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NRC OFFICE OF INSPECTION & ENFORCEMENT (IE REGION I)
BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
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Baltimore Gas and Electric Company ATTN: Mr. George C. Creel Vice President Nuclear Energy Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant MD Rts 2 & 4, P.O. Box 1535 Lusby, Maryland 20657 '
This refers to your letter dated March 10, 1989, in response to our letter dated February 7,198 Thank you for informing us of the corrective and preventive actions documented in your lette These actions will be examined during a future inspection of your licensed progra Your co6peration with us is appreciate .
Sincerely, h'OiERT f.t. GALLO Robert M. Gallo, Chief Ooerations Branch, DRS -
W. J. Lippold, General Supervisor, Technical Services Engineering T. Mapette, Administrator, Nuclear Evaluations Public Document Room (PDR)
Local Public Document Room (LPDR)
Nuclear Safety Information Center (NSIC)
NRC Resident Inspector State of Maryland (2)
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- CHARLES CENTER . P.O. BOX 1475 BALTIMORE. MARYLAND 21203 March 10,1989 U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Washington, DC 20555 ATTENTION: Document Control Desk SUBJECT: Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant Unit Nos.1 & 2; Docket Nos. 50-317 & 50-318 *
The subject report provided concerns identified during a license examination admir.istered by the NRC on December 6 - 8, 1988. Our actions taken to address these concerns are provided in Enclosure (1).
Should you have any further questions regarding this matter, we will be pleased to discuss them with yo Very truly yours,
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Geo ge C. Creel Vice President - Nuclear Energy GCC/LSL/ dim Enclosure cc: D. A. Brune, Esq:iire J. E. Silberg, Esquire R. A.Capra, NRC A. McNeil, NRC ,
W. T. Russell, NRC R. M.Gallo NRC H. Eichenholz/V. L. Pritchett, NRC T. Magette, DNR l
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- ENCLOSURE (1)
CALVERT CLIFFS REPLY TO NRC EXAMINATION REPORT
\ 50-317/88-26 (OL) AND ' 50-318/88-26 (CL)
o The subject report provided concerns regarding use of Emergency Operating Procedures (EOPs) during a necent NRC administered license examination (December 6-8, 1988).
Our license candidates did not implement two EOPs in a manner consistent with the guidance provided in each EOP. The following specific examples were provided: Candida:es either did not use EOP-0 (Post Trip Immediate Actions) flow charts, which identify the optimal Recovery Procedure, or when used, did not follow the guidance provide . Contrary to the instrucQns provided in EOP-8 (Functional Recovery Procedure), when candid r,s entered the EOP, they often transferred out of the EOP prior to c mpletion. In addition, the candidates evaluated ;
the Safety Function Acceptance Criteria in the order in which they were presented in the EOP, instead of evaluating those which were in highest
jeopard , The above concerns were discussed -with the examiners following the license examinatio Based on these discussions and a review of the subject EOPs and our initial license operator training program, the following actions have been taken:
o The flowcharts for EOP-0 have been revised. The flowcharts provide additional guidance for both entering the appropriate Recovery Procedure based on specific plant conditions, and responding to multiple or undiagnosed event j o Consistent with the changes to EOP-0, the. Entry Conditions for EOP-8 have been revised to ' include multiple event i o The priority and method of monitoring EOP-8 Safety Function Acceptance !
Criteria and implementing recovery actions have been clarifie ;
o The Exit Conditions have been separated from the Entry Conditions and. now provide clearly defined circumstances under which EOP-8 may be exite !
o Extensive classroom and simulator training on these revised EOPs has since been provided to licensed operators as part of the requalification training program, o Our initial license operator training program will include additional training on the proper implementation of EOP-0 and EOP-8. License candidates will receive additional simulator training for multiple major events requiring use of EOP- .
o All training programs will continue to place strong emphasis on procedure complianc !
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