Sent:Tuesday, March 29, 2011 7:29 AM
RE: Feedback on Ops response
Thanks, Stan. That is the opinion of several other folks as well.
From: Gardocki, Stanley —–
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2011 7:04 PM
To: Hasselberg, Rick
Cc: Ruland, William
Subject: Feedback on Ops response
Rick (and Bill who was my RST director for the shift)
I know you will be collecting feedback to incorporate lesson learned during this emergency response. So before it slips my mind I am sending now. My observation last Saturday was that there was a lot of discussion on what steps the Japanese should be taking. The SAMGs are guidelines specially designed for this situation. However, it seems like people are trying to second guess and seems like no clear direction. Now either the SAMG procedures are not correct, or people are not following the response directed by the SAMGs. Really seems odd to me that the industry went to such an extent to formulate an action plan and here is a clear case for their use. But it is not happening.
Just my observation.
- March 14th, 2011 – Can Anyone Get Tony Some Clothes? We should do whatever we need to do to get this reimbursed asap – He’s In Japan Assisting With Fukushima Efforts (enformable.com)
- March 15th, 2011 – All 3 Reactors have known fuel damage – 50 Staff on site – 5 may have received fatal radiation doses (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)
- March 15th, 2011 – INPO Issued Highest Level Report to Members – Only In Response to Fukushima (enformable.com)
- March 23rd, 2011 – Response to what are we not getting done – Gerard Purciarello (enformable.com)