Supervisor at Fort Calhoun fails fitness for duty test

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Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant Omaha Public Power District

A contract supervisor at the Fort Calhoun nuclear generating station owned by the Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) failed a random fitness for duty test on Tuesday.  The employee’s access to the plant has been revoked.

The Fort Calhoun nuclear generating station has been shut down since April 2011 due to repeated problems and regulatory findings.  In August 2012, the licensee contracted a deal with Exelon Nuclear Partners to manage the operations of the plant and allow OPPD to retain ownership.

Source: NRC Event Notifications

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