Skip to comments.Case of accused arsonist highlights nuclear safety concerns in SC
Posted on 03/22/2014 9:21:05 AM PDT by logi_cal869
COLUMBIA, SC The story of an accused arsonists employment at a South Carolina nuclear plant ended quietly when SCE&G learned more about the criminal charges and fired him.
But while the man isnt believed to have been a threat to safety at the V.C. Summer power plant, experts say his hiring underscores the need to thoroughly check prospective employees before putting them on the payroll and giving them access to atomic energy plants.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission last week cited SCE&G for not completely checking the workers background and allowing him unescorted access to the nuclear plant about 25 miles northwest of Columbia.
(Excerpt) Read more at thestate.com ...
THIS is what happens as a result of THIS? (and 'race'?)
I’m just dumbfounded that there hasn’t been a single reply/comment/ping to this, let alone re the former employee’s race and/or religion (you know what I mean).
Weird. I guess it’s just Saturday.
If I find an update I’ll reply with it under this post (since it’s apparently not of much interest for a new post)...
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