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Forwards Proposed Schedule for Completing Requirements of NUREG-0737,Suppl 1, Emergency Response Capability, Per 830510 Meeting.Commitments from 830415 Ltr Remain Unchanged
ML20071N970
Person / Time
Site: Crystal River Duke energy icon.png
Issue date: 05/31/1983
From: Wilgus W
FLORIDA POWER CORP.
To: Stolz J
Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation
References
RTR-NUREG-0737, RTR-NUREG-737, TASK-1.C.1, TASK-1.D.1, TASK-1.D.2, TASK-3.A.1.2, TASK-3.A.2.2, TASK-TM
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%ki norida Power C O A P O A A T ' 0 88 May 31,1983 3F-0583-24 Director of Nuclear Reactor Regulation Attention: Mr. John F. Stolz, Chief Operating Reactors Branch No. 4 Division of Licensing U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Washington, D.C. 20555

Subject:

Crystal River Unit 3 Docket No. 50-302 Operating License No. DPR-72 NUREG-0737, Supplement 1 Proposed Schedule for Completing Requirements for Emergency Response Capability

Dear Sir:

As a result of our May 10, 1983, meeting with you, Florida Power Corporation (FPC) has updated its schedule for those activities necessary to complete requirements to upgrade our emergency response capabilities. Discussions of two specific areas of concern have resulted in this letter:

1. the integration of all control room related reviews, assessments and installations into the Control Room Design Review (CRDR); and
2. the schedule for the CRDR implementation phase.

It is FPC's intent to integrate all changes to the control room during the assessment phase of the CRDR. The design and location of the SPDS and the planned Regulatory Guide 1.97 upgrades will be considered during the CRDR assessment to determine the upgrade priorities.

Predicting long-term schedules based on several ongoing programs is difficult. Therefore, we have amended the schedule to indicate only the beginning of presently unpredicted phases (e.g., implementing CRDR and RG 1.97 procurement and installation). When these phases begin, we will provide detailed schedules.

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- Page 2 In our April 15,1983, letter to you we committed:

1. to implement the schedule through April 14, 1984;
2. to review the schedule at that time; and,
3. to review the schedule annually thereafter.

These commitments have not changed.

Sincerely, W. S. Wilg Vice PresMent Nuclear Operations

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Y Attachment 3 Item Number Response Activity Number 5.2.a FPC will submit a program plan within two (2) months after the 913 start of the Review. This is scheduled for the 4th Quarter of 1983.

, 5.2.b FPC will submit a summary report of the completed assessment. 915 This is scheduled for the 2nd Quarter of 1985.

5.2.g FPC will not begin the control room upgrade until the staff 916 has issued an SER and FPC has addressed any open items. We will provide a detailed schedule for Control Room modifications and operator training by July 1,1985.

6.1,a The requirements of Regulatory Guide 1.97 will be considered 950 and during the Compliance Study and Systems Study Phase of this 952 project. Results of these studies will be integrated in our Control Room Design review.

6.1.b FPC will to satisfy the requirements of this paragraph in 952 the systems study.

6.1.c Same as 6.1.b 952 6.1.d Same as 6.1.b 952 6.2 FPC will submit a report describing its' compliance with the requirements 953,954, of this paragraph and showing FPC's position on all items in Regulatory 956 and 958 Guide 1.97 in the 3rd Quarter of 1984. Identified deviations from the requirements of RG 1.97 will initiate the engineering phase of FPC's compliance and allow FPC to submit a detailed procurement schedule by January 2,1985 and a schedule for installation and training by February 28,1986.

7.1.a FPC is committed to using human factored, function oriented EOP's. Complete 7.1.b FPC has prepared Technical Guidelines. 919 (Completed) 7.1.c FPC is currently writing the upgraded EOP's consistent with the 920 Technical Guildelines and the Procedures Generation Package pre-viously submitted to the NRC, Activity completion scheduled for the end of the 3rd Quarter of 1983.

7.1.d Training on the upgraded EOP's is scheduled to be completed during 920 the 1st Quarter of 1984.

7.1.e Implementation scheduled for the 1st Quarter of 1984. 920 7.2.a FPC has submitted Technical Guidelines. 919 (Completed)

ddP Attachment 3 Item Number Response Activity Number 7.2.b FPC has submitted the Procedures Generation Package including 919 a program for the validation of EOP's. (Completed) 8.2.1.a The general requirements for the TSC have been included in the Complete design of the TSC.

3.2.1.b The location requirement of the TSC has been included in the Complete design of the TSC.

8.2.1.c The accommodations requirement of the TSC has been included in the Complete design of the TSC.

8.2.1.d The TSC was structurally built in accordance with the Uniform Complete Building Code.

8.2.1.e Tne controlled environment requirement of the TSC has been included Complete in the design of the TSC.

8.2.1.g The communications requirement for the TSC has been included in the Complete design of the TSC.

8.2.1.h The data requirement for the TSC has been included in the design 964 of the TSC. The data display equipment is scheduled to be completed in the 1st Quarter of 1984.

8.2.1.1 The records requirement for the TSC has been included in the design Complete of the TSC.

8.2.1.J The staffing requirement for the TSC has been included in the design Complete of the TSC.

8.2.1.k The human factors engineering principle requirement for the TSC has Complete been included in the design of the TSC.

8.3.1.a The general requirements for the OSC have been included in the Complete design of the OSC.

8.3.1.b The location requirement for the OSC has been included in the design Complete of the OSC.

8.3.1.c The communication requirement for the OSC has been included in the Complete design of the OSC.

8.4.1.a The general requirements for the EOF have been included in the Complete design of the EOF.

3.4.2.b The location requirement for the EOF has been included in the Complete design of the EOF.

8.4.1.c The accommodation requirement for the EOF has been included in the Complete design of the EOF.

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Attachment 3 Item Number Response Activity Number 8.4.1.d The EOF was structurally built in accordance with tiie Uniform Complete Building Code.

8.4.1.e The controlled environment requirement for the EOF has been Complete included in the design of the EOF.

8.4.1.f The communications requirement for the EOF has been included 960 in the design of the EOF. This is scheduled to be completed in the 3rd Quarter of 1983.

8.4.1.g The data requirement for the EOF has been included in the design 962 and 964 of the EOF. This is scheduled to be installed by the end of 1983 and EOF personnel training in EDAS operation by the end of the 1st Quarter of 1984.

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8.4.1.1 The staffing requirement for the EOF has been ir.cluded in the Complete design of the EOF.

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8.4.1.k The human factors engineering principles requirement for the EOF Complete has been included in the design of the EOF.

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