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Health Physics: Books

This guide gathers resources for the graduate Health Physics students, in particular for the PHYS 575 Case Studies class, including ebook downloads from ICRP, NCRP,& IAEA, and ways to vet potential topics to ensure sufficient material exists

Books

NOTICE: ICRP has made all ICRP Publications free to download with the exception of the most recent two years.  Rather than take the time to "fill in the blanks" below of publications not listed, I would direct the user to the ICRP Publications page.  As of January 1, 2021, this listing will only include those Publications not yet free from the 2 year embargo

 


2010s | 2000s | 1990s | 1980s | 1970s


 

2010s

  • Volume 42, FY 2019, published June 2020:
    • AS19-01 Human Exposure Event at NRD-Advanced Static Control, Grand Island, New York
    • AS19-02 Stolen Industrial Radiography Cameras from Western Technologies, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona
    • AS19-03 Medical Events at Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, Colorado
    • AS19-04 Medical Event at Midwestern Regional Medical Center, Zion, Illinois
    • AS19-05 Medical Event at Albert Einstein Healthcare, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • AS19-06 Medical Event at Holmes Regional Medical Center, Melbourne, Florida
    • AS19-07 Medical Event at Physicians Surgical Center of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas
    • AS19-08 Medical Event at Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina
    • AS19-09 Medical Event at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee
    • OEI 19-01 Washington Harborview Contamination Event
  • Volume 41, FY 2018, published June 2019
    • AS18-01 Human Exposure Event at Intertek Asset Integrity Management, Longview, Texas
    • NRC18-01 Stolen Industrial Radiography Camera from Prime NDT Services, Inc., Ripley, West Virginia
    • AS18-02 Medical Events at University of Mississippi in Jackson, Mississippi
    • NRC18-02 Medical Event at Centro De Radioterapia at Hospital Auxilio Mutuo, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
    • NRC18-03 Medical Event at Missouri Baptist Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri
    • AS18-03 Medical Event at Texas Oncology Professional Association, Austin, Texas
    • AS18-04 Medical Event at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • AS18-05 Medical Event at Southwestern Regional Medical Center (doing business as Cancer Treatment Centers of America), Tulsa, Oklahoma
    • AS18-06 Medical Event at Central Texas Medical Specialists, Austin, Texas
    • AS18-07 Medical Event at Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon
    • AS18-08 Medical Event at University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
    • Medical Event at Providence Alaska Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska (previously reported as NRC17-04)
  • Volume 40, FY 2017, published June 2018
    • AS17-01 Medical Event at Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville, Kentucky
    • NRC17- 01 Medical Event at Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri
    • AS17-02 Medical Event in the State of New York
    • NRC17-02 Medical Event at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan
    • AS17-03 Medical Event at Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina
    • AS17-04 Medical Event at The Urology Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
    • NRC17-03 Medical Event at Siouxland Urology Center, Dakota Dunes, South Dakota
    • AS17-05 Medical Event at Ochsner Clinic Foundation, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    • NRC17-04 Medical Event at Providence Alaska Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska
    • AS17-06 Medical Event at Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida
    • NRC17-05 Medical Event at Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri
    • Medical Events at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, Portland, Oregon (previously reported as AS15-08 in NUREG-0090, Volume 38, issued May 2016, and in Appendix B to NUREG-0090, Volume 39, issued May 2017)
    • OEI 17-01 Human Exposure Event at the Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland
  • Volume 39, FY 2016, published May 2017
    • AS16-01 Human Exposure Event at Mistras Group, Deer Park, Texas
    • AS16-02 Human Exposure to Radiation Event at Saint Mary’s Hospital and Medical Center, Grand Junction, Colorado
    • AS16-03 Medical Event at Mount Carmel Saint Ann’s Hospital in Westerville, Ohio
    • AS16-04 Medical Event at Hardin Memorial Hospital, Elizabethtown, Kentucky
    • AS16-05 Medical Events at RadAmerica, Baltimore, Maryland
    • AS16-06 Medical Event at Saint Joseph’s Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia
    • NRC16-01 Medical Event at Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids, Michigan
    • NRC16-02 Medical Event at Medstar Georgetown Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
    • AS16-07 Medical Event at Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, California
    • NRC16-03 Westinghouse Columbia Fuel Fabrication Facility (CFFF), Columbia, SC
    • AS16-08 Medical Event at University of California, Los Angeles, California
    • Medical Events at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center in Portland, OR (previously reported as AS15-08 in NUREG-0090, Volume 38) (May 2016)
    • OEI 16-01 Creusot Forge Documentation Anomalies and Carbon Segregation
  • Volume 38, FY 2015, published May 2016
    • NRC15-02 Human Exposure to Radiation Event at Department of the Army, Womack Army Medical Center in Fort Bragg, North Carolina
    • NRC15-01 Medical Events at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan
    • AS15-01 Medical Event at an Unspecified City, New York
    • AS15-02 Medical Event at Abington Memorial Hospital in Abington, Pennsylvania
    • AS15-03 Medical Event at Affiliated Oncologists in Mokena, Illinois
    • AS15-04 Medical Event at Presence Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois
    • AS15-05 Medical Event at MedStar Montgomery Medical Center (formerly University of Maryland), Helen P. Denit Cancer Center in Olney, Maryland
    • AS15-06 Medical Event at Christus St. Vincent Hospital, in Santa Fe, New Mexico
    • AS15-07 Medical Event at an Unspecified City, New York
