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NRC Items of Interest

Contact the Bureau of Radiation Control

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) periodically posts documents on their web site that are important or of interest to Florida radioactive material licensees or the public. The NRC also occasionally asks the Bureau of Radiation Control to pass along certain information to our stakeholders, so this page was created to help share all these items. It is not intended to be all inclusive so if you need more details about a particular topic not given here, please visit NRC's web site at www.nrc.gov.

In addition, most of the documents below are letters from NRC's Office of Federal & State Materials & Environmental Management (FSME) Programs. These and other FSME letters can be found on this NRC web site: http://nrc-stp.ornl.gov/asletters/.

All items on this page are PDF files and less than 500 KB, unless otherwise specified.

Safety Culture Web Site
NRC's Safety Culture Policy and Website

FSME 10-029
Development of Joint NRC-NNSA Key Message Document "Partnership For Securing Nuclear And Radioactive Materials"

FSME 10-027
Revised International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES) Users Manual

FSME 10-019
Reporting Requirements for Industrial Radiography
See also Florida Information Notice 2010-03

FSME 10-018
Notice of FSME Public Webpage on Low Level Radioactive Waste and Source Disposal

SECY 09-0181
Proposed Rule (10 CFR Part 37): Physical Protection of Byproduct Material. (NRC’s Increased Controls Proposed Rules)

FSME 09-100
Notice of Opportunity for Public Comment on Proposed Regulatory Issue Summary 2009-XX Regarding Monitoring the Status of Regulated Activities During a Pandemic

FSME 09-095
Draft Safety Culture Policy Statement and Notice of U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Workshops

*Note: This page contains materials in the Portable Document Format (PDF). The free Adobe Reader may be required to view these files.