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December 1999
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New training program implemented

In collaboration with specialists from Sonalysts, Inc., training staff of Armenia NPP implemented a new instructional program for plant staff during the week of December 13. Five plant workers-four technicians and one supervisor in radiation protection-served as trainees for the new Radiation Protection Technician program. Training specialists from the International Atomic Energy Agency and Human Performance Analysis Corporation also participated in the program implementation. Based on successful implementation of this pilot session, the radiation protection course now will be taught to all plant workers. (John Yoder, DOE, 301-903-5650; Don Draper, PNNL, 509-372-4079)*

Safety parameter display system nearing completion

In December, specialists from Data Systems & Solutions (DS&S) successfully finished their work to implement a safety parameter display system at Armenia NPP. All that remains to complete the project is the site acceptance testing, which is expected to be conducted in January. DS&S, a joint venture between Science Applications International Corporation and Rolls Royce based in Delaware, Ohio, is a subcontractor to the U.S. firm of Burns & Roe Enterprises, Inc. (Richard Reister, DOE, 301-903-0234; Rich Denning, PNNL, 614-424-7412; Frank Panisko, PNNL, 509-372-4472) *


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