    • AS15-08 Medical Events at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center in Portland, Oregon
    • AS15-09 Medical Event at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • AS15-11 Medical Event at Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia, Conyers, Georgia
    • AS15-12 Medical Event at Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia, Snellville, Georgia
    • AS15-13 Medical Event at University Hospitals of Cleveland in Cleveland, Ohio
    • AS15-14 Medical Event at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital, Marietta, Georgia
    • AS15-15 Medical Event at Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
    • OEI 15-01 Cesium-137 contamination associated with University of Tulsa, Oklahoma
    • OEI 15-02 Honeywell Metropolis Works: Uranium Hexafluoride Release
    • OEI 15-03 Human Exposure Event at International Isotopes Incorporated, Idaho Falls, Idaho
  • Volume 37, FY 2014, published May 2015
    • AS14-01 Human Exposure to Radiation Event at Adventist Health Systems in Altamonte Springs, Florida
    • AS14-02 Medical Event at an Unspecified Licensee in New York State
    • NRC14-01 Medical Event at Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg, West Virginia
    • AS14-03 Medical Event at Baptist Health Madisonville in Madisonville, Kentucky
    • AS14-04 Medical Event at Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia in Snellville, Georgia
    • AS14-05 Medical Event at Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute Inc. in Conway, Arkansas
    • AS14-06 Medical Event at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio
    • AS14-07 Medical Event at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia
    • AS14-08 Medical Event at Miami Neuroscience Center, Larkin Community Hospital in Miami, Florida
    • AS14-09 Medical Event at the Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California
    • AS14-10 Medical Event at Watson Clinic in Lakeland, Florida
    • AS14-11 Medical Event at Unspecified Licensee in Unspecified City, Texas
    • AS14-12 Medical Event at University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia
    • Medical Event at Lovelace Medical Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico (previously reported as AS11-09 in NUREG-0090, Volume 34, with updates in Appendix B of NUREG-0090, Volume 35)
    • Commercial Nuclear Power Plant Event at Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant, Unit 1, in Athens, Alabama (previously reported as NRC11-02 in NUREG-0090, Volume 34, with updates in Appendix B of NUREG-0090, Volume 35)
  • Volume 36, FY 2013, published May 2014
    • AS13-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at Radiological Associates of Sacramento in Sacramento, California
    • AS13-02 Human Exposure to Radiation at Baptist Medical Center-Princeton in Birmingham, Alabama
    • AS13-03 Medical Event at an Unspecified Licensee in New York State
    • AS13-04 Medical Event at Adventist Health System/Sunbelt, Inc., in Altamonte Springs, Florida
    • AS13-05 Medical Event at University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • AS13-06 Medical Event at the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio
    • AS13-07 Medical Event at Rosa of North Dallas in Dallas, Texas
    • AS13-08 Medical Event at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio
    • AS13-09 Medical Event at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts
    • AS13-10 Medical Event at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • Human Exposure to Radiation at Caribbean Inspection & NDT Services, Inc., in Port Lavaca, Texas (previously reported as AS11-02 in NUREG-0090, Volume 34, and updated in Appendix B in NUREG-0090, Volume 35, Revision 1)
    • Medical Event at Carolina East in New Bern, North Carolina (previously reported as AS12-16 in NUREG-0090, Volume 35, Revision 1)
    • Commercial Nuclear Power Plant Event at Fort Calhoun Station, Unit 1, in Fort Calhoun, Nebraska (previously reported as NRC12-01 in NUREG-0090, Volume 35, Revision 1)
    • EOI-01 San Onofre Nuclear Generating Stations, Unit 3: Steam Generator Tube Leaks (previously reported as EOI-04 in NUREG-0090, Volume 35, Revision 1)
    • EOI-02 Arkansas Nuclear One, Unit 1: Dropped Electrical Generator Stator Resulting in Unit 1 Loss of Offsite Power and Unit 2 Reactor Trip and Partial Loss of Offsite Power
    • EOI-03 Nuclear Facilities Response during Hurricane Sandy
    • EOI-04 Honeywell Metropolis Works: Vulnerability of Feed Materials Building Process Equipment to Seismic or Tornado Events and Inadequacy of Emergency Response Plan (previously reported as EOI-08 in NUREG-0090, Volume 35, Revision 1)
  • Volume 35 Revision 1, FY 2012, published August 2013
    • AS12-01 Embryo/Fetus Exposure to Radiation at Lankenau Hospital in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
    • AS12-02 Human Exposure to Radiation at Non-Destructive Inspection Corporation, in Pasadena, Texas
    • NRC12-01 Commercial Nuclear Power Plant Event at Fort Calhoun Station, Unit 1, in Fort Calhoun, Nebraska
    • AS12-03 Medical Event at Greenville Memorial Hospital in Greenville, South Carolina
    • AS12-04 Medical Event at the Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina
    • AS12-05 Medical Events at Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital in Ashland, Kentucky
    • AS12-06 Medical Event at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona
    • AS12-07 Medical Event at Highlands Regional Medical Center in Prestonsburg, Kentucky
    • AS12-08 Medical Event at Eastern Regional Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • AS12-09 Medical Event at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, Colorado
    • AS12-10 Medical Event at the Medical Center at Bowling Green in Bowling Green, Kentucky
    • AS12-11 Medical Event at the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio
    • NRC12-02 Medical Event at Benefis Hospital in Great Falls, Montana
    • AS12-12 Medical Event at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina
    • NRC12-03 Medical Event at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
    • AS12-13 Medical Event at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • AS12-14 Medical Event at the Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah
    • AS12-15 Medical Event at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • AS12-16 Medical Event at Carolina East Medical Center in New Bern, North Carolina
