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Power and other utility facilities are crucial cornerstones of the infrastructure of this country. The risk posed by natural disasters and human error have long been established and continue to exist, even as the threat from terrorism grows and becomes more widely recognized, among both industry experts, government regulators, and the public. Emergency planning can help mitigate against these risks, and improve response to and recovery from incidents that do occur. From nuclear power stations to research facilities and peak generation plants, Fortress' solutions are well tested in this industry.

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Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station


Toledo Edison

Designed and developed the Toledo Emergency Operations Center (EOC) standard operating procedures. Developed field emergency response procedures, conducted emergency response training to state and local emergency response personnel and conducted emergency response drills to evaluate procedure and training effectiveness.


Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station


Boston Edison Company

Spearheaded the development of an emergency preparedness program in a highly contested environment. Developed, staffed and managed an organization of specialists in the design and development of community emergency response plans, emergency response facilities, state and town emergency response procedures, and training modules. Successfully conducted a full-scale federally evaluated exercise resulting in the restoration of unrestricted plant operations by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.


Rocky Flats Plant


Department of Energy

Staffed and managed a team of 7 radiological emergency preparedness procedure and training specialists in the development of the site emergency operations policies, procedures and training. Developed the Emergency Operations Center procedures and conducted emergency response training and drills. Served as the Emergency Preparedness Manager during large-scale incidents and emergencies.


Comanche Peak Steam Electric Station


Texas Utilies

Directed a team of 21 instructional design specialists in the performance of job and task analysis for the accreditation of licensed and non-licensed operator training. Scheduled, conducted and evaluated General Employee Protection Training including Radiation Worker and Respiratory Protection Training for all employees at the Comanche Peak Station. Conducted presentations to regulatory agencies and administered project milestones and payment schedules.



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