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Name and
NRC Action Number
NRC Action Type Date Issued Description
Mr. Kristian Meyer
IA-19-002
IANOV 08/08/2019 On August 8, 2019, the NRC issued a Notice of Violation to Mr. Kristian Meyer, Vice President of Dead Ringer, LLC, for a Severity Level III violation involving deliberate misconduct that caused his employer Dead Ringer LLC, to be in violation of NRC requirements. Mr. Meyer deliberately distributed products containing radioactive material without the required NRC licenses and sealed source and device evaluation. Specifically, between May 2017 and January 2018, Mr. Meyer distributed gun sights containing tritium via web site sales without obtaining the required NRC licenses and sealed source and device evaluations.
Mr. Wesley McGill
IA-19-032
IANOV 11/22/2019 On November 22, 2019, the NRC issued a Severity Level III Notice of Violation to Mr. Wesley McGill for a violation of 10 CFR 55.53 "Conditions of licenses" which requires, in part, that the licensee shall comply with any other condition that the Commission may impose. Specifically, Mr. McGill, a licensed reactor operator assigned to Entergy Operations, Inc. at Arkansas Nuclear One Unit, did not comply with a condition of his license concerning prescribed medication.
Stephen Mick
IA-15-079
IANOV 05/13/2016 On May 13, 2016, the NRC issued a Notice of Violation to Mr. Stephen Mick for a Severity Level III violation of 10 CFR 30.10(a)(1) involving deliberate misconduct that caused his employer Novelis Corporation (Novelis) to be in violation of a condition of its license. Specifically, on September 12 and 13, 2014, Mr. Mick directed a technician to repair nuclear gauze components that were related to the radiological safety of the device and these repairs were specifically prohibited by conditions of Novelis’ NRC license.
Troy Morehead
IA-16-025
IANORDER 07/11/2016 On July 11, 2016, the NRC issued a Confirmatory Order to Mr. Troy Morehead confirming commitments reached as a result of an alternative dispute resolution mediation session. The session was associated with Mr. Morehead’s conduct of radiographic operations that resulted in violations to the licensee, Acuren USA, for requirements in 10 CFR 34.51 and 34.53 by failing to conspicuously post the area with radiation area signs, and failing to maintain continuous direct visual surveillance of the operation to protect against unauthorized entry into a high radiation area. The agreement reached on June 3, 2016, included Mr. Morehead completing such actions as providing training to other radiographers, shadowing a radiation safety officer during the performance of inspections of actual radiographic operations, submit a written document detailing the observations to the NRC, and submitting an article conveying personal lessons learned to an industry publication. In consideration of these commitments from Mr. Morehead, the NRC agreed to refrain from issuing a Notice of Violation to Mr. Morehead.
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