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Requirements for Surveillance Technology Attachments
Be a Part of PSE&G’s Partnership for Safe Communities
The digital revolution has created more opportunities to keep our communities safe through the installation of video surveillance technologies such as closed circuit televisions (CCTVs) on electric utility infrastructure.
Before you begin the process to select a contractor, it is important that you become familiar with PSE&G’s requirements for attachments to its electric distribution and decorative lighting poles so you can design, implement, operate and maintain your monitoring systems in a safe, cost-effective and efficient manner.
Together, we can teach those who install this equipment to maintain the highest levels of service and safety within the communities that we serve. Failure to comply with these requirements can result in damage to overhead utility lines, environmental impacts, liability, Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) violations, relocation costs, personal injury and even loss of life.
In an effort to help meet your integrated security strategies and solutions, PSE&G has compiled the following information to guide you and your security system vendors.
Please provide municipal contractors with the following information and attachments prior to installation of surveillance technology on PSE&G poles.
The license agreement signed by the municipality is for the municipality itself whether it is for police, fire, EMS, office of emergency management, etc.: They all fall under the jurisdiction of the municipality and will cover all surveillance technology attachments proposed during the (7) year period of the license agreement, providing the terms and conditions - including the procedures outlined in the agreement are followed:
To attach to PSE&G wholly owned poles, the following items are needed for processing:
- On letterhead, provide a brief description of where the proposed cameras will be attached and for which municipality.
- Include a map showing the pole numbers and street location of the proposed camera attachments.
- Include the Exhibit A form displaying the pole # and locations.
- Provide the required certificate of insurance coverage.
- Include specifications on all equipment requiring electricity to determine the unmetered service amount plus the billing address and whose attention the bills should be sent to.
- The service consultant will provide the cost of the monthly unmetered service amount and create a work order number for the unmetered service connection to be completed by the overhead construction department that involves scheduling and a lead time before the work is completed.
The certificate of insurance should be sent to:
80 Park Plaza, MC-18A
Newark, NJ 07102
After reading the information on http://p2.conversive.com/PSEG/LeavingPSEG.html?bpi=, you can complete PSE&G’s online application for new service by clicking on “Continue to PSEG @ Conversive” at the end of the document.