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Work conducted in this initial period consisted of work start-up (technical, administrative, contractual), and interviewing/site visits with DOE NVO staff (and support contractors) and HRC staff to quickly ascertain current technical activities and priorities as related to the scope of this task.
Since much of the technical work scope builds on previous technical work, it was considered critical to determine the changes (programmatic, technical, and regulatory) that have occurred over the past several years that directly relate to the scope. It was also equally important to determine the technical and programmatic priorities that have been established in the interim.
Nevada; Nevada – Nevada Test Site; Radioactive wastes; Hazardous substances; Risk assessment; Risk communication; Risk management
Nuclear Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy
Stetzenbach, K. J.
Nevada Risk Assessment/Management Program (NRAMP) – Phase 2: Quarterly Progress Report, Oct. 1, 2006- Dec. 31, 2006.
Available at: http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/hrc_nevada_risk_assess_mgt/2