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    NRC schedules meeting on safety culture statement

    September 2, 2010

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    The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will host a public meeting Sept. 28 in Las Vegas to seek comment on revisions to its draft safety culture policy statement. The meeting also will be broadcast via teleconference and on the web.

    The meeting will cover revised definitions and traits of safety culture. The revisions stem from a February 2010 workshop on safety culture during which stakeholders offered comments on the original draft.

    The revised draft is expected to be released before the September meeting.



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