    • AS12-17 Medical Events at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare-All Saints in Racine, Wisconsin
    • NRC12-04 Medical Event at Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Indiana
    • AS12-18 Medical Event at the Anderson Regional Medical Center in Meridian, Mississippi
    • Human Exposure to Radiation at Caribbean Inspection & NDT Services, Inc., in Port Lavaca, Texas (previously reported as AS11-02 in NUREG-0090, Volume 34)
    • Commercial Nuclear Power Plant Event at Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant, Unit 1, in Athens, Alabama (previously reported as NRC11-02 in NUREG-0090, Volume 34)
    • Medical Event at Lovelace Medical Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico (previously reported as AS11-09 in NUREG-0090, Volume 34)
    • EOI-01 Bracco Diagnostics, Inc.: CardioGen-82 Radioisotope Generator Strontium-82 and Strontium-85 Breakthrough
    • EOI-02 Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station: Shield Building Laminar Cracking
    • EOI-03 Byron Generating Station, Unit 2: Design Vulnerability Discovered in the Electrical Distribution System Following Reactor Trip from a Loss of Offsite Power
    • EOI-04 San Onofre Nuclear Generating Stations: Unusual Steam Generator Tube Wear and Unit 3 Steam Generator Tube Leak
    • EOI-05 Palisades Nuclear Plant: Leak from the Safety Injection Refueling Water Tank
    • EOI-06 Seabrook Station, Unit 1: Concrete Degradation—Distress from Alkali-Silica Reaction
    • EOI-07 Halliburton Energy Services: Reported Loss and Recovery of a Well Logging Source
    • EOI-08 Honeywell Metropolis Works: Vulnerability of Feed Materials Building Process Equipment to Seismic or Tornado Events and Inadequacy of Emergency Response Plan
  • Volume 35, FY 2012
  • Volume 34, FY 2011
    • NRC11-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at Portsmouth Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia
    • AS11-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City, New York
    • AS11-02 Human Exposure to Radiation at Caribbean Inspection & NDT Services, Inc., in Port Lavaca, Texas
    • AS11-03 Stolen Radiography Camera at Acuren Inspection, Inc., in La Porte, Texas
    • NRC11-02 Commercial Nuclear Power Plant Event at Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant, Unit 1, in Athens, Alabama
    • AS11-04 Medical Event at Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Allegheny, Pennsylvania
    • AS11-05 Medical Event at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • AS11-06 Medical Event at University Community Hospital in Tampa, Florida
    • AS11-07 Medical Event at Coral Springs Clinic in Coral Springs, Florida
    • AS11-08 Medical Event at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island
    • AS11-09 Medical Event at Lovelace Medical Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico
    • AS11-10 Medical Event at Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    • AS11-11 Medical Event at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland
    • NRC11-03 Medical Event at the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi
    • NRC11-04 Medical Event at Community Hospitals of Indiana in Indianapolis, Indiana
    • AS11-12 Medical Event at Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio
    • AS11-13 Medical Event at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois
    • AS11-14 Medical Event at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas
    • NRC11-05 Medical Event at the University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan
    • AS11-15 Medical Event at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • AS11-16 Medical Event at the University of California, Los Angeles in Los Angeles, California
    • AS11-17 Medical Event at St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin
    • AS11-18 Medical Event at the University of Wisconsin—Madison in Madison, Wisconsin
    • AS11-19 Medical Event at the Swedish American Hospital in Rockford, Illinois
    • Medical Event at Providence Hospital in Novi Michigan (previously reported as NRC10-08 in NUREG-0090, Volume 33)
    • EOI-01 International Nuclear and Radiological Events Scale Level 7 “Major Accident”: Fukushima Dai-ichi Site (Japan) Nuclear Accident
    • EOI-02 Fort Calhoun Station, Unit 1, Nuclear Power Plant: Unusual Event Due to High River Level
    • EOI-03 North Anna Power Station: Alert Due to Seismically Induced Loss of Offsite Power with Emergency Diesel Generator Failure
  • Volume 33, FY 2010, published June, 2011
    • AS10-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at Mohamed Megahy MD, Ltd in Maryville, Illinois
    • AS10-02 Human Exposure to Radiation at Mercy Medical Center in Durango, Colorado
    • NRC10-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii
    • AS10-03 Medical Event at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio
    • NRC10-02 Medical Event at Chippenham & Johnston-Willis (CJW) Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia
    • NRC10-03 Medical Event at Virtua Health System in Marlton, New Jersey
    • NRC10-04 Medical Event at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, in Seaford, Delaware
    • AS10-04 Medical Event at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, California
    • AS10-05 Medical Event at Marshfield Clinic in Marshfield, Wisconsin
    • NRC10-05 Medical Event at Yale New-Haven Hospital, in New Haven, Connecticut
    • NRC10-06 Medical Event at Valley Hospital in Paramus, New Jersey
    • NRC10-07 Medical Event at Christiana Care Health Center in Wilmington, Delaware
    • AS10-06 Medical Event at Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    • AS10-07 Medical Event at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota
    • NRC10-08 Medical Event at Providence Hospital in Novi, Michigan
    • Medical Event at the Gamma Knife Center (previously reported as NRC09-02 in NUREG0090, Volume 32)
    • Medical Event at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Health Care System (previously reported as NRC09-03 in NUREG-0090, Volume 32)
    • EOI-01 Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant: Low-Level Contamination Event with Media Interest
    • EOI-02 Nuclear Power Plants: Leaks in Underground Pipes, Groundwater Contamination and Tritium Issues
    • EOI-03 H.B. Robinson Nuclear Power Plant: Event Resulting in an Augmented Inspection
    • EOI-04 Nuclear Fuel Services Inc.: Adverse Chemical Reaction Event

