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NRC Action Number
|NRC Action Type
||On March 1, 2017, the NRC issued a Severity Level III violation to Mr. Roy Taylor for failing to comply with 10 CFR 30.10(a)(2) requirements, which states in part, that any employee of a licensee may not deliberately submit to a licensee information that the person submitting the information knows to be incomplete or inaccurate in some respect material to the NRC. Specifically, on July 10, 2014, Mr. Taylor deliberately provided false information in a post-treatment report to Botsford General Hospital that a medical procedure had gone forward as planned, when it had not.
||On February 2, 2017, the NRC issued Mr. Curtis Thompson an Order prohibiting involvement in NRC-licensed activities for a period of 1 year. Mr. Thompson engaged in deliberate misconduct, in violation of 10 CFR 30.10(a)(1) by placing his former employer, American Engineering Testing, Inc., in violation of 10 CFR 34.41(a) when he performed industrial radiography without being accompanied by a second qualified individual. During the investigation, Mr. Thompson did not accept responsibility for his actions. He testified that he felt extremely pressured by a client of his former employer, and it was more important to complete the work than to follow NRC regulations. Mr. Thompson will be prohibited from any involvement in NRC-licensed activities for a period of 1 year and will be required to notify the NRC, for 1 year after the 1 year prohibition has expired, within 20 days following acceptance of his first employment offer involving NRC licensed activities.
|Eric B. Tulson
||On April 11, 2023, the NRC issued a notice of violation to Mr. Eric B. Tulson for a Severity Level III violation. Mr. Tulson, a licensed reactor operator assigned to the Donald C. Cook Nuclear Power Station, violated the terms and conditions of his license when he performed activities authorized by his license while under the influence of alcohol that could adversely affect his ability to perform licensed duties safely and competently, as required by Title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulations 55.53(j).
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