An access permit is required to enter the Hanhikivi peninsula construction site. The access permit is personal, and it may be granted to the employees of companies that have signed a contract with Fennovoima or its contractors.
Every person working at the construction site must be contractually employed by a company belonging to a subcontracting chain. This company, in turn, must have a signed a piecework contract with another company operating at the construction site. For a company employee to be positioned at the construction site to be eligible for a site access training course organized by Fennovoima, and following the successful completion thereof, a personal access permit card, these contracts must be complete and the subcontracting chain unbroken. The personal Site access card entitles the carrier to independently move around and perform work at the construction site, and to sign in when entering the site and sign out when exiting. When at the construction site, the card must be kept visible at all times.
Site access training courses for the Hanhikivi 1 site are organized every week in Pyhäjoki. Training courses also take place once every other month at Salmisaari, Helsinki. You can find the Site access training schedule and instructions for enrolment here.
The work at the Hanhikivi 1 construction site is responsible and complies with the Finnish egulations.
The Hanhikivi 1 construction site management operations emphasize prevention of the gray economy. A key tool in this work is the Fennovoima Sitemanager system. The Sitemanager system ensures that our statutory responsibilities are met.
Our aim is to have all persons and companies working at the construction site entered in the Sitemanager system.
In addition to preparing the required reports for the Tax Administration, Fennovoima is able to provide the Regional State Administrative Agency with real-time data on the persons working at the construction site, the introduction training received by them, and occupational safety at the site with the help of the register.