       

2000s

  • Volume 32, FY 2009, published June 2010
    • AS09-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at Chester County Hospital in West Chester, Pennsylvania
    • AS09-02 Human Exposure to Radiation at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Illinois
    • AS09-03 Medical Event at St. Vincent's Medical Center Inc., in Jacksonville, Florida
    • NRC09-01 Medical Event at Saint Mary's Medical Center in Huntington, West Virginia
    • AS09-04 Medical Event at Presbytarian Hospital of Dallas in Dallas, Texas
    • AS09-05 Medical Event at Cancer Care Northwest PET Center in Spokane, Washington
    • AS09-06 Medical Event at The Urology Center in Cincinnati, Ohio
    • NRC09-02 Medical Event at Gamma Knife Center of the Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii
    • NRC09-03 Medical Event at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Health Care System in San Diego, California
    • Medical Events at the Department of Veterans Affairs (previously reported as NRC08-02 in NUREG-0090, Volume 31)
    • (OEI) NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS - LEAKS IN UNDERGROUND PIPES
  • Volume 31, FY 2008, published May 2009
    • AS08-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at St. Luke's Hospital in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    • NRC08-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at Wilford Hall Medical Center on Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas
    • NRC08-02 Medical Events at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • NRC08-03 Medical Event at Karmanos Cancer Center in Detroit, Michigan
    • AS08-02 Medical Event at University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi
    • AS08-03 Medical Event at Southwest Volusia Healthcare Corporation in Orange City, Florida
    • AS08-04 Medical Event at Southern Baptist Hospital of Florida in Jacksonville, Florida
    • NRC08-04 Medical Event at Reid Hospital and Health Care Services in Richmond, Indiana
    • NRC08-05 Medical Event at Bon Secours Virginia Health Source in Midlothian, Virginia
    • AS08-05 Medical Event at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania
    • Spill of High-Enriched Uranium Solution at Fuel Fabrication Facility (previously reported as 06-01 in NUREG-0090, Volume 29)
    • Medical Event in New York (previously reported as AS07-03 in NUREG-0090, Volume 30)
    • Medical Event at Memorial Mission Hospital of Asheville, North Carolina (previously reported as AS07-04 in NUREG-0090, Volume 30)
    • EOI-01 Plutonium Contamination Event at the National Institute of Standards and Technology - Boulder, Colorado Laboratory
    • EOI-02 Human Exposure to Radiation at a Hospital in Scio Paulo, Brazil
  • Volume 30, FY 2007, published April 2008
    • NRC07-01 Human Exposure to Radiation at Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri
    • NRC07-02 Medical Event at St. Luke's Hospital of Kansas City, Missouri
    • NRC07-03 Medical Event at Hackley Hospital in Muskegon, Michigan
    • NRC07-04 Medical Event at Kennedy Memorial Hospitals in Turnersville, New Jersey
    • NRC07-05 Medical Event at the University of Virginia at Charlottesville, Virginia
    • AS07-01 Medical Event at St. James Hospital and Health Center in Olympia Fields, Illinois
    • AS07-02 Medical Event at Aroostook Medical Center of Presque Isle, Maine
    • AS07-03 Medical Event in New York
    • AS07-04 Medical Event at Memorial Mission Hospital of Asheville, North Carolina
    • AS07-05 Medical Event at University of Washington Harborview Gamma Knife of Seattle, Washington
    • AS07-06 Medical Event at Physician Reliance of Fort Worth, Texas
    • Spill of High-Enriched Uranium Solution at Fuel Fabrication Facility (previously reported as 06-01 in NUREG-0090, Volume 29)
    • EOI-01 Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station: Security Officers Inattentive to Duty
    • EOI-02 Indian-Point Nuclear Station: New Sirens
  • Volume 29, FY 2006, published April 2007
    • 06-01 Spill of High-Enriched Uranium Solution at Fuel Fabrication Facility
    • 06-02 Medical Event at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital in Bozeman, Montana
    • 06-03 Dose to an Embryo/Fetus at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City, Michigan
    • AS 06-01 Industrial Radiography Occupational Overexposure at Anvil International in North Kingston, Rhode Island
    • AS 06-02 Medical Event at 21st Oncology, Inc., in Coral Springs, Florida
    • AS 06-03 Medical Event at the McKay Dee Hospital, Inc., in Ogden, Utah
    • AS 06-04 Medical Event at Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute in Little Rock, Arkansas
    • AS 06-05 Medical Event at Children's Memorial Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois
    • AS 06-06 Dose to an Embryo/Fetus at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence, South Carolina
    • (EOI) Ground Water Contamination Caused by Undetected Leakage of Radioactive Water
  • Volume 28, FY 2005, published April 2006
    • 05-01 Medical Event at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • 05-02 Medical Event at St. Johns Mercy Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri
    • 05-03 Medical Event at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in South Bend, Indiana
    • AS 05-01 Iridium-192 Brachytherapy Seed Medical Event at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah
    • AS 05-02 Diagnostic Medical Event at Baystate Health Systems in Springfield, Massachusetts
    • AS 05-03 High Dose-Rate Afterloader Medical Event at Saddleback Memorial Medical Center in Laguna Hills, California
    • AS 05-04 Yttrium-90 Therapeutic Medical Event at University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin
    • AS 05-05 Therapeutic Medical Event at University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah
    • AS 05-06 Dose to Fetus at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio
    • (EOI) 1. Safe Shutdown Potentially Challenged Due To Unanalyzed Internal Floodinq Events and Inadequate Design at Kewaunee Power Station
    • (EOI) 2. Missing Fuel Rod Segments at Humboldt Bay Power Plant
  • Volume 27, FY 2004, published April 2005
    • 04-01 Uranium Hexafluoride Release at Honeywell Speciality Chemicals, Inc. in Metropolis, Illinois
    • 04-02 Incinerator Event at Westinghouse Columbia Fuel Fabrication Facility in Columbia, South Carolina
