Home / Legal & Regulatory/NRC Staff Recommends Scaling Back Reactor Inspections NRC Staff Recommends Scaling Back Reactor Inspections 07/18/2019 | Sonal Patel

WHAT THE FUCK DO THESE PEOPLE (NRC) THINK THEY ARE DOING? WHO THE FUCK DO THEY THINK THEY ARE? WHAT THE FUCK HAVE THEY BEEN SMOKIN’?.. YOU BETTER CHECK THEIR SHIT AT THE DOOR – OR RUN FOR YOUR FUCKIN’ LIVES!! THEY (NRC) ARE OUT OF THEIR FUCKIN’ MINDS!! WTF????? 💀👺😈

In a bid to enhance the reactor oversight process (ROP), staff at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has recommended the commission change qualitative descriptions for some color labels that signify risk, scale back on the time and scope of some annual inspections at the nation’s nuclear power fleet, as well as increase intervals between inspections.

The recommendations stem from a January 2018 memorandum from the NRC’s executive director of operations that tasked staff with identifying “potential transformational changes” to the NRC’s “regulatory framework, culture, and infrastructure to further enhance effectiveness, efficiency, and agility in regulating novel technologies.” To carry out the task, a “Transformation Team,” solicited feedback from internal and external stakeholders. Its recommendations were narrowed into specific action items that staff published in a June 28 “notation vote,” a document that the NRC made public this week.

Only a handful of those recommendations, however, came from the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), a trade group whose members include nuclear plant operators, reactor designers, fuel suppliers, and service companies.

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NRC Staff Recommends Scaling Back Reactor Inspections

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