United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

2019 Inspection Reports

The purpose of inspection reports is to document the inspection scope, observation, and findings of inspections conducted by the NRC. The NRC performs inspections to oversee the commercial nuclear industry to determine whether its requirements are being met by licensees and their contractors. The NRC performs inspections to verify the quality and suitability of vendor products, licensee-vendor interface, and review of equipment problems found during operation and their corrective action.

For inspections and related vendor inspections conducted by Region II for the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility, please reference the Meetings About Mixed Oxide Fuel page.

Prior to December 1999, the NRC issued NUREG-0040, "Licensee Contractor and Vendor Inspection Status Report," (The White Book) to document the results of inspections performed by the NRC's Quality Assurance, Vendor Inspection, Maintenance and Allegations Branch that were distributed to the inspected organizations. As of November 1999, these inspection reports are available electronically in the NRC's record retrieval system, ADAMS. The following inspections have been conducted since May 2005:

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Inspection
Report Date
Description
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AREVA NP, Courbevoie, France, limited scope inspection to assess compliance with selected portions of their quality assurance (QA) and Part 21 programs specifically, the quality assurance program will be reviewed as it pertains to reconciliation of contracts as related to the issues identified during the 2016 Multinational Design Evaluation Programme inspection regarding the products supplied to the U.S. nuclear operating fleet.

TBD

Framatome, Le Creusot, France, limited scope inspection to assess compliance with selected portions of their quality assurance (QA) and Part 21 programs specifically as they pertain design control and corrective actions implemented as related to the issues identified during the 2016 Multinational Design Evaluation Programme inspection regarding the products supplied to the U.S. nuclear operating fleet

TBD

Tioga Pipe, Co., Easton, PA, limited scope inspection to assess compliance with selected portions of their quality assurance (QA) and Part 21 programs specifically as they pertain to their supply of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and non-ASME components to operating nuclear power plants.

TBD

Westinghouse Electric Company (WEC), Cranberry, PA, limited scope inspection to assess compliance with selected portions of their quality assurance (QA) and Part 21 programs specifically as they pertain to activities related to the corrective actions taken associated with the thermal conductivity degradation issues in fuel modeling

03/14/19

HydroAire Service, Inc., Chicago, IL, limited scope inspection to assess compliance with selected portions of their quality assurance (QA) and Part 21 programs as they pertain to activities conducted at your facility related to the design, fabrication, assembly, and testing activities of components for NRC regulated facilities.

03/13/19

Westinghouse Electric Company (WEC), New Stanton, PA, limited scope inspection to assess compliance with selected portions of their quality assurance (QA) and Part 21 programs specifically as they pertain to WEC's testing of safety-related components that comprise the uninterruptable power supply system for the AP1000 reactors currently under construction at Vogtle Units 3 and 4.

01/11/19

Applied Technical Services (ATS), Marietta, GA, limited scope inspection to assess compliance with selected portions of their quality assurance (QA) and Part 21 programs as they pertain to activities conducted at your facility.

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