Implementation and Sustainability of a Full Scope Nuclear Power Generator Pressure Boundary QA Program
32nd Annual CNS Conference - 2011 June 05-08


Presented at:
32nd Annual CNS Conference
2011 June 05-08
Location:
Niagara Falls, Canada
Session Title:
Reactor Safety and Licensing

Authors:
John Krane (Bruce Power)
  

Abstract

In 2009 a new Power Reactor Operating License (PROL) was granted to Bruce Power, Canada’s largest independent nuclear power generator. The PROL required the adoption of a large, multi year revision to one of the cornerstone referenced national standards, Canadian Standards Association (CSA) N285.0 and also introduced a new approach to the licensing process and structure. This paper will describe the basis of the new regulatory structure and required pressure boundary related PROL changes and will provide details of the resultant impacts, successful transition, implementation and sustainability of Bruce Power’s PBQA Program.

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