Engineering and Construction Services (E&CS)

Environmental, Health, and Safety (EH&S) & Quality Policies and Procedures

The Southern Company Generation Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) and Quality Policies and Procedures are key components in the execution of all Engineering and Construction Services (E&CS) construction projects. Prospective contractors are required to fully understand and adhere to the provisions set forth by these policies and procedures. The Quality Policies and Procedures apply to contracts executed prior to January 1, 2012. For all contracts executed after January 1, 2012, contractors will be required to meet the Construction Quality Requirements.

Contractor's EH&S and Quality programs shall meet or exceed the requirements of the Southern Company Generation EH&S and Quality policies and procedures. Contractor shall submit their own manual for review and approval of Purchaser prior to the commencement of work.

Drug/Alcohol Testing and Background Investigation Requirements - Details
This provides information on the drug/alcohol testing and background investigation program that Southern Company requires of all contractors.

Contractor Compliance Background Form (CCBF) - Sample Form
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 Southern Company may obtain equivalent information via the Browz Program that is used for contractor prequalification.

Contractor Safety Qualification Questionnaire (CSQQ) - Sample Form
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 Southern Company requirements. Instead of the CSQQ, some entities within Southern Company may obtain equivalent information via the Browz Program that is used for contractor prequalification.