    • 04-03 lodine-125 Brachytherapy Seed Medical Event at Albert Einstein HealthCare Network in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • 04-04 Diagnostic Medical Event at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan
    • AS 04-01 I-125 Brachytherapy Seed Medical Event at Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute in Conway, Arkansas
    • AS 04-02 Dose to Fetus at Hillcrest Hospital of Mayfield Heights, Ohio
    • AS 04-03 High Dose Rate Afterloader Medical Event at New Orleans Cancer Institute at Memorial Medical Center, Louisiana
    • AS 04-04 Diagnostic Medical Event at Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center, Alabama
    • AS 04-05 Occupational Exposure at Palmetto Health and Baptist Hospital in Columbia, South Carolina
    • AS 04-06 Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery (Gamma Knife) Medical Event at Radiosurgical Center of Memphis in Memphis, Tennessee
    • AS 04-07 Strontium-90 Eye Applicator Brachytherapy Medical Event at St. Francis Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee
    • AS 04-08 Therapeutic Medical Event at Southern Regional Medical Center in Riverdale, Georgia
    • AS 04-09 Intravascular Brachytherapy Medical Event at Ireland Cancer Center in Middleburg Heights, Ohio
    • AS 04-10 Intravascular Brachytherapy Medical Event at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington
    • AS 04-11 Diagnostic Medical Event at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington
    • AS 04-12 Therapeutic Medical Event at University of California at Los Angeles Harbor Medical Center in Torrance, California
    • AS 04-13 Diagnostic Medical Event at University Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio
    • 1. U.S. Inspection Services Industrial Radiography Occupational Overexposure at a Temporary Job-site
    • (EOI) 1. Vermont Yankee Misplaced S1ent Nuclear Fuel Pieces
    • (EOI) 2. Loss of Offsite Power at Palo Verde
    • (EOI) 3. Missing Fuel Rod Segments at Humboldt Bay Power Plant in Eureka. California
    • (EOI) 4. Radiation Exposure of Individuals during a Stuck Source Rack Event
  • Volume 26, FY 2003, published April 2004
    • 03-01 Intravascular Brachytherapy (IVB) Medical Event at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii
    • 03-02 Dose to Fetus at Community Hospital of Anderson in Anderson, Indiana
    • 03-03 IVB Medical Event at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C.
    • 03-04 lodine-125 (I-125) Brachytherapy Seed Medical Event at Guthrie Healthcare System in Sayre, Pennsylvania
    • 03-05 Diagnostic Medical Event at Deaconess Hospital, Evansville, Indiana
    • AS 03-01 IVB Medical Event at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland
    • AS 03-02 Industrial Radiography Occupational Overexposure at a Temporary Jobsite in Ghent, Kentucky
    • AS 03-03 Diagnostic Medical Event at Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, Illinois
    • AS 03-04 High Dose-Rate Afterloader (HDR) Medical Event at Saint Joseph's Hospital in Houston, Texas
    • AS 03-05 Overexposure at Monsanto Chemical Plant in Luling, Louisiana
    • AS 03-06 Brachytherapy Medical Event at University Hospitals of Cleveland in Cleveland, Ohio
    • AS 03-07 Diagnostic Medical Event at Christus Santa Rosa; San Antonio, Texas
    • AS 03-08 Therapy Medical Event at Marian Medical Center in Santa Maria, California
    • AS 03-09 Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Device Medical Event at Bayfront Medical Center, Inc., in St. Petersburg, Florida
    • 1. Performance Deficiency Resulting in Reactor Vessel Head Degradation at Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station in Oak Harbor, Ohio (previously reported as AO 02-1 in NUREG-0900, Volume 25).
    • 2. Unplanned Radiological Exposure of Oil Rig Workers in Montana From Radioactive Materials Associated With Well Logging Operations (previously reported as "Other Event of Interest," No. 8, in NUREG-0090, Volume 25)
    • (EOI) 1. Northeastern Electrical Power Outage
    • (EOI) 2. Potential Clogging of Emergency Sump at Davis-Besse Due to Debris in Containment
    • (EOI) 3. Salem Unit 1 Spent Fuel Pool Leak
    • (EOI) 4. Overexposure to a Radiographer at U.S. Inspection Services. Charleston. West Virginia
  • Volume 25, FY 2002, published April 2003
    • 02-1 Performance Deficiency Resulting in Reactor Vessel Head Degradation at Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station in Oak Harbor, Ohio
    • 02-2 Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery (Gamma Knife) Misadministration at St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • 02-3 Extremity Exposure in Excess of Regulatory Limits at Pacific Radiopharmacy, Limited, in Honolulu, Hawaii
    • AS 02-1 Loss of Package Integrity and Elevated Radiation Levels Measured at Federal Express Facility in Kenner, Louisiana
    • AS 02-2 Industrial Radiography Occupational Overexposure at Longview Inspection in Channahon, Illinois
    • AS 02-3 Industrial Radiography Occupational Overexposure at McShane Industries in Baltimore, Maryland
    • AS 02-4 Intra Vascular Brachytherapy Misadministration (IVB) at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island
    • AS 02-5 Strontium-90 Eye Applicator Brachytherapy at South Broward Hospital District in Hollywood, Florida
    • AS 02-6 Industrial Radiography Occupational Overexposure at Technical Welding Laboratory, Inc. in Houston, Texas
    • AS 02-7 Diagnostic Misadministration at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California
    • (EOI) 1. Generic Communications Related to Reactor Vessel Head Degradation and Nozzle Cracking
    • (EOI) 2. Potential Loss of All Auxiliary Feedwater at Point Beach
    • (EOI) 3. Unaccounted for Fuel Rods at Millstone Unit 1 in Waterford, Connecticut
    • (EOI) 4. Accountability Failure at Nuclear Fuel Services in Erwin, Tennessee
    • (EOI) 5. Overexposure to the Extremities of Two Nuclear Pharmacists at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Radiopharmaceuticals, Inc.. Facility in Rio Piedras. Puerto Rico
    • (EOI) 6. Overexposure to a Nuclear Pharmacist's Extremities at Eastern Isotopes. Inc. Facility in Sterling. Virginia
    • (EOI) 7. Exposure to a Member of the Public at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital. Ann Arbor, Michigan
    • (EOI) 8. Unplanned Radiological Exposure of Oil Rig Workers in Montana from Radioactive Materials Associated with Well Logging Operations
  • Volume 24, FY 2001
  • Volume 23, FY 2000

