Feb. 14, 2014 - The NRC issued a report of its quarterly inspection of Units 1 and 2 for the period October through December 2013. In the report, the NRC found three findings of very low safety significance treated as non-cited violations. There also was a licensee-identified violation determined to be of very low safety significance.
finding involved procedures that could complicate an internal flooding
event. Specifically, the NRC said procedures from PPL, the plant
operator, “directed operators to enter a flooded room to assess the
extent and source of the flooding,” an action that could flood adjacent
rooms. PPL entered the matter into its corrective action program.
second finding was PPL’s failure to ensure that all testing needed to
demonstrate the performance of various systems was “identified and
performed in accordance with written test procedures.” Specifically, the
NRC noted, PPL “did not ensure that secondary containment integrity was
tested in all required configurations.”
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