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REP Plan Review

RPPR MGT-445 20 Contact Hours

Target Audience/Disciplines

Emergency Managers and Public Health Professionals. Participants should reside within either of two Emergency Planning Zones (EPZ). The two EPZ are described as 1) the plume exposure pathway EPZ has a radius of about 10 miles from the reactor site, or 2) the ingestion exposure pathway EPZ has a radius of about 50 miles from a reactor site. There are over 100 commercial nuclear power reactors in the United States.

Any member of an organized federal, state, local, or tribal radiological/hazardous materials response element who have responsibility for responding to or managing a radiological incident. Personnel assigned to such teams include fire service, law enforcement, health physicists, industrial hygienists, radiological officers, and other emergency service personnel with similar responsibilities. Local or tribal participants should reside within either of two Emergency Planning Zones (EPZ). The two EPZ are described as 1) the plume exposure pathway EPZ has a radius of about 10 miles from the reactor site, or 2) the ingestion exposure pathway EPZ has a radius of about 50 miles from the reactor site. There are over 100 commercial nuclear power reactors in the United States.

Overview

The Radiological Emergency Preparedness (REP) REP Plan Review Course (RPPR) is a three-day course which focuses on the review of REP emergency plans, specifically the NUREG 0654 planning standards that address the public's health and safety. This revised REP Plan Review Course will include training based on the Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) -101, familiarization of Hostile Action Based (HAB) plan review, annual plan review, and the Annual Letter of Certification Review process. Required: Each student should bring a copy of their ORO's REP Plan for use during the classroom exercises, to include the NUREG Cross-reference (electronic or otherwise).


Prerequisites and Requirements

To be eligible to attend the course, a student must:

  1. Complete the AWR-317 REP Core Concepts Course (RCCC)
  2. Complete IS-235.c Emergency Planning Course

Exceptions to any of the above prerequisites may be granted on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the CDP Registrar.