United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Donnie Harrison

Mr. Harrison is a senior level advisor for risk assessment at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).  He joined the NRC in 2000 after more than 16 years of developing, performing, and using probabilistic risk assessment methods for a variety of areas including: nuclear power, test, and research reactors; advanced nuclear reactor designs; chemical processing facilities; high-level radioactive waste repository concepts; security helicopter operations; and in budget planning and execution.  In addition to his risk-related advisory work at the NRC, Mr. Harrison also teaches a number of risk-related courses to the NRC staff, including: an introduction to risk-informed regulations and decision-making, use of integrated safety analysis for fuel fabrication facilities, and the risk-informed thinking workshop.

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