ANO

Site Information

The Arkansas Nuclear One site is located in Russellville, AR on Lake Dardanelle.  It is 79 miles northwest of Little Rock, AR, 163 miles south of Springfield, MO and 264 miles east of Oklahoma City, OK.

The complex is administered by Entergy, and is home to two pressurized water reactors. ANO Unit 1 with an output of 836 MW began commercial operations December 19, 1974, followed in 1980 by Unit 2, which has an output of 987 MW.

Key Contact Information

BHI Site Manager: Don Forbush
440-371-3268, don.forbush@bhienergy.com

dforbus@entergy.com

Recruiter: Scott Davis
800-225-0385 X1291, scott.davis@bhienergy.com

Reporting Information

Thank you for choosing to work at the Arkansas Nuclear One Unit 2 Fall 2021 Refueling Outage

Outage Information:

  • The outage is scheduled to begin September 25th and scheduled approximately 35 days.
  • Prior to the outage working hours are four tens (40 hours per week) overtime on as needed basis.
  • We should roll to outage shifts the week of 09/20.  During the outage working hours are six twelves’ (72 hours per week).
  • If you have shift preference, please email Don ASAP as schedules are already being developed.  We will try to make accommodations but shift preferences are not guaranteed

Report Date and Time:

Please refer to the report date given to you by the BHI Recruiter.

At 0630 on your first day, REPORT to the Break Room on Level 1 of the training building to sign in with BHI Energy. In-processing and Training begins promptly at 07:00. Ensure you are on time for all training classes as the schedules are strictly adhered to.

BHI will be using Room 281 for staging and breaks. 

Things to bring to ANO and some general information.

  • IF you are travelling greater than 501 miles, you will be allowed $40.00 for meals and up to $200.00 for lodging (1 night).  You must bring itemized receipts in to be reimbursed.
  • Even though BHI is doing the PHQ’s, you will be required to fill one out for Entergy prior to your arrival.  Please complete BOTH EPHQs as early as possible.
  • Identification – You will need a valid photo ID. You will also need proper identification for completing an I-9 (i.e. photo ID and social security card or original birth certificate).
  • ANO is not a member of PADS.  Please come prepared with information you may need such as dose history, FFD, etc.
  • You will need ANSI approved steel or composite toe shoes/boots.
  • You are allowed here at ANO to come and go from the site with your personal scrubs on.
  • If you have a BHI hardhat, please bring it with you.
  • There is a cafeteria on site, but availability may be limited.
  • You must have completed both the 2019 and 2020 Supplemental RP Technician Continuing Training Certifications.
  • You must obey all Mandated COVID Site Specific Restrictions. Masks and social distancing must be observed at all times while on Entergy property. Do not come to work if you are experiencing any symptoms. Report any symptoms to Don Forbush.
  • At this time there are no plans to test for COVID when arriving on site.

Please click on the links below to see the ENTERGYs COVID policies and the in-processing and site maps:

 

GPS Address

1448 AR-333, Russellville, AR 72802

Directions/Link to Google maps

Nearest Airports

Little Rock Clinton National (LIT) 87 miles

Preferred Places to Stay

January
25

FREE COVID-19 TESTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR HOME USE

by varesha mauney on 1/25/2022 05:35 PM

COVID-19 is still a major health issue right now for our communities and it puts at risk required levels of staffing to ensure stable operations. We should all do our best to protect ourselves and our coworkers, using the proven tools of vaccinations, masking, social distancing, self-evaluation of symptoms, testing and quarantine if needed.

This week, the Federal Government set up a website where you can order COVID-19 test kits for self-use at home. Each household can order up to 4 test kits, shipped out within 7-12 days. You can order your test kits now so you have them when needed, by going to www.COVIDtests.gov. If you need to be tested now, the site also has resources for free testing locations in your state or you can check with your doctor or insurance carrier.

If you have questions, please speak with your supervisor to ensure you are meeting the latest protocol for employment.

Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work through these times of rapid change. As always, the health and safety of our employees is our top priority. You can speak with your supervisor or email staysafe@bhienergy.com for additional information.

Zach Taylor | Vice President, Center of Excellence