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Please be sure to read and understand our Supplier Code of Conduct and Supplier Qualification Manual. Notify your PG&E business contact or call PG&E's Compliance and Ethics Helpline at 1-888-231-2310 to report any issues or concerns while performing work.
PG&E is automating the Supplier Change Request (SCR) program, an improvement that will make it easier for suppliers to comply with the SCR process and continue to ensure that their materials conform to specifications.
Find out what PG&E contractors need to do before beginning any excavation work.
At PG&E, there is nothing more important than public, employee and contractor safety. In support of this commitment, PG&E has established an enterprise Contractor Safety Program. This program outlines the minimum requirements for managing and overseeing contractors and subcontractors (at any tier) that perform medium and high risk work activities on behalf of PG&E, on either PG&E or customer sites and assets. As a prime contractor or subcontractor, maintaining a pre-qualified status in PG&E's third-party administrator for contractor safety performance management system is a requirement for doing business with PG&E.
For a list of PG&E registered and qualified contractors in ISNetworld, please see the links below:
Additionally, the following links are for the Contractor Safety Program requirements that are located in your contract and associated documents and templates:
Electric Distribution Project and Contract Management (P&CM) safety and quality related templates are provided below:
Due to climate and environmental issues in the state of California, wildfire is a significant threat needing attention for prevention and mitigation. Therefore, PG&E has revised procedural standards to best support addressing this urgent situation.
All suppliers working in the field are expected to adhere to these requirements taking responsibility for actions which could potentially cause wildfire. This includes awareness of wildfire risk in geographic areas where work is to be performed, properly outfitting vehicles and personnel with adequate training and tools; ensuring each individual is accountable for preventing and mitigating potential wildfire risk.
Is your company seeking access to PG&E's underground conduits? Learn about our process and requirements.
Is your company seeking access to PG&E's pole top antennas? Learn about our process and requirements.
Is your company seeking access to PG&E's standard (non-antenna) pole tops? Learn about our process and requirements.
Learn about our supplier code of conduct, environmental sustainability and supplier diversity programs