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Blog Author Steve Hudgik
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Keeping It Safe And Cool
The Sunday edition of the Courier News in Russellville, AR had an article about the safety record at Arkansas Nuclear One (ANO). ANO was the first site in the nuclear energy industry to join the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Voluntary Protection Program. Over the past seven years (since May 18, 2000) they have worked 13,000,000 manhours without a lost-time incident.
You can read the article, which focuses on industrial safety, at: http://www.couriernews.com/story.php?ID=14766
The opening paragraph summarizes the article this way:"Safety is serious business at Arkansas Nuclear One. Site managers focus on three kinds of safety — nuclear, industrial and radiological. Nuclear safety was highlighted last Sunday. Industrial safety refers to protecting plant workers from occupational injury while radiological safety emphasizes minimizing radiation exposure for plant personnel. Also learn how the cooling tower actually works and what it releases.
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