     

1990s

  • Volume 22, FY 1999
  • Volume 21, FY 1998, published May 1999 (ML072470275)
    • 98-1 Seismic Risk from Liquid Uranium Hexafluoride at the Withdrawal Facilities at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant, Paducah, Kentucky
    • 98-2 Multiple Medical Brachytherapy Misadministrations by Jose N. De Leon, M.D., in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
    • 98-3 Multiple Medical Brachytherapy Misadministrations at Ryder Memorial Hospital, in Humacao, Puerto Rico
    • 98-4 Iodine-131 Medical Misadministration at Virginia Beach General Hospital, in Virginia Beach, Virginia
    • 98-5 Exposure to a Minor from a Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Event at Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • AS 98-1 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Tuomey Regional Medical Center in Sumter, South Carolina
    • (OEI) 1. Non-Conservative Recirculation Actuation Signal (RAS) Set Point for Refueling Water Tank Level at St. Lucie Unit 1
    • (OEI) 2. Deficient Fire Program at Quad Cities
    • (OEI) 3. Loss of Liquid Poison System (LPS) at Big Rock Point
    • (OEI) 4. Deficiencies in Emergency Core Cooling Systems at D.C. Cook
    • Materials Licensees 1. Loss of Exit Signs Containing Tritium at Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital in Marlboro, New Jersey
    • Materials Licensees 2. Unauthorized Removal of Brachytherapy Sources from Moses Cone Health Systems, Inc., in Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Volume 20, FY 1997, pre-publication memo dated March 5, 1998 (ML992910104)
    • 97-1 Loss of Two of Three High-Pressure Injection Pumps at Oconee Nuclear Station, Unit 3
    • 97-2 Overexposure of a Worker at Mallinckrodt, Inc., in Maryland Heights, Missouri
    • AS 97-1 Multiple Transuranic Overexposures to a Worker at Isotope Products Laboratories in Burbank, California
    • AS 97-2 Overexposure of a Radiographer and an Untrained Technician at Wolf Creek Mine in Walker County, Alabama
    • AS 97-3 Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration at Mad River Community Hospital in Arcata, California
    • AS 97-4 Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration at Tuomey Regional Medical Center in Sumter, South Carolina
    • 96-3 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration by José L. Fernández, M.D., in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
    • (OEI) 1. Melting of americium-241 (Am-241) source at White Salvage, Riply, Tennessee (TN)
    • (OEI) 2. Cobalt-60 (Co-60) contaminated steel plate found in Pennsylvania (PA) and traced to WCI Steel, Inc., steel mill in Ohio
    • (OEI) 3. Melting of cesium-137 source at Kentucky Electric Steel plant
    • (OEI) 4. Tritium exit signs at a demolition site removed to a private home. One sign was disassembled resulting in contamination and personnel exposure
    • (OEI) 5. Contamination of Royal Green metal recycling plant in PA as a result of damage to Am-241 source in a shredder 
  • Volume 19, FY 1996, published April 1997 (ML20137Z956)
    • 96-1 Plant Trip With Multiple Complications at Wolf Creek Nuclear Generating Station
    • 96-2 Containment-Bypass Leakage via Disconnect Hydrogen-Monitor Lines at Braidwood Units 1 and 2
    • 96-3 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministrations by José L. Fernández, M.D., in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
    • 96-4 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministrations by Phillip J. W. Lee, M.D., in Honolulu, Hawaii
    • 96-5 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Harper Hospital in Detroit, Michigan
    • 96-6 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at New England Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts
    • 96-7 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan
    • 96-8 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Community Hospitals of Indiana in Indianapolis, Indiana
    • 96-9 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministrations at EquiMed, Inc., in Lehighton, Pennsylvania
    • 96-10 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin
    • 96-11 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • 96-12 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Macombe Hospital Center in Warren, Michigan
    • 96-13 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Unity Hospital in Fridley, Minnesota
    • 96-14 Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration at Universal Imaging in Taylor, Michigan
    • 96-15 Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio
    • 96-16 Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan
    • 96-17 Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Charleston, South Carolina
    • 96-18 Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration at Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii
    • AS 96-1 Stolen Cobalt-60 Radiography Cameras
    • AS 96-2 Rupture of a Source Owned by Little Bit Wireline at an Oil Well near Winnie, Texas
    • AS 96-3 Release of Radioactive Material in Lemont, Illinois, From a Package That Was Accidently Destroyed While Being Transported by Associated Couriers of Maryland Heights, Missouri
    • AS 96-4 Lost Source at Deseret Generation and Transmission Cooperative's Bonanza Power Plant in Vernal, Utah
    • AS 96-5 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina
    • AS 96-6 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministrations at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi
    • AS 96-7 Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration at Baptist Medical Center Princeton in Birmingham, Alabama
    • AS 96-8 Radiopharmacentical Misadministration at Methodist Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois
    • 94-23 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, Minnesota
    • AS 88-5 Medical Teletherapy Misadministration at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Maryland
    • AS 88-6 Multiple Medical Teletherapy Misadministrations at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Maryland
    • AS 93-13 Lost or Stolen Radiation Source at BPB Instruments, Inc., in Midland, Texas
    • (OEI) 1. Problems at Millstone Units 1,2, and 3, and Haddam Neck
    • (OEI) 2. Emergency Core Cooling System Analyses Deficiencies at Maine Yankee
    • (OEI) 3. Ingestion of Phosphorus-32 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Volume 18, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1995, was not published; abnormal occurrences from this time period were included in Volume 19 (see notice)
  • Volume 18, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1995 (61 FR 7123) (via INIS @ IAEA)
    • 95–7 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Marshfield Clinic in Marshfield, Wisconsin
    • 95–8 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Providence Hospital in Southfield, Michigan
    • 95–9 Ingestion of Radioactive Material by Research Workers at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland
    • AS 95-5 Importation of a Package Having Excessive External Radiation into the United States from the Republic of Korea
  • Volume 18, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1995 (60 FR 58387) (via INIS @ IAEA)
    • 95–2 Reactor Coolant System Blowdown at Wolf Creek Nuclear Generating Station
    • 95–3 Previously Unidentified Path for the Potential Release of Radioactivity at Millstone Nuclear Power Station Unit 2
    • 95–4 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at the University of Virginia, in Charlottesville, Virginia
    • 95–5 Medical Therapeutic Radiopharmaceutical Misadministration of Iodine-131 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts
    • 95–6 Multiple Medical Brachytherapy Misadministrations at Madigan Army Medical Center in Fort Lewis, Washington
    • AS 95-1 Medical Teletherapy Misadministration at an "Unspecified Licensee" in New York, New York
    • AS 95-2 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration by Mobile Technology, Inc., at Irvine Medical Center in Irvine, California
    • AS 95-3 Overexposure of Personnel at Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville, Georgia
    • AS 95-4 Medical Brachytherapy Mi sad ministration at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas
    • 92-18 Loss of Iridium-192 Source and Medical Therapy Misadministration at Oncology Services Corporation in Indiana, Pennsylvania
