United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Morning Report for January 15, 2002

                       Headquarters Daily Report

                         JANUARY 15, 2002

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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 JANUARY 15, 2002

MR Number: H-02-0008

                           NRR DAILY REPORT ITEM
                           GENERIC COMMUNICATIONS



Subject: Issuance of Information Notice 2002-03

NRC Information Notice 2002-03: Highly Radioactive Particle Control
Problems During Spent Fuel Pool Cleanout dated January 10, 2002

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is issuing this information
notice to alert addressees to recent issues involving evaluation and
control of radioactive particles generated during removal of material
from a spent fuel pool prior to shipping the material offsite for
disposal.  The issue emphasized in this notice is that highly radioactive
(hot) particles represent a radiological hazard not just in terms of
shallow dose to the skin or an extremity but also as a deep or whole-body
dose.

ADAMS Accession No.:  ML011790547

Contacts:   James Wigginton, NRR        James D. Noggle, Region I
            301-415-1059                610-337-5063
            E-mail: jew2@nrc.gov        E-mail: jdn@nrc.gov

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HEADQUARTERS      MORNING REPORT     PAGE  2          JANUARY 15, 2002

MR Number: H-02-0009

                           NRR DAILY REPORT ITEM
                           GENERIC COMMUNICATIONS



Subject: Issuance of Information Notice 2002-04

NRC Information Notice 2002-04: Wire Degradation at Breaker Cubicle Door
Hinges dated January 10, 2002

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is issuing this information
notice to inform addressees of degraded breaker cubicle wires found at
the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.  These wires connect electrical
equipment mounted on cubicle doors to equipment inside the breaker
cubicles.  Over time, the wires degraded due to cold-working and aging.

ADAMS Accession No.:  ML013510387

Contacts:   T. Jackson, Region IV       Paul Shemanski, NRR
            805-595-2354                301-415-1377
            E-mail: twj@nrc.gov         E-mail: pcs@nrc.gov

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REGION III  MORNING REPORT     PAGE  3          JANUARY 15, 2002

Licensee/Facility:                     Notification:

Nuclear Management Company, Llc        MR Number: 3-02-0003
Point Beach 1 2                        Date: 01/15/02
Two Rivers,Wisconsin                   1/02 Site Prsnnl.Brfng of Res.Insp.
Dockets: 50-266,50-301
PWR/W-2-LP,PWR/W-2-LP

Subject: MANAGEMENT CHANGES IN NUCLEAR MANAGEMENT COMPANY, LLC

Discussion:

The Nuclear Management Company, LLC, (NMC) announced recent changes in
the upper management of Point Beach and Kewaunee and at its corporate
headquarters in Hudson, Wisconsin. Mark Reddemann, the current Site
Vice-President at Point Beach and Kewaunee, has been named the NMC Vice-
President of Engineering, replacing Mr. Lyle Bohn, who has been named the
NMC Senior Vice-President of Nuclear Support Programs. Mr. Mark Warner,
formerly the Site Vice-President at Three Mile Island-1, will replace Mr.
Reddemann as the Point Beach and Kewaunee Site Vice-President. The change
is effective January 21, 2002.

Contact:  ROGER LANKSBURY            (630)829-9631
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Licensee/Facility:                     Notification:

Nuclear Management Company, Llc        MR Number: 3-02-0004
Kewaunee 1                             Date: 01/14/02
Kewaunee,Wisconsin                     01/02 Site Prsnnl Brfng of Res.Insp
Dockets: 50-305
PWR/W-2-LP

Subject: MANAGEMENT CHANGES IN NUCLEAR MANAGEMENT COMPANY, LLC

Discussion:

The Nuclear Management Company, LLC, (NMC) announced recent changes in
the upper management of Point Beach and Kewaunee and at its corporate
headquarters in Hudson, Wisconsin. Mark Reddemann, the current Site
Vice-President at Point Beach and Kewaunee, has been named the NMC Vice-
President of Engineering, replacing Mr. Lyle Bohn, who has been named the
NMC Senior Vice-President of Nuclear Support Programs. Mr. Mark Warner,
formerly the Site Vice-President at Three Mile Island-1, will replace Mr.
Reddemann as the Point Beach and Kewaunee Site Vice-President. The change
is effective January 21, 2002.

Contact:  ROGER LANKSBURY            (630)829-9631
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