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December
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12/11/2001 S-01-032 The NRC's Programs and Processes for Safety Oversight, Dr. Richard A. Meserve
12/04/2001 S-01-031 What the National Energy Strategy Means for the Nuclear Power Industry by Dr. Richard A. Meserve
November
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11/19/2001 S-01-030 Predictability and Balance Remarks of Commissioner Nils J. Diaz United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Texas A&M University College Station, TX
11/08/2001 S-01-029 Nuclear Security Issues in the Post-September 11 Environment by Dr. Richard A. Meserve, Atlanta, GA
11/02/2001 S-01-028 A New Future for Radiation Protection by Greta Joy Dicus, Syracuse, NY
October
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10/26/2001 S-01-027 Nuclear Energy Security Issues in the Post-Setember 11 World: Physical Security, Safety, Reliability of Supply by Dr. Richard A. Meserve, Valencia, Spain
10/24/2001 S-01-033 Remarks Before The 29th Nuclear Safety Research Conference by Nils J. Diaz
10/22/2001 S-01-026 Enhancing the NRC's Capacity to Meet New Regulatory Challenges by Dr. Richard A. Meserve, Washington, D.C.
10/22/2001 S-01-025 "New Direction in Research" by Greta Joy Dicus, Washington D.C.
10/08/2001 S-01-024 Radiological Protection, Nuclear Energy and the Environment in the 21st Century Resurgence of Nuclear Power by Greta Joy Dicus, Zactecas, Mexico
September
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09/17/2001 S-01-023 The Evolving Area of Radiation Protection of Patients by Dr. Richard A. Meserve, Vienna, Austria
August
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08/20/2001 S-01-022 New Hopes, New Dreams - A New Future by Greta Joy Dicus, St. Pete Beach, FL
08/13/2001 S-01-021 "The Future Ain't What It Used to Be" by Greta Joy Dicus, Washington D. C.
08/06/2001 S-01-020 The Leadership Challenge Shaping Our Future Challenges Facing the NRC by Dr. Richard A. Meserve, Amelia Island, FL
July
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07/10/2001 S-01-019 Sharing Ideas and Information for New Regulations, By The Honorable Greta Joy Dicus, Commissioner, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Keynote Address At the 2001 Executive Conference of the American Nuclear Society, Mashantucket, Connecticut
07/09/2001 S-01-018 Radiation Protection Policy and Planning for the 21st Century, By The Honorable Greta Joy Dicus, Commissioner, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Keynote Address At the 2001 Annual NEI Health Physics Information Forum Clearwater Beach
June
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06/19/2001 S-01-016 "Research: the Vision and Needs of Regulators", Remarks of Dr. Richard A. Meserve Chairman U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, at the Organization For Economic Cooperation And Development's Nuclear Energy Agency (OECD/NEA) Joint Committee On Nuclear Regulatory Activities/Committee On The Safety Of Nuclear Installations (CNRA/CSNI) Workshop, Paris, France
06/18/2001 S-01-015 "Safety: The Foundation Upon Which Economic Value Is Built", Remarks of Jeffrey S. Merrifield, Commissioner, At the 2001 ANS Annual Meeting
06/18/2001 S-01-013 "The Evolution of Safety Goals and Their Connection to Safety Culture," Dr. Richard A. Meserve, Chairman, United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Atomic Energy Society Of Japan/American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting On Safety Goals And Safety Culture
May
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05/22/2001 S-01-012 "The Lights are On and Someone’s at Home," by The Honorable Greta Joy Dicus, Commissioner, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Region IV Resident Inspector Counterpart Meeting
05/21/2001 S-01-011 "Regulating for the Common Good" by Chairman Richard Meserve U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Keynote Address at the IG Planning Conference
05/02/2001 S-01-014 "Decommissioning, Waste Disposal and Public Confidence in the 21st Century," By The Honorable Greta Joy Dicus, Commissioner, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission At the 2001 Annual Meeting of The Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors, Anchorage, Alaska
April
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04/30/2001 S-01-010 "Decommissioning the Uncertainty," Commissioner Nils J. Diaz Remarks Before the NEI/EPRI Decommissioning,Planning, and Technology Forum, New Orleans, LA
04/26/2001 S-01-009 "Regulating -- for the People," Commissioner Nils J. Diaz, Remarks Before the Internationale Länderkommission Kerntechnik Scientific Symposium, Germany
04/26/2001 S-01-008 Opening Statement by Richard A. Meserve, Chairman U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission at NRC Press Conference
04/19/2001 S-01-007 Comments by The Honorable Greta Joy Dicus at the Texas Woman’s University Honors Convocation, Denton, Texas
04/17/2001 S-01-017 Remarks of Dr. Richard A. Meserve, Chairman, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission At the Sixteenth Annual Korean Atomic Industrial Forum/Korean Nuclear Society Conference The Direction of Nuclear Regulatory Policy in the U.S.A.,Seoul, Korea
March
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03/24/2001 S-01-006 "Why the NRC Bases its Regulations on the Linear Non-threshold Theory," The Honorable Greta Joy Dicus Commissioner U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission At the 2001 Spring Joint Meetings of The Virginia Chapter of the Health Physics Society and The Virginia Section of the American Nuclear Society Hampton, Virginia
03/14/2001 S-01-005 A Vision of Tomorrow, a Plan for Today," By The Honorable Jeffrey S. Merrifield Commissioner U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission At The NRC 2001 Regulatory Information Conference Washington, D.C.
03/14/2001 S-01-004 "Regulating for the Common Good," Remarks of Commissioner Nils J. Diaz United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Regulatory Information Conference
03/13/2001 S-01-003 "Radiation Protection Standards: Past, Present and Future," by Commissioner Greta Joy Dicus, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, at the NRC 2001 Regulatory Information Conference, Washington, D.C.
03/13/2001 S-01-002 "A Perspective on the Future," Remarks of Dr. Richard A. Meserve Chairman U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission At The Thirteenth Annual Regulatory Information Conference Washington, D.C.
February
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There were no speeches for February.
January
Date Document Number Description
01/24/2001 S-01-001 "Experiences in Stakeholder Involvement in Radiological Risk Assessment and Management," by Commissioner Greta Joy Dicus, NEA Committee on Radiation Protection and Public Health Conference, in Villigen, Switzerland
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