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Already Gone:

--- Quote from: Mnemorath on Sep 29, 2008, 11:11 ---Thats good to hear. PVO was always a hated part of my watchstanding. It was worse when I had to do a gage changeout in the chargeing system. THAT was a pain in the ass.

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If you are an operator out here, you will be the one turning valves.  Sometimes they will be in contaminated areas - so you'll be wearing the kit just to get to them.  But, you aren't going to have to take a five pound cap off one first.  You just turn the wheel.  The I&C techs handle the gauges.

This is nothing like a ship. Nothing.  Nothing.  Nothing.

I say again, NOTHING.

Good to hear

Hello all!

I've been lurking for a long time, and this is my first post. I'm a licensed RO at a Northeastern BWR thinking about making a jump to SRO at Susquehanna. Looks like I'll be taking a trip down early in 2009 for interviews and testing. Any information and suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks!

Hey let me know if you get in, I want to be an SRO there one day.  8)


lucky nuke:
From the results of the voting is this a good plant to work for?  I am looking into operations or training.  Thanks


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