Tag Archives: Hatch

Event Reports: New York nuke workers figure out how to get around random Fitness for Duty tests

An interesting item from Monday’s NRC Event Notification Reports page: The FitzPatrick nuclear power plant in New York reported: “A significant Fitness for Duty (FFD) programmatic vulnerability was discovered during an NRC inspection. A potential exists that some members of … Continue reading

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Do you live near one of these 32 reactors? GE Hitachi still not sure they can be shut down safely after an earthquake

  GE Hitachi (GEH) posted an update on the NRC website today: “GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) provided an update to its guidance and supporting evaluations that were reported in MFN 08-420 R0 on December 19, 2008 and MFN 10-245 R5 … Continue reading

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Event Reports: Safety display systems out at Georgia nuke, manual reactor scram at Mississippi plant

A couple of items from today’s NRC Event Reports: 1. The Hatch nuclear power plant in Georgia reported to the NRC that a hard drive crash on Saturday had rendered inoperable both the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) and the Emergency … Continue reading

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Event Reports: Radiation indication halts restart of Georgia reactor and another example of why colocation is a bad idea

Some things from this morning’s Nuclear Regulatory Event Reports: 1. Yesterday afternoon, while attempting to restart the Unit 2 reactors, operators at the Hatch nuclear power plant in Georgia noticed that one of the Intermediate Range Monitors (IRM) was spiking. … Continue reading

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