Title 10 published on 2012-01-01
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§ 2011 - Congressional declaration of policy
§ 2012 - Congressional findings
§ 2013 - Purpose of chapter
§ 2014 - Definitions
§ 2015 - Transfer of property
§ 2015a - Cold standby
§ 2015b - Scholarship and fellowship program
§ 2015c - Partnership program with institutions of higher education
§ 2016 - Repealed.
§ 2017 - Authorization of appropriations
§ 2017a - Omitted
42 USC § 2017a–1 - Omitted
§ 2017b - Omitted
§ 2018 - Agency jurisdiction
§ 2019 - Applicability of Federal Power Act
§ 2020 - Licensing of Government agencies
§ 2021 - Cooperation with States
§ 2021a - Storage or disposal facility planning
§ 2021b - Definitions
§ 2021c - Responsibilities for disposal of low-level radioactive waste
§ 2021d - Regional compacts for disposal of low-level radioactive waste
§ 2021e - Limited availability of certain regional disposal facilities during transition and licensing periods
§ 2021f - Emergency access
§ 2021g - Responsibilities of Department of Energy
§ 2021h - Alternative disposal methods
§ 2021i - Licensing review and approval
§ 2021j - Radioactive waste below regulatory concern
§ 2022 - Health and environmental standards for uranium mill tailings
§ 2023 - State authority to regulate radiation below level of regulatory concern of Nuclear Regulatory Commission
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 10 CFR 1046 after this date.
This document announces that the period for submitting comments on the proposed rule to amend the standards for medical, physical performance, training, and access authorizations for protective force (PF) personnel employed by contractors providing security services to the Department will be extended until April 13, 2012.
The Department of Energy (DOE or Department) proposes to revise the regulation governing the standards for medical, physical performance, training, and access authorizations for protective force (PF) personnel employed by contractors providing security services to the Department. The existing version of this regulation was promulgated in 1993 and substantial portions of the regulation date to the mid-1980s. Since 1993 DOE policy has placed greater reliance upon technology, vehicular response, and increased firepower and, correspondingly, has reduced its reliance upon the ability of PF personnel to perform the running tasks required in the current regulation. Furthermore, this shift in emphasis has placed a greater premium upon the retention of mature, tactically experienced, and technically sophisticated personnel, particularly since these personnel represent a considerable investment by DOE in security background investigations and training. The proposed revisions bring DOE PF medical and physical readiness requirements in line with these tactical and organizational priorities. The proposed revisions reduce the exposure of the PF population to injuries related to physical readiness testing. They would create a PF readiness classification designed specifically to encourage the retention of experienced personnel. The revisions would further ensure that PF personnel would be evaluated on a case-by-case basis on their ability to perform the essential functions of their positions without posing a direct threat to themselves or site personnel, the facility, or the general public. The proposed revisions would further ensure that reasonable accommodations would be considered before a determination is made that an individual cannot perform the essential functions of a particular position. The proposed rule also would provide for new medical review processes for PF personnel disqualified from medical certification. The proposed rule would ensure that DOE PF medical and physical readiness requirements would be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, as amended by the Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act of 2009 (ADAAA), the Privacy Act and DOE implementing regulations, and changes in DOE policy regarding PF operations made since the publication of the last version of this rule. In addition, the proposed rule would promote operational efficiency through greater emphasis on aligning training with mission-essential tasks and the increased use of simulation technologies. Finally, the proposed revision would update the regulation to reflect organizational changes in the Office of Health, Safety and Security and the creation of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).