    • AS 88-5 Medical Teletherapy Misadministration at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Maryland
    • AS 88-6 Multiple Medical Teletherapy Misadministrations at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Maryland
  • Volume 18, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1995 (60 FR 38059) (via INIS @ IAEA)
    • 95–1 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Welborn Memorial Baptist Hospital in Evansville, Indiana
    • 92-18 Loss of Iridium-192 Source and Medical Therapy Misadministration at Oncology Services Corporation in Indiana, Pennsylvania
    • AS 88-5 Medical Teletherapy Misadministration at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Maryland
    • AS 88-6 Multiple Medical Teletherapy Misadministrations at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Maryland
    • AS 93-9 Medical Teletherapy Misadministration by "Unspecified Licensee" in New York, New York
  • Volume 17, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1994 (60 FR 35556) (via INIS @ IAEA)
    • 94–20 Core Shroud Cracking in Boiling Water Reactors
    • 94–21 Recurring Incidents of Administering Higher Doses Than Procedurally Allowed for Diagnostic Imaging at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana
    • 94–22 Medical Therapy Misadministration at Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Long Beach, California
    • 94–23 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, Minnesota
    • AS94-07 Major Contamination Event due to a Breached Source at KayRay/Sensall, Inc., in Mt. Prospect, Illinois
    • AS94-08 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at St. Joseph's Hospital in Orange, California
    • AS94-09 Brachytherapy Misadministration at the University of California's Long Hospital in San Francisco, California
    • AS94-10 Medical Teletherapy Misadministration by an "Unspecified Licensee" at an "Unspecified Location" in New York
    • 92-17 Medical Therapy Misadministration at Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis, Indiana
    • 94-07 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia
    • 94-08 Multiple Brachytherapy Misadministrations at Deaconess Medical Center in Billings, Montana
    • 94-11 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii
    • 94-12 Medical Sodium Iodide Misadministration at Stamford Hospital in Stamford, Connecticut
    • 94-14 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration that Required Medical Intervention at The William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich, Connecticut
    • 94-19 Medical Therapy Misadministration at University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts
    • AS88-05 Medical Teletherapy Misadministration at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Maryland
    • AS88-06 Multiple Medical Teletherapy Misadministrations at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Maryland
    • AS93-05 Medical Teletherapy Misadministration at Alta Bates Medical Center in Berkeley, California
    • AS93-13 Lost or Stolen Radiation Source at BPB Instruments, Inc., in Midland, Texas
    • (EOI) 1. Safety Relief Valve Inoperability at Millstone Unit 1
    • (EOI) 2. Leksell Gamma Knife® Teletherapy Unit Malfunction at University of Southern California, University Hospital in Los Angeles, California
  • Volume 17, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1994, published January 1995 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 17, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1994 (via Federal Register)
    • 94-8 Multiple Medical Brachytherapy Misadmnistrations at Deaconess Medical Center in Billings, Montana
    • 94-9 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, Indiana
    • 94-10 Teletherapy Misadministration at Jewish Hospital, Washington
    • 94-11 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu Hawaii
    • 94-12 Medical Sodium Iodide Misadministration at Stamford Hospital in Stamford, Connecticut
    • 94-13 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Blodgett Memorial Hospital in East Grand Rapids, Michigan
    • 94-14 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration that Required Medical Intervention at The William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich, Connecticut
  • Volume 17, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1994 (via Federal Register)
    • 94-1 Inoperable Main Steam Line Isolation Valve at Perry Nuclear Power Plant
    • 94-2 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Hospital Metropolitano in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
    • 94-3 Teletherapy Misadministration at Triangle Radiation Oncology Associates in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • 94-4 Lost Reference Sources at Brooks Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas
    • 94-5 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio
    • 94-6 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Keesler Medical Center at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi
    • 94-7 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia
  • Volume 16, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1993 (via Federal Register)
    • 93-11 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Washington University Medical School in St. Louis, Missouri
    • 93-12 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Mercy Hospital in Scranton, Pennsylvania
    • 93-13 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, New Jersey
    • 93-14 Exposure to a Nursing Infant at Queen's Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii
    • 93-15 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Zanesville, Ohio
    • 93-16 Medical Brachytherapy Misadministration at Marquette General Hospital in Marquette, Michigan
  • Volume 16, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1993 (via Federal Register)
    • 93-9 Medical Sodium Iodide Misadministration at Osteopathic Hospital Founders Association DBA (doing business as) Tulsa Regional Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma
    • 93-10 1981 Fatal Radiation Exposure of a Radiographer in Northeast Oklahoma
  • Volume 16, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1993 (via INIS @ IAEA)
  • Volume 16, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1993, published June 1993 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 15, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1992 (via NTRL @ NTIS)
  • Volume 15, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1992, published December 1992 (ML20126M143)
    • 92-9 Medical Therapy Misadministration at Cooper Hospital/University Medical Center in Camden, New Jersey
    • 92-10 Extremity Overexposure of a Radiographer at MQS Inspection, Inc., Field Site in Trenton, Michigan
    • 92-11 Medical Therapy Misadministration at the Medical Center of Delaware, Incorporated, in Wilmington, Delaware
    • AS 92-1 Medical Diagnostic Misadministration at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas
    • 90-19 Medical Diagnostic Misadministration at Copley Hospital in Morrisville, Vermont
    • (OEI) 1. Loss-of-Coolant Event at the Fort Calhoun Station
  • Volume 15, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1992, published September 1992 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 15, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1992, published July 1992 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 14, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1991, published March 1992 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 14, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1991, published December 1991 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 14, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1991, published September 1991 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 14, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1991, published June 1991, (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 13, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1990, published March 1991 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 13, Number 3, July-Sep 1990, published January 1991 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 13, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1990, published October 1990 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 13, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1990, published July 1990 (via HathiTrust)

