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Offline cairnit

Comanche Peak FFD/Unescorted Access rules
« on: Sep 24, 2018, 06:39 »

I have a friend who is interested in going to Comanche Peak for an outage, but they failed a breathalyzer at a nuclear facility about 2 years ago.


I know that there is a time period before they will be allowed back to a nuclear plant; does anyone know what that time period is for Comanche Peak?


They don't want to apply for Comanche Peak's outage if there is no chance of going there.

Offline MMM

Re: Comanche Peak FFD/Unescorted Access rules
« Reply #1 on: Sep 24, 2018, 07:45 »
10 CFR 26.75:

(c) Any individual who is determined to have been involved in the sale, use, or possession of illegal drugs or the consumption of alcohol within a protected area of any nuclear power plant, within a facility that is licensed to possess or use formula quantities of SSNM, within a transporter's facility or vehicle, or while performing the duties that require the individual to be subject to this subpart shall immediately have his or her authorization unfavorably terminated and denied for a minimum of 5 years from the date of the unfavorable termination of authorization.

Based on that, I would say your friend has at least three more years before he's eligible anywhere.

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Re: Comanche Peak FFD/Unescorted Access rules
« Reply #2 on: Sep 25, 2018, 09:25 »
is "consumption of alcohol within a protected area of any nuclear power plant" the same as failing a breathalyzer test? gist axing...
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Re: Comanche Peak FFD/Unescorted Access rules
« Reply #3 on: Sep 25, 2018, 08:14 »
If it isnt inside the protected area and one blows positive the first suspension is 14 days.
Then it’s pretty much permanent.

For a contractor it’s pretty much the kiss of death.

Offline ipregen

Re: Comanche Peak FFD/Unescorted Access rules
« Reply #4 on: Sep 26, 2018, 11:13 »
"I have a friend who" is one of my favorite opening lines.
Anyway the staffing company can check this out for you. Let them handle it.

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Re: Comanche Peak FFD/Unescorted Access rules
« Reply #5 on: Sep 26, 2018, 01:21 »
TVA is right....

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Re: Comanche Peak FFD/Unescorted Access rules
« Reply #6 on: Sep 26, 2018, 02:24 »
If it isnt inside the protected area and one blows positive the first suspension is 14 days.
Then it’s pretty much permanent.

For a contractor it’s pretty much the kiss of death.

   One of the benefits of hiring contractors and avoiding co-employment. The customer bars the individual from working in a billable position and the contractor has no choice but to reassign or lay off an employee in an at-will position.

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Re: Comanche Peak FFD/Unescorted Access rules
« Reply #7 on: Oct 01, 2018, 09:42 »

If it isnt inside the protected area and one blows positive the first suspension is 14 days.
Then it’s pretty much permanent.

For a contractor it’s pretty much the kiss of death.
   One of the benefits of hiring contractors and avoiding co-employment. The customer bars the individual from working in a billable position and the contractor has no choice but to reassign or lay off an employee in an at-will position.


The bottom line is that with all the plant closures and the tightening job market within the industry, no plant needs nor wants to take the risk of badging a contractor that has a checkered past. Simple supply and demand methodology. Not to mention the extra cost/time to complete a background on someone with a record. It's extra paperwork that isn't needed with the amount of available workers. Most plants have instituted this change over the past 6 years. I'm pretty sure we have discussed this previously as well. If you have a DUI, felony conviction, or previous unfavorable termination you just as well not apply. The industry doesn't need you.

 


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