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Changes and Opportunities, Lessons Learned and Successes

January 21-22, 1998

This information exchange was held for U.S. contractors involved in U.S. Department of Energy efforts to improve the safety of Soviet-designed nuclear power plants. For background information, see the summary and overview of the presentations.

The information presented was true at the time of the conference, January 1998. Procedures and rules may have been revised since then; check with responsible officials for the most current information.
Supporting Information
Laurin R.Dodd
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Welcoming Remarks Powerpoint presentation (51 K)
Jeff Ace and Jeff Deal
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Workshop: Business & Financial and Customs Process Updates Powerpoint presentations:
-Business & Finance (300 K)
-Customs Clearance (72 K)
Dan Giessing
U.S. Department of Energy
Developments and Accomplishments in the Host Countries Powerpoint presentation (500 K)
Rich Reister
U.S. Department of Energy
Program Elements and Related Activities Powerpoint presentation
(1 M)
Dennis Kreid
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Overview of Shelter Implementation Plan Progress Powerpoint presentation (3 M)
Carol Kessler
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Department of State Perspectives
Michael Archdeacon
Bechtel National, Inc.

Mark Campagna
Babcock & Wilcox Environmental Services, Inc.

Joseph Sudol, Jr.
Burns & Roe Enterprises, Inc.

Joe Feraci, Jr.
General Physics Corporation

Bob Kershner
GSE Power Systems, Inc.

Majid Mirshah
GSE Power Systems, Inc.

Pete Lobner
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

Bill Puglia
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

Dan Rees

Summary - Successes and Lessons Learned

while working to

  • increase the safety of day-to-day operations

  • upgrade safety systems

  • conduct safety assessments

  • address risks at Chornobyl



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