Appendix R Related Documents
The following additional documents will be included on CD Version 4
 

Federal Register Notices/ Code of Federal Regulations
1.       
10 CFR 50.48 (revision)
2.      
FRN for Manual Actions Rulemaking

3.       
Federal Register Notice of Draft Regulatory Guide 1139
4.       
Federal Register Notice, Draft Criteria for Determining Feasibility of Manual Actions to Achieve Post-Fire Safe Shutdown, November 26, 2003
5.     Federal Register Notice, Withdrawal of Manual Action Rulemaking, dated March 6, 2006

Regulatory Information Summary [New Category]
1.       
RIS 2004-03 Rev. 1, Risk-Informed Approach for Post-Fire Safe Shutdown Circuit Inspections, December 29, 2004
2.       
RIS 2005-07, Compensatory Measures to Satisfy the Fire Protection Program Requirements, April 19, 2005

Generic Letters
1.       
GL 80-100, NRC letter to All Licensees, with copy of FRN, notifying of a revised 10 CFR 50.48 and new Appendix R to 10 CFR 50, November 24, 1980
2.       
GL 80-103, NRC letter to All Licensees advising of a typographical error in GL 80-100, November 25, 1980
3.       
GL 88-20s1, Initiation of The Individual Plant Examination of External Events (IPEEE) for Severe Accident Vulnerabilities – 10CFR 50.54(f) (Generic Letter 88-20, Supplement 4), August 29, 1989
4.       
GL 88-20s2, Accident Management Strategies for Consideration in The Individual Plant Examination of External Events (IPEEE) for Severe Accident Vulnerabilities – 10CFR 50.54(f) (Generic Letter 88-20, Supplement 4), April 4, 1990
5.       
GL 88-20s4, Individual Plant Examination of External Events (IPEEE) for Severe Accident Vulnerabilities – 10CFR 50.54(f) (Generic Letter 88-20, Supplement 4), June 28, 1991
6.       
GL 88-20s5, Individual Plant Examination of External Events for Severe Accident Vulnerabilities (Generic Letter 88-20, Supplement 4), September 8, 1995

Regulatory Guides
1.       
RG 1.175, An Approach for Plant-Specific, Risk-Informed Decisionmaking: Inservice Testing, August 1998

2.       
Draft Regulatory Guide 1136, Demonstrating the Feasibility and Reliability of Operator Manual Actions in Response to Fire, December 2004
3.       
Draft Regulatory Guide 1139, Risk-Informed, Performance-based Fire Protection for Existing Light-Water Nuclear Power Plants, September 2004

Branch Technical Positions
1.       
NUREG-0800, SRP, Chapter 19, Use of Probabilistic Risk Assessment in Plant-Specific, Risk-Informed Decision Making General Guidance

NUREGS
1.       
NUREG-0050, Recommendations Related to the Browns Ferry Fire, Report by Special Review Group, February 1976

2.       
NUREG 1552, Fire Barrier Penetration Seals in Nuclear Power Plants, July 1996
3.       
NUREG 1552, S1

4.       
NUREG-1805, Fire Dynamics Tools (FDTs) Quantitative Fire Hazard Analysis Methods for the USNRC Fire Protection Inspection Program, November 2004

5.       
Guidance for Post-Fire Safe Shutdown Analysis, ML0234305330

6.       
NUREG/CR-3656, Evaluation of Suppression Methods for Electrical Cable Fires, 1986

SECY Letters
1.       
SECY 2003-0100, Rulemaking Plan on Post-Fire Operator Manual Actions
2.       
SECY 2004-0233, Proposed Rulemaking – Post-Fire Operator Manual Actions
3.     SECY 85-306A
4.     SECY 85-306B

NRC Memorandums and Letters
1.       
Memo to Cynthia A. Carpenter from John N. Hannon, Proposed Risk-Informed Inspector Guidance for Post-Fire Safe Shutdown Associated Circuit Inspections
2.       
NRC letter to NEI, Staff comments on NEI-00-01 (ML0411703730), dated

NRC Bulletins
No new documents

NRC Information Notices
1.       
IN 87-50, Potential LOCA at High and Low Pressure Interfaces from Fire Damage, dated October 9, 1987
2.       
IN 92-18, Potential for Loss of Remote Shutdown Capability During A Control Room Fire, dated February 28, 1992
3.       
IN 95-27, NRC review of NEI “Thermo-Lag 330-1 Combustibility Evaluation Methodology Plant Screening Guide”, May 31, 1995
4.       
IN 95-32, Thermo-Lag 330-1 Flame Spread Test Results, August 10, 1995
5.       
IN 00-12, Potential Degradation of Firefighter Primary Protective Garments, September 21, 2000
6.       
IN 00-14, Non-Vital Bus Fault Leads to Fire and Loss of Offsite Power, September 27, 2000
7.       
IN 01-04, Neglected Fire Extinguisher Maintenance Causes Fatality, April 11, 2001
8.       
IN 01-10, Failure of Central Sprinkler Company Model GB Series Fire Sprinkler Heads, June 28, 2001
9.       
IN 01-12, Hydrogen Fire at Nuclear Power Station, July 13, 2001
10.    
IN 01-12 Errata, Hydrogen Fire at Nuclear Power Station, August 8, 2001
11.    
IN 02-01, Metalclad Switchgear Failures and Consequent Losses of Offsite Power, January 8, 2002
12.    
IN 02-04, Wire Degradation at Breaker Cubicle Door Hinges, January 10, 2002
13.    
IN 02-07, Use of Sodium Hypochlorite for Cleaning Diesel Fuel Oil Supply Tanks, January 28, 2002
14.    
IN 02-15, Hydrogen Combustion Events in Foreign BWR Piping, April 12, 2002
15.    
IN 02-24, Potential Problems with Heat Collectors on Fire Protection Sprinklers, July 19, 2002
16.    
IN 02-27, Recent Fires at Commercial Nuclear Power Plants in the United States, September 20, 2002
17.  
 IN-03-08, Potential Flooding Through Unsealed Concrete Floor Cracks
18.    
IN 03-19, Unanalyzed Condition of Reactor Coolant Pump Seal Leakoff Line During Postulated Fire Scenarios or Station Blackout, October 6, 2003
19.    
IN 05-01, Halon Fire-Extinguishing System Piping Incorrectly Connected, February 4, 2005
20.    
IN 05-03, Inadequate Design and Installation of Seismic-Gap Fire Barriers, February 10, 2005
21.    
IN 05-04, Single-Failure and Fire Vulnerability of Redundant Electrical Safety Buses, February 14, 2005

22.    
IN 05-07, Results of Hemyc Electrical Raceway Fire Barrier System Full Scale Fire Testing, April 1, 2005
23.  
IN-05-11, Internal Flooding Spray-Down of safety-Related Equipment Due To Unsealed Equipment Hatch Floor Plugs and/or Blocked Floor Drains

FP Inspection Information
1.       
IP 88055, Fire Protection, January 14, 1991
2.       
IP 71111.05, March 06, 2003

3.       
IP 71111.05T, December 1, 2004
4.    
IP 71111.05T, April 2006
5.       
MC0609, Appendix F, Fire Protection Significance Determination Process, May 29, 2004
6.       
MC0612, Power Reactor Inspection Reports (ML0316106320)

Other
1.       
Fire Protection Functional Responsibilities 08-29-77 

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