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Nuclear Safety: DOE Needs to Determine the Costs and Benefits of Its Safety Reform Effort
Eugene E. Aloise (au)
The Dept. of Energy (DOE) carries out many of the nationäó»s most critical missions, including stewardship of the nationäó»s nuclear weapons stockpile and the environmental remediation of radioactive and hazardous legacy waste left over from the Cold War. DOE uses a system of regulations and internal directives that lay out requirements and guidance for ensuring the safety of staff and contractors, the public, and the environment. Over the past 10 years, GAO and others have repeatedly made recommendations for DOE to improve safety performance. In March 2010, DOE announced a reform effort to revise safety-related directives to increase productivity and reduce costs while maintaining safety. This report examines (1) how DOE revised safety directives under its reform effort; (2) the costs of the reform effort and the benefits DOE hoped to achieve; and (3) the extent to which its reform effort addresses safety concerns GAO and others have identified. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
People’s Charter?: Forty Years of the National Parks & Access to the Countryside Act 1949
Air Combat: The New Face of War
Behavior & Learning of Animal Babies
Carnavalia!: African-Brazilian Folklore and Crafts
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Guide to Metal Toys
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