Sent:Saturday, March 26, 2011 9:41 PM
Cc:Taylor, Robert; Scott, Michael; Blarney, Alan; Giessner, John; Nakanishi, Tony; Casto, Chuck; Dorman, Dan; Monninger, John
Subject:Attention Bill Ruland: Japan Rector Team Alignment Plan
Attachments:Japan Team Reactor Issues Alignment Plan.docx
As discussed, attached is our proposed alignment plan. We welcome feedback.
Japan Team Reactor Issues Alignment Plan
1. Identify Team Leads for Major Issues:
Spent Fuel Pools: Rob Taylor
Unit 1-Alan Blarney
Unit 2 – Tony Nakanishi
Unit 3 – Jack Giessner
Note: The delineation of lead responsibilities should not inhibit effective communication among team members to assess information on any of the site issues and develop effective recommendations with the support of the RST. Nor should the RST limit distribution of information to specific members of Japan team.
2. Product: Ensure the highest quality “RST Assessment Fukushima Daiichi Units” paper is provided to our Japanese counterparts.
3. How to accomplish product:
a. Japan team will focus on collecting best available information to feed to the RST.
b. Japan team will ensure close coordination with RST (GE/INPO, etc.)
i. Japan team proposes two daily phone calls going forward
1. 0700 JST- 30 minute alignment meeting
a. Goal: Feedback to Japan team on work done by RST and industry since previous day’s 1600 JST meeting.
b. Gain insights for 1100 JST NRC/NISA/TEPCO daily meeting
2. 1600 JST- 60 minute feedback meeting
a. Goal: Japan team input to RST and industry on information gathered during the day.
b. Alignment on priorities for RST and industry assessments going forward.
c. Japan team will provide feedback on RST assessment paper to ensure highest quality and clarity before providing it to our Japanese counterparts.
d. Japan team will provide feedback on where RST assessment paper needs to focus going forward based on new and evolving information.
e. Japan team will consolidate messages and information prior to 1100 JST NRC/NISA/TEPCO meeting.
- March 26th, 2011 – Decommissioning Type Information – (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – Response to what are we not getting done – Samuel Miranda (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – Response to what are we not getting done – Barry Westreich (enformable.com)
- March 14th 2011 – Confirmation of names for Japan (enformable.com)
- March 26th, 2011 – UPDATE from 0830 Telecon on Fukushima Daiichi Events (enformable.com)
- April 2nd, 2011 – Reactor 1 uncontrolled depressurization/leak – Dose rate of 27 R/hr found – Radiation Level at Reactor 2 measured over 100 R/hr (enformable.com)
- April 6th, 2011 – Japan just said there was a zirc fire in Unit 4 SFP. Did we know this? – Depends what is meant by “know.” (enformable.com)
- March 14th, 2011 – What to do with respect to Potassium Iodide for those going to Japan? (enformable.com)
- March 14th, 2011 – NRC Radiological Health Physics and Plume Modeling Expert Worked at Fukushima in the 1980s (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – Response to what are we not getting done – Gerard Purciarello (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – Response to what are we not getting done – Melanie Galloway (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – Response to what are we not getting done – Anthony Mendiola (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – Response to What We Are Not Getting Done – Joseph G. Glitter (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – Response to what are we not getting done – Patrick Hiland (enformable.com)
- March 11th, 2011 – 4 Units on RCIC – 1 Unit Without AC – Different Unit With Active ECCS Due to High Containment Temperatures or Pressure (enformable.com)