Diablo Canyon does/did the same as Palo Verde and Comanche Peak.

Linda Sewell
Retired from Diablo 2/1/2018
Powernet Admin

> On Feb 13, 2018, at 10:55 AM, Macho, Michael <michael.ma...@luminant.com> 
> wrote:
> Comanche Peak does the same as APS
> Michael Macho
> Radiation Protection Staff
> michael.ma...@luminant.com
> TXU Team Ride May 5-6, 2018
> Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant
> 6322 North FM 56 or PO Box 1002
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> From: ivy.ga...@aps.com [mailto:ivy.ga...@aps.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 12:54 PM
> To: ccpa...@aep.com; leb...@firstenergycorp.com; powernet@hpspowernet.org
> Subject: [powernet] RE: TLD exchange question for declared pregnant workers
> At Palo Verde Generating Station, once the female has declared, we have the 
> worker report to Dosimetry to complete a Whole Body Count & issue a new DLR. 
> When she has undeclared, we then do another WBC and a new DLR.
> Ivy Garry
> Radiation Protection Tech
> Palo Verde Generating Station
> (623)393-3600
> From: Claire C Papas [mailto:ccpa...@aep.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 11:42 AM
> To: 'Lebda, John T'; powernet@hpspowernet.org
> Subject: [powernet] RE: TLD exchange question for declared pregnant workers
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> At D.C. Cook, if significant dose has been received during the period between 
> conception and declaration of the pregnancy, the DLR could be read at the 
> discretion of Health Physicists or Radiation Protection Supervision.
> Claire Papas
> Health Physicist
> Donald C. Cook Nuclear Power Plant
> (269) 465-5901 x1117
> From: Lebda, John T [mailto:leb...@firstenergycorp.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 1:30 PM
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> Subject: [EXTERNAL] [powernet] TLD exchange question for declared pregnant 
> workers
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> At Beaver Valley, we would issue a new TLD to a worker declaring pregnancy if 
> their electronic dosimeter measured dose for the wear period exceeds 10 mrem.
> If their dose is <=10 mrem, we let them keep their current TLD.
> How do other plants handle a worker’s TLD upon declaration of pregnancy?
> John Lebda
> Staff Nuclear Spec.
> Beaver Valley Power Station
> leb...@firstenergycorp.com
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