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Lawsuits, Wrangling and Political Pleas Mark Runup to Vaccine Firings
Vaccination holdouts at two of the first Department of Energy contractors to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations filed lawsuits against their employers, pleas are being made to elected officials on behalf of those who don’t want the shot and labor unions are wrangling with management at nuclear sites about mandate implementation. Those are a few highlights from the pandemic-related skirmishes this week as DOE and its contractors prepare to carry out a White House initiative to vaccinate virtually all workers at federal properties by early December. The latest move came Thursday when more than 75 employees facing a deadline today to turn over their access badges sued Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS),…
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NM Judge Won’t Block Los Alamos COVID Vaccine Mandate
A New Mexico state judge declined to block the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s management and operations contractor for enforcing its COVID-19 vaccine mandate and other measures to reduce COVID-19 transmission on site, local media reported Friday. More than 100 Los…
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Centerra Extended Up to 12 Months as SRS Security Provider
A Department of Energy spokesperson officially confirmed Friday morning Centerra could stay on the job as security contractor at DOE’s Savannah River Site in South Carolina until October 2022. On Oct. 8, the Savannah River Operations Office extended the current…
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Final Enviro Review for Holtec CISF on Track for November, NRC Says
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission should finish its final environmental impact statement for Holtec International’s interim storage site proposed for Lea County, N.M., in November, an agency spokesperson told RadWaste Monitor this week.  The final licensing decision and a safety analysis…
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The proposed nuclear-tipped sea-launched cruise missile might yet survive the Joe Biden administration’s nuclear posture review thanks among other things to the reported discovery of new Chinese missile silos, the official who coordinated the Donald Trump administration’s Nuclear Posture Review…
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