United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Morning Report for Macrh 6, 2000

                       Headquarters Daily Report

                         MARCH 06, 2000

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                    REPORT             NEGATIVE            NO INPUT
                    ATTACHED           INPUT RECEIVED      RECEIVED

HEADQUARTERS        X
REGION I                               X
REGION II                              X
REGION III          X
REGION IV                                                 X
PRIORITY ATTENTION REQUIRED  MORNING REPORT - HEADQUARTERS MARCH  6, 2000

MR Number: H-00-0006

                           NRR DAILY REPORT ITEM
                           GENERIC COMMUNICATIONS



Information Notice 2000-05, "RECENT MEDICAL MISADMINISTRATIONS RESULTING
FROM INATTENTION TO DETAIL," was issued on March 6, 2000.

This notice was issued to all medical licensees to remind them of the
importance of following written directives and procedures, and the need
to pay attention to detail, especially when verifying patient identity,
programming treatment devices and preparing treatment doses.

Contacts:  Susan Greene, NMSS         John D. Jones, RIII
           301-415-7843               630-829-9832
           E-mail: slg@nrc.gov        E-mail: jdj@nrc.gov
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REGION III  MORNING REPORT     PAGE  2          MARCH  6, 2000

Licensee/Facility:                     Notification:

Wisconsin Electric Power Co.           MR Number: 3-00-0013
Point Beach 1                          Date: 03/06/00
Two Rivers,Wisconsin
Dockets: 50-266
PWR/W-2-LP

Subject: COMPLETION OF UNIT 1 FORCED MAINTENANCE OUTGAGE

Discussion:

Point Beach Unit 1 was taken critical at approximately 11:30 a.m. on
March 4, 2000. The unit had been shut down since February 20, 2000.
During the shutdown, the licensee investigated indications of a loose
part in the primary system inlet side of the "A" steam generator. No
loose parts were found, and there was no indication of any damage to the
steam generator. The licensee completed a technical evaluation which
concluded that there were no safety concerns with restarting the unit.
The licensee also repaired a mechanical joint leak on a non-isolatable
primary system boundary check valve during the outage.

Regional Action:

The resident inspectors observed startup activities. No significant
problems were identified.

Contact:  ROGER LANKSBURY            (630)829-9631
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