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November 1999
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* November 29-December 10 - Kyiv, Ukraine
Training. U.S. training experts from Sonalysts, Inc., and Human Performance Analysis Corporation, along with representatives of Ukrainian nuclear power plant organizations and the Engineering and Technical Center for the Training of Nuclear Industry Personnel, will discuss ongoing modifications to the current one-week simulator instructor training course. (John Yoder, DOE, 301-903-5650; Joe Cleary, PNNL, 509-372-4094)

* December 2 - Kyiv, Ukraine-
Plant Safety Assessment. Participants in in-depth safety assessments under way at Rivne, South Ukraine, and Zaporizhzhya NPPs will review the status of their respective projects. Others expected to participate in the reviews include representatives of Energoatom; technical contractors Energorisk, Kyiv Energoproekt, and Joint Stock Enterprise-EIS; SCIENTECH, Inc., and Science Applications International Corporation; and U.S. specialists from Argonne and Pacific Northwest national laboratories. (Walter Pasedag, DOE, 301-903-3628; Christian Kot, ANL, 630-252-6151)

* December 3-4 - Kyiv, Ukraine
Plant Safety Assessment. Technical staff from Zaporizhzhya NPP and the plant's primary contractor, Joint Stock Enterprise-EIS, will meet with U.S. team representatives. Participants will discuss detailed plans for the in-depth safety assessment of Zaporizhzhya Unit 5. (Walter Pasedag, DOE, 301-903-3628; Christian Kot, ANL, 630-252-6151)

* December 6-10 - Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, USA
Plant Safety Assessment. U.S. team members from Argonne National Laboratory will host a project review meeting for Ukrainian and U.S. participants in the Rivne and South Ukraine NPP in-depth safety assessments. Attendees will review and coordinate schedule recovery activities and plans for the two projects. Ukrainian bounding mode analysis scenarios for analyzing the Rivne Unit 1 emergency operating instructions will be reviewed. (Walter Pasedag, DOE, 301-903-3628; Charles Dickerman, ANL, 630-252-4622)

* December 6-10 - Kyiv, Ukraine
Plant Safety Assessment. U.S. specialists from Brookhaven National Laboratory will present a seminar on methodologies for quality assurance and peer review activities. Technical staff of Engineering Technologies and Developments, the Ukrainian firm to provide those services for the in-depth safety assessment of South Ukraine NPP, will participate. (Walter Pasedag, DOE, 301-903-3628; Ted Ginsberg, BNL, 516-344-2620)

* December 6-17 - Armenia NPP, Armenia
Training. Training experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency and Sonalysts, Inc., will work with Armenia NPP training and technical specialists to complete preparations for implementation of training programs for radiation protection technicians and senior foremen for the reactor equipment maintenance shop. (John Yoder, DOE, 301-903-5650; Don Draper, PNNL, 509-372-4079)

* December 7-10 - Ignalina NPP, Lithuania
Simulators and Training. Ignalina NPP will host a seminar on use and management of full-scope simulators at nuclear power plants with RBMK reactors. Two representatives each from the Smolensk Training Center and Chornobyl, Kursk, Leningrad, and Smolensk NPPs are expected to attend. A U.S. training expert from DOE and a utility representative from Seabrook NPP also will participate. (John Yoder, DOE, 301-903-5650; Don Draper, PNNL, 509-372-4079)


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