Submittal of Documents to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (Generic Letter No. 82-14)
UNITED STATES NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION WASHINGTON, D. C. 20555 August 9, 1982 TO ALL REACTOR LICENSEES, HOLDERS OF CONSTRUCTION PERMITS AND APPLICANTS SUBJECT: SUBMITTAL OF DOCUMENTS TO THE NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION (Generic Letter No. 82-14 ) In recent months the volume of document submittals to the NRC, combined with confusion relating to copy requirements and submittal methods, has caused delays in document processing. To ensure expeditious processing of formal submittals, please comply with the requirements set forth in 10 CFR Chapter I. Informal advance submittals may be made, however, with the agreement of the NRC Project Manager. Informal submittals must be labelled "Addressee Only" and are not considered part of the formal submittal. Enclosure 1 summarizes the above requirements, and identifies our other copy needs not prescribed in the regulations. Alternatives for meeting these requirements, such as submittal of microforms, are described in Enclosure 2. Should you have any questions regarding the proper administrative procedures for making formal submittals or reports to NRC, please contact your Project Manager. Sincerely, Darrell G. Eisenhut, Director Division of Licensing Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation Enclosures: As Stated 8208090194 . Enclosure 1 SUBMITTALS OF COPIES OF DOCUMENTS FOR NUCLEAR REACTORS A. Power and Test Facilities Minimum Copies for NRC1/ 1. Information required by Attorney General for Antitrust Review 20 2. Tendered application for Construction Permit and approval of Preliminary Standard Design and Early Review of Site Suitability Issues General Information 10 Environmental Report 20 50.34 Technical Information 15 3. Accepted application for Construction Permit and approval of Preliminary Standard Design and Early Review of Site Suitability Issues General Information 15 Environmental Report and Amendments 41 50.34 Technical Information 40 PSAR Amendments 60 4. Tendered Application for License and approval of Final Standard Design General Information 10 Environmental Report 20 50.34 Technical Information 15 5. Accepted Application for License and approval of Final Standard Design General Information 15 Environmental Report and Amendments 41 50.34 Technical Information 40 FSAR Amendments 60 Emergency Plan and Amendments 13* 6. Application for amendment of License or Construction Permit General Information 19 Safety Analysis Information 40 *Includes three copies to be sent directly to Regional Administrator . - 2 - 7. Application for transfer of Construction Permit or License (50.80) Reference item 5 above 8. For copies not specified in NRC Regulations, Reg. Guide 10.1, or the licenses, 40 copies are needed (e.g., Applications for Termination of License, Responses to Request for Additional Information, Responses to Generic Letters, and Responses to Orders), except for the following: Safeguards Contingency Plan 6 Physical Security Plan 6 Guard Training and Qualification Plan 6 B. Nonpower Facilities Copies for NRC Applications for Construction Permit or Operating License General Information and Amendments 19 50.34 Technical Information (OL) and Amendments 19 1/Copy requirements are in addition to the three signed originals, if applicable. Unless otherwise specified, all submittals should be addressed to the Office of Director as designated, ATTN: Document Control Desk, U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D. C. 20555. Submittals may be delivered in person at the NRC's offices at 1717 H Street N. W., Washington, D. C., or at 7920 Norfolk Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland, between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. All copies required should be provided in a single submittal. Multiple package shipments should be numbered sequentially within sets with the package containing the signed original(s) clearly designated. . Enclosure 2 ALTERNATIVES FOR SUBMITTAL OF HARD COPIES (a) Copy Requirements - Submittal requirements may be met by the following: (1) For documents other than drawings, maps or photographs, if fewer than ten copies are required (i.e., reports as noted in Regulatory Guide 10.1, Revision 4), one signed original and one master microfiche may be submitted. The Document Control Desk should always receive any microfiche submitted. (2) For documents other than drawings, maps or photographs, if more than forty copies are required, one master microfiche may be submitted in lieu of paper copies in excess of forty. (3) Copy requirements for computer output may be met by submitting one hard copy and one master microfiche. (4) Copy requirements for (larger than 11 x 17) engineering drawings or maps may be met by submitting four hard copies and one master aperture card assuming no information is lost (.e.g., color codes, etc.). (5) All requirements may be met by the submission of all the required hard copies. (b) Microform Specifications - Microfiche and aperture cards, if used for submittal purposes, should conform to the following specifications: (1) Microfiche (i) Microfiche containing source documentation should conform to the NMA Type 1 format (ANSI/NMA MS.5) consisting of 98 frames arranged in 7 rows and 14 columns. (ii) The reduction ratio should be 24:1 for all microfiche. (iii) The microfiche should be standard 148mm x 105mm. (iv) The microfiche should be silver-halide master placed in individual acid free envelope. (v) The microfiche should be titled in the following manner: the first line should contain, from left to right, the NRC Docket number, Report Name, Revision level and date. The second line should contain, from left to right, the original document date, report name (cont.), and fiche sequence (e.g., 01 of 09). Three or four lines may be used for title information as necessary. . - 2 - (vi) Title information should be eye readable on a clear background. (vii) The submittal of microfiche containing proprietary material should be coordinated with the Document Management Branch, Division of Technical Information and Document Control, U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 20555 to set format and procedures for submittal. (viii) Foldouts, if any, should be segmented and filmed in logical order. (ix) The first frame should be blank, and the second frame should contain the resolution target (NBS 1010A.) (2) Aperture Cards - Engineering drawings and/or maps should be submitted in accordance with Military Specifications Mil-C-9877B and Mil-C-9949. (i) The following reduction ratios should be used in the production of 35mm aperture cards: - Up to and including 610mm x 457mm (24" x 18") (C or A2 size) should be filmed at a ratio of 16:1. - Over 610mm x 457mm and up to 914mm x 610mm (36" x 24") (D or Al size) should be filmed at a ratio of 24:1. - Over 914mm x 610mm and up to 1,219mm x 914mm (48" x 36") (E or AO size) should be filmed at a ratio of 30:1. - Over 1,219mm x 914mm (to be filmed in sections according to NMA-MS110) should be filmed at a ratio of 30:1. (ii) The aperture card should be a silver-halide original. (iii) Title information should be placed at the top of the card and contain, left to right, docket number, drawing identifier, drawing number, drawing date and/or revision.
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