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Revises Response to NRC 820929 Ltr Re Violations Noted in IE Insp Repts 50-250/82-29 & 50-251/82-29.Corrective Actions:Danger Tag Removed,Operator Counseled & Procedure 0103.4 Revised to Better Describe Where to Place Clearance
ML20071C337
Person / Time
Site: Turkey Point NextEra Energy icon.png
Issue date: 02/01/1983
From: Robert E. Uhrig
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO.
To: James O'Reilly
NRC OFFICE OF INSPECTION & ENFORCEMENT (IE REGION II)
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FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY February 1, 1983 L-83-51 Mr. James P. O'Reilly L Regional Administrator, Region II ,

U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 101 fiarietta Street, Suite 3100 "

Atlanta, Georgia 30303 " '

Dear Mr. O'Reilly:

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Re: Turkey Point Units 3 & 4 ~

Docket Nos. 50-250, 50-251 w m

IE Inspection Report 82-29 (Revised)

We have reviewed our initial response to IE Inspection Report 82-29 .

(L-82-469, dated October 29,1982) and the comments of the resident in-spector presented in IE Inspection Report 82-37. A revised report to the finding in Inspection P,eport 82-29 is attached.

Very truly ours, .

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Robert L. Uhrig Vice President Advanced Systems & Technology

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ATTACHMENT RE: TURKEY POINT UNITS 3 AND 4 DOCKET NOS. 50-250, 50-251 IE INSPECTION REPORT 82-29 FINDING:

Te ch ni c al Speci fication 6.8.1 requi res, i n pa rt, tnat written procedures be impl emented. Procedure A. P. 0103.4 s peci fi es the

-method for placing and removing tags fo r administrative control of equipment.

Contrary to the above, steps 4.5, 8.5.2 arid 8.6 of Admi ni strative Procedure 0103.4, "In Plant Equipment Clearance Orders" were not fully implemented for equipment clearance order (ECO) 7-155 in effect from 7/19/82 to 7/23/82. A danger tag was improperly pl a ced , the ECO f o rm wa s not c om pl e ted , and the clearance wa s not properly removed from valve MOV-878B in tne safety injection system.

RESPONSE

(1-1) FPL concurs wi th the finding. .

(1-2) The reason for this finding was that tne operator i nad ve rtently did not specify on the clearance orcer that the brea ker fo r MOV-4-878B sh oul d be t agged and tne tag intended fo r the MOV swi tch on Ve r t i cal Pa nel B was inadvertently hung on the manual operator of tne MOV instead.

(1-3) As corrective action, the da nger tag wa s removed from MOV-8788.

(1-4) The operator wa s counseled on the need for proper c om pl e t i o n of the equipment clearance order and com pli a nce wi th pl a nt procedures. Tne Admi ni strative Procedure 0103.4, In-Plant Clearance Orders, nas been r ev i sed to better describe where clearances are placed and to change the provisions for tempora ry clearance releases.

(1-5) Full compli ance wa s achi eved on September 30, 1982.

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