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A Day in the Life of an NRC Resident Inspector

At least two NRC resident inspectors are assigned to each U.S. commercial nuclear plant. They serve as the agency's eyes and ears at the facility, conducting inspections, monitoring major work projects and interacting with plant workers and the public.

Student booklet: A Day in the Life of an NRC Resident Inspector - showing a cartoonish male character holding a flashlight shining a beam on the ground and holding his hard hat above his head in a greeting gesture with the words A Day in the Life of an NRC Resident Inspector
Booklet
Poster for A Day in the Life of an NRC Resident Inspector - consisting of a storyboard type representation of an inspectors typical day at a nuclear plant
Poster
YouTube video: A Day in the Life of an NRC Resident Inspector - showing a cartoonish male character holding a flashlight shining a beam on the ground and holding his hard hat above his head in a greeting gesture with the words A Day in the Life of an NRC Resident Inspector, and with the YouTube video logo, which consists of the word You in black text; the word Tube in white text on a red, rectangle background simulating a tv screen, and the word VIDEO in red text
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