (in advance) when altering projections or substituting personnel. Dominion Site Representatives should be aware of and approve all changes.
Personnel are expected to conduct and present themselves professionally . Personnel are not to access the Gravel Neck Gas Fired Complex adjacent to Gravel Neck.
. Fatigue – Personnel arriving for outage processing are expected to arrive Fit for Duty. Personnel who present with any indications of fatigue or impairment will not process that day. The Vendor Representative will be responsible for seeing that they are provided transportation offsite.
Personnel must be able to pass medical screening and be declared medically Fit for Duty.
Personnel requiring respirator are expected to arrive with physicals updated.
Personnel are expected to self assess for the following factors prior to processing or commencement of duties:
Personnel are expected to fully disclose impairing prescription drugs and any legal actions.
Five Hour Abstinence Rule – means that anyone consuming any performance impairing substance within five hours of reporting violates the FFD Rule. This means alcohol as well as impairing medications. Keep in mind that this does not mean that you will not test positive for alcohol if you consumed alcohol outside of five hours prior to reporting. A number of factors determine how fast alcohol is absorbed from the body including age, weight and food consumption.
Confirmed Positive Test for alcohol is declared when:
Any alcohol detected will impact site access.
Code of Federal Regulations - FFD Testing
10 CFR 26
“Any act or attempted act to subvert the testing process, including, but not limited to, refusing to provide a specimen and providing or attempting to provide a substituted or adulterated specimen, for any test required under § 26.31(c) must result in the immediate unfavorable termination of the individual's authorization and permanent denial of authorization thereafter.”
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FFD Behavior Observation
Behavior Observation is the responsibility of every Nuclear Worker.
All personnel must report known violations of the FFD program to management and FFD Program personnel.
Failure to report known violations constitutes a violation of the FFD program and will result in revocation and denial of unescorted access.
Surry Site Information
Gravel Neck paper badges will be issued and must be worn at all times while on site until traded for the Station Badge.
ESOMS Tags must be obtained before a paper badge will be issued.
Parking on site is limited to designated parking areas. Check with your vendor representative or Security on your area. Parking passes for the site will be issued and must be displayed.
Surry Site Information
Site Representatives will be informed when badges are printed. Personnel may not report to the Processing Center unless notified of badge readiness. Your badge will not be ready any quicker because you come to check on it. We will contact the Vendor Representative , who will contact the employee, once the badge is ready and available.
Checking on badge status by individuals only distracts In-Processing personnel and slows the process for everyone.
Surry Processing Center Staff:
Wayne Croshaw: 757-365-2777
Donna Mason: 757-365-2825
Eva Livesay: 757-365-2351