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Name and
NRC Action Number
NRC Action Type Date Issued Description
Terry LaBue
IANOV 05/25/2016 On May 25, 2016, the NRC issued a Notice of Violation to Mr. Terry LaBue, a former supervisor at the Waterford Steam Electric Station (the licensee), for a Severity Level III violation of 10 CFR 50.48, Fire Protection. Specifically, on December 17, 2013, Mr. LaBue deliberately provided inaccurate and incomplete information regarding the extent of the problem associated with missed fire watch tours and falsified fire watch logs when he initiated a condition report. In the condition report, Mr. LaBue identified only one individual, although he had information indicating that several individuals had not performed fire watch tours, but had indicated so on the associated fire watch logs. Condition reports associated with missed fire watches are material to the NRC because they provide evidence of compliance with licensee procedures and NRC requirements.
Kevin Lashley
IANOV 06/01/2017 On June 1, 2017, the NRC issued a Notice of Violation to Kevin Lashley for two violations. The violations involved Mr. Lashley's actions as a qualified assistant radiographer where he deliberately failed to: (1) survey the radiographic exposure device and the guide tube with a survey instrument after each exposure when approaching the device as stated in 10 CFR 34.49(b); and (2) conduct operability checks of the radiography exposure device prior to use as stated in 10 CFR 34.31(a).
Toby Lashley
IANOV 06/01/2017

On June 1, 2017, the NRC issued an Order prohibiting Toby Lashley from involvement in NRC-licensed activities.  Mr. Lashley (former radiographer) caused his former employer, JANX Integrity Group (JANX), to be in violation of 10 CFR 34.41(a) when Mr. Lashley failed to accompany another radiographer during radiographic operations.  Mr. Lashley will be prohibited from any involvement in NRC-licensed activities for a period of one year and will be required, for one year after the one year prohibition has expired, to notify the NRC within 20 days following acceptance of his first employment offer involving NRC licensed activities.

Mr. Denver Lee
IANOV 09/24/2020 On September 24, 2020, the NRC issued a Notice of Violation to Mr. Denver Lee, for a Severity Level III violation. Mr. Lee, a contractor employee supervisor, deliberately caused Entergy Operations, Inc. (Licensee), Arkansas Nuclear One, to be in violation of NRC requirements when he willfully failed to notify security upon discovering prohibited items in the protected area (PA) as required by Title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulations (10 CFR) 73.55, and licensee procedures. Specifically, on or about October 10, 2018, Mr. Lee engaged in deliberate misconduct that caused the licensee to be in violation of a regulation issued by the Commission when he was aware of prohibited items (i.e., unauthorized ammunition) inside the PA and failed to promptly notify security of the prohibited items.

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