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A licensed reactor operator at the Grand Gulf nuclear power plant in Mississippi failed a random fitness for duty test after testing positive for illegal drugs. At this time the employee has been...
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In Japan, like the United States, utilities have a lot of influence in politics and regulations, and lobby to delay legislation which affects the bottom line of their nuclear facilities. At Fukushima Daiichi,...
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To work at a nuclear facility in the United States, a worker must be trustworthy and reliable in the eyes of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the licensee. The problem is that no...
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Workers at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant used a camera attached to a long pole with a dosimeter to explore highly radioactive areas near the combined exhaust stack for Unit 1 and...
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On Wednesday afternoon around 13:35 EST, an employee found a whiskey bottle in the protected area of the Watts Bar nuclear power plant. The seal on the bottle appeared undisturbed at time of...
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On Tuesday, Shinichi Tanaka, Chairman of the Nuclear Regulation Authority in Japan warned the press that low-level contaminated water stored at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant represented one of the biggest...
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An employee supervisor at the Nine Mile Point nuclear power plant confirmed positive for alcohol during a for-cause fitness for duty test. The licensee terminated the employee’s unescorted access. Fitness for duty tests...
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Workers at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant are working around the clock to cool reactors and spent fuel pools. They are accumulating massive amounts of highly contaminated water from the cooling...
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On November 21st, 2013, NRC inspectors were performing an Access Authorization Fitness for Duty Baseline Inspection. A portion of the Baseline Inspection program works to verify the accuracy and completeness of performance indicators...
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Today I am in St. Louis, Missouri, with Bob Alvarez from the Institute for Policy Studies. We will be presenting a study of the nuclear waste from the nuclear weapons program which was...
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On Monday at 15:18, TEPCO workers began work removing spent fuel from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 spent fuel pool, which holds 1,533 assemblies. Of the 1,533 assemblies, 1,311 are spent fuel,...
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After two and a half years, two leaks have been found in the containment vessel of the Unit 1 reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Workers used a robotic boat equipped...
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A supervisor at the Harris nuclear power plant in North Carolina confirmed positive during a for-cause fitness for duty test. The licensee terminated the employee’s access to the facility. Fitness for duty tests...
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An investigation of the Fitness for Duty program launched this week at the VC Summer nuclear power plant in South Carolina found a serious violation at the Unit 2 and Unit 3 construction...
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