Appendix G to Part 73--Reportable Safeguards Events
Pursuant to the provisions of 10 CFR 73.71 (b) and (c), licensees subject to the provisions of 10 CFR 73.20, 73.37, 73.50, 73.55, 73.60, and 73.67 shall report or record, as appropriate, the following safeguards events.
I. Events to be reported within one hour of discovery, followed by a written report within 60 days.
(a) Any event in which there is reason to believe that a person has commited or caused, or attempted to commit or cause, or has made a credible threat to commit or cause:
(1) A theft or unlawful diversion of special nuclear material; or
(2) Significant physical damage to a power reactor or any facility possessing SSNM or its equipment or carrier equipment transporting nuclear fuel or spent nuclear fuel, or to the nuclear fuel or spent nuclear fuel a facility or carrier possesses; or
(3) Interruption of normal operation of a licensed nuclear power reactor through the unauthorized use of or tampering with its machinery, components, or controls including the security system.
(b) An actual entry of an unauthorized person into a protected area, material access area, controlled access area, vital area, or transport.
(c) Any failure, degradation, or the discovered vulnerability in a safeguard system that could allow unauthorized or undetected access to a protected area, material access area, controlled access area, vital area, or transport for which compensatory measures have not been employed.
(d) The actual or attempted introduction of contraband into a protected area, material access area, vital area, or transport.
II. Events to be recorded within 24 hours of discovery in the safeguards event log.
(a) Any failure, degradation, or discovered vulnerability in a safeguards system that could have allowed unauthorized or undetected access to a protected area, material access area, controlled access area, vital area, or transport had compensatory measures not been established.
(b) Any other threatened, attempted, or committed act not previously defined in appendix G with the potential for reducing the effectiveness of the safeguards system below that committed to in a licensed physical security or contingency plan or the actual condition of such reduction in effectiveness.
[52 FR 21658, June 9, 1987, as amended at 60 FR 13618, Mar. 14, 1995; 68 FR 33617, June 5, 2003]