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DIABLO CANYON
INDEPENDENT SAFETY COMMITTEE
(www.dcisc.org)

Committee Members: Robert J. Budnitz
Peter Lam
Per F. Peterson
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Tuesday & Wednesday
June 21-22, 2011
Avila Lighthouse Suites
Point San Luis Conference Center
First & San Francisco Streets
PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA
Morning Session - 06/21/2011 - 8:30 P.M.
I.  CALL TO ORDER - ROLL CALL
II.  INTRODUCTIONS
III.  PUBLIC COMMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
 
Anyone wishing to address the Committee on matters not appearing on the Agenda may do so only at this time. The public may comment on any matter listed on the Agenda immediately following the time the matter is considered by the Committee. There will be a time limit of not more than five minutes for each speaker. No action will be taken by the Committee on matters brought up under this item but they may be referred to staff for further study, response or action. (Please Note: (a) The Committee may consider at any time requests to change the order of a listed agenda item; (b) Information distributed to the Committee at a public meeting becomes part of the public record of the DCISC. A copy of written material, pictures, etc. must be provided to the Committee’s Legal Counsel for this purpose.)
IV.  CONSENT AGENDA         Motion and Vote
 
Routine items which the Committee can approve with a single motion and vote. A member may request that any item be placed on the regular agenda for separate consideration.
    A. Minutes of February 15-16, 2011, Meeting: Approve
V.  ACTION ITEMS
    A.  Update on Financial Mattersand Committee Activities

Discussion/Action
    B.  Discussion of Open Items List

Discussion/Action
    C.

 Approval of Letter to the State Water Resources Control Board Nuclear Review Committee

Discussion/Action

 Motion and Vote

    D.

 Nomination and Election of Chair and Vice Chair for the July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2011 Term

Discussion/Action

 Motion and Vote
 Motion and Vote
VI. COMMITTEE MEMBER REPORTS AND DISCUSSION
    A.  Public Outreach, Site Visits and Other Committee Activities; scheduling and confirmation of future fact-findings and public meetings
    B.  Documents Provided to the Committee
VII. STAFF - CONSULTANT REPORTS & RECEIVE, APPROVE AND AUTHORIZE TRANSMITTAL OF FACT-FINDING REPORTS TO PG&E
  A.

 Ferman Wardell:
Fact-finding Topics; Report on and Approval of February 28-March 1, 2011 and  April 19-20, 2011, Fact Finding Reports

 Motion and Vote
 Motion and Vote
  B.

 David C. Linnen:
Fact-finding Topics; Report on and Approval of January 15-16 and May24-25, 2011, Fact Finding Reports

 Motion and Vote

  C. Jim E. Booker:
Fact- finding Topics; Report on and Approval of August 4-5, 2010, Fact-finding Report
  D. Robert Wellington:
Administrative, Regulatory and Legal Matters
VIII. CORRESPONDENCE
IX. INFORMATION ITEMS BEFORE THE COMMITTEE
  A.  Informational Presentations Requested by the Committee of PG&E Representatives
    1) Update on Plant Events, Operational Status and Performance Indicators
    X.  ADJOURN MORNING MEETING
    Afternoon Session - 06/21/2011 - 1:30 P.M.
    XI.  RECONVENE FOR AFTERNOON MEETING
    XII. COMMITTEE MEMBER COMMENTS
    XIII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
      Anyone wishing to address the Committee on matters not appearing on the Agenda may do so only at this time. The public may comment on any matter listed on the Agenda immediately following the time the matter is considered by the Committee. There will be a time limit of not more than five minutes for each speaker. No action will be taken by the Committee on matters brought up under this item but they may be referred to staff for further study, response or action.
    XIV.  INFORMATION ITEMS BEFORE THE COMMITTEE (Cont.d.)
          2)  Licensee Event Reports, Review of NRC Notices of Violations, and NRC Performance Indicators
          3) Quality Verification (QV) Organization’s Perspective on Plant Performance, the Quality Performance Assessment Report (QPAR) and QV’s Top Issues
          4)  Station Performance during the 16th Refueling Outages for Units 1 and 2 Including Performance of New Steam Generators and Reactor Vessel Closure Heads
          5) Efforts and Actions Remaining to Improve and Expand the Emergency Preparedness Dose Assessment System including the Meteorological Information and Dose Assessment System (MIDAS)
    XV. ADJOURN AFTERNOON MEETING
    Evening Session - 06/21/2011 - 5:30 P.M.
    XVI.  RECONVENE FOR EVENING MEETING
    XVII.  COMMITTEE MEMBER COMMENTS
    XVIII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
      Anyone wishing to address the Committee on matters not appearing on the Agenda may do so only at this time. The public may comment on any matter listed on the Agenda immediately following the time the matter is considered by the Committee. There will be a time limit of not more than five minutes for each speaker. No action will be taken by the Committee on matters brought up under this item but they may be referred to staff for further study, response or action.
    XIX. INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION BY THE COMMITTEE
          1)  “Big Picture” Presentation on the Events at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan following the March 11, 2011, Magnitude 9.0 Earthquake and Resulting Tsunami
    XX. INFORMATION ITEMS BEFORE THE COMMITTEE (Cont’d.)
        6.)  Summary of Preliminary Lessons Learned by DCPP from the Fukushima Daiichi Events and Actions Taken and Planned by DCPP in Response to these Events
    XXI. ADJOURN EVENING MEETING