ABSTRACT

Drill Report: Grand Gulf Nuclear Station [November 20, 2008]   [open pdf - 1MB]

From the Executive Summary: "On November 20, 2008, an out-of-sequence medical drill was conducted for the Grand Gulf Nuclear Station (GGNS). The Louisiana portion of the GGNS medical drill was evaluated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/FEMA (DHS/FEMA) Region VI. The purpose of the drill was to assess the level of preparedness of local responders to react to a simulated radiological emergency at GGNS. The previous medical drill at this site was conducted on December 6, 2006. The previous plume exercise was conducted on December 19, 2007. Personnel from the State of Louisiana, Tensas Parish, Grand Gulf Nuclear Station, Northeast Louisiana Ambulance Service, and Riverland Medical Center participated in the drill. [...] This report contains the final evaluation of the out-of-sequence drill. The participants demonstrated knowledge of their emergency response plans and procedures and adequately demonstrated them. There were no Deficiencies, three Areas Requiring Corrective Action (ARCA) that were corrected on the spot, and one Plan Issue identified during the drill."

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Date:
2008-12-19
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Public Domain
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Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)
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pdf
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application/pdf
Source:
Grand Gulf Nuclear Station. Concordia Parish and Tensas Parish, LA. November 20, 2008
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