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"Staff Requirements"—SECY-16-0144, "Staff Requirements—Proposed Resolution of Remaining Tier 2 and 3 Recommendations Related to the Fukushima Dai-ichi Accident. "Staff Requirements Memorandum," dated May 3, 2017; Staff Requirements Memorandum -SECY-16-0144—Proposed Resolution of Remaining Tier 2 and 3 Recommend Developed in "St Posted in Nikus Regulatory Commission Employees Compliant with the Requireson Compliant with Regulatory Commission Proposed Resolution Results Compliant Recommendations Compliant Required Requirement Compliant Brutender Required Mimuta Dai Accident Continent Required Rep. Following the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPP's failure on March 11, 2011, the initial earthquake and tsunami as a result of the letter issued by the NRC under Title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulations 50. 54 letter] and related details requests, this paper expands on the hazard evaluations conducted by the NRC. For comparison with the plant's design, Safe Shutdown Earthquake Ground Motion was based on seismic hazard analysis performed by the National Seismic Hazard Analysis Committee Level 3 seismic source and ground motion studies. The NRC staff reports for all operating U. S. NPPs and holders of construction permits in active or deferred status appear in this NUREG/KM Section 1 of this NUREG/KM. The Seismic Hazard and Screening Reports, issued by the NRC staff, state and federal registration numbers for all operating NRC NPPs and holders of construction permits in active or deferred status. Although individual plant screening reports for the licensees' 50. 54 SHSRs are complete for the relevant NPP sites, the NRC staff was able to gather additional geologic data following NRC staff's review of the licensees' 50. 54 SHSRs.
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