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Name and
NRC Action Number
NRC Action Type Date Issued Description
Mr. Michael S. Paul
IANOV 03/12/2020 On March 12, 2020, the NRC issued a Notice of Violation to Mr. Michael Paul, for violations of 10 CFR 55.53(j) (Conditions of Licenses) which requires, in part, that the licensee shall not perform activities authorized by a license issued under 10 CFR Part 55 while under the influence of alcohol that could adversely affect his or her ability to safely and competently perform his or her duties. Specifically, Mr. Paul reported for duty at Susquehanna Nuclear, LLC’s Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Unit 1, while under the influence of alcohol. Susquehanna Nuclear, LLC determined that he was under the influence of alcohol via a random test administered to him on July 4, 2019, as part of the facility's fitness-for-duty program. This is a Severity Level III violation in accordance with NRC Enforcement Policy Section 6.4.
Michael Perry
IALETTER 09/18/1998 On September 18, 1998, a letter was issued to the individual documenting the NRC's conclusion that he deliberately violated requirements when he compromised the integrity of an NRC reactor licensing examination. The letter also documented that the individual was convicted of a misdemeanor and that one of the items listed in his Plea Agreement was, ". . . defendant also agrees to never reapply for a position of employment with any facility under the jurisdiction, administration, or control of the NRC . . ."
Stanley N. Pitts
IAORDER 08/02/2005 On August 2, 2005, an immediately effective Order Prohibiting Involvement in NRC-Licensed Activities (for five years) was issued to the individual based on his deliberate activities involving his possession of byproduct material without an NRC or an Agreement State license. The Order is effective for 5 years from the date of issuance of the Order. As a technician formerly employed by Professional Inspection and Testing Services, Inc., the individual maintained possession of a moisture density gauge without the licensee's knowledge.

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