REP-Radiological Emergency Preparedness

REP-Radiological Emergency Preparedness

IN a program that is FEMA’s closest to formal public health and safety regulatory effort outside of the NFIP the REP [Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program] effort dating back to the Carter Administration, new revised guidance has been published by both FEMA and NRC in today’s Federal Register both by FEMA and NRC. This reflects a decade long effort to incorporate lesson’s learned from the past including the events of 9/11/01!

Analysis of the changes will take some time.

See below:

Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Enhancements to Emergency Preparedness Regulations ,
72560–72600 [2011–29735] [TEXT]  [PDF]
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Radiological Emergency Response Plans and Preparedness in Support of Nuclear Power Plants, etc. ,
72431–72433 [2011–29733] [TEXT]  [PDF]
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Regulatory Guides:
Making Changes to Emergency Plans for Nuclear Power Reactors ,
74630–74631 [2011–30902] [TEXT]  [PDF]

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