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NRC Action Number
|NRC Action Type
|George Geisser, III
||On July 17, 2014, the NRC issued a Severity Level II NOV and an Order prohibiting Mr. George Geisser, III, President of Geisser Engineering Corporation (GEC), from involvement in NRC-licensed activities for a period of 3 years. Mr. Geisser engaged in deliberate misconduct in violation of 10 CFR 30.10(a)(1) by deliberately conducting and directing employees of GEC to use portable gauges in NRC jurisdiction without filing for reciprocity with the NRC causing GEC to violate the requirements set forth in 10 CFR 150.20. In addition, for a period of 1 year after the 3 year prohibition has expired, the Order requires Mr. Geisser, III, to notify the NRC within 20 days following acceptance of his first employment offer involving NRC licensed activities.
|Ms. Shannon Gray
||On May 19, 2022, the NRC issued a confirmatory order (CO) to Ms. Gray confirming commitments reached as a part of an alternate dispute resolution (ADR) mediation settlement agreement between Ms. Gray and the NRC. The ADR mediation and subsequent CO were based on the results of an investigation at Avera McKennan (licensee) in which the NRC identified an apparent violation of Title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulations (10 CFR) 10 CFR 30.10(a)(1) “Deliberate Misconduct” associated with Ms. Gray, a licensee nuclear medicine manager, for willfully failing to assure that the licensee determined doses of unsealed byproduct material for medical use as required by 10 CFR10 CFR 35.63(a). Ms. Gray disagrees that a violation of 10 CFR 35.63(a) occurred and that deliberate misconduct was associated with the apparent violation. The parties agree to disagree on whether the violation occurred. Additionally, Ms. Gray agreed to complete wide-ranging actions that are expected to improve the licensee program, as fully described in the CO. In consideration of the actions and commitments outlined in the CO, the NRC agrees not to issue a notice of violation for the apparent violation.
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