     

1980s

  • Volume 12, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1989 pre-publication memo dated March 23, 1990 (ML010170164)
    • 89-13 Medical Diagnostic Misadministration
    • 89-14 Medical Therapy Misadministration
    • AS89-2 Industrial Radiographer Overexposure
    • (OEI) 1. Significant Degradation of Reactor Fuel Rod Cladding at Haddam Neck
  • Volume 12, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1989 pre-publication memo dated January 19, 1990 (ML010170058)
    • 89-8 Significant Deficiencies Associated with the Containment Building Recirculation Sump at the Trojan Nuclear Power Plant
    • 89-9 Medical Diagnostic Misadministration
    • 89-10 Medical Therapy Misadministration
    • 89-11 Radiation Overexposure of a Radiographer
    • 89-12 Significant Breakdown and Careless Disregard of the Radiation Safety Program at Three General Electric Manufacturing Facilities
    • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • 85-14 Management Deficiencies at Tennessee Valley Authority
    • 86-23 Release of Americium-241 Inside a Waste Storage Building at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
    • 87-13 Significant Breakdown in Management and Procedural Controls at an Industrial Radiography Licensee
    • (OEI) 1. Radioactive Spill in a Sub-basement at Nine Mile Point Unit 1
  • Volume 12, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1989, published October 1989 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 12, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1989, published August 1989 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 11, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1988, published April 1989 (via HathiTrust) (via NTRL @ NTIS)
  • Volume 11, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1988, published January 1989 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 11, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1988, published December 1988 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 11, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1988, published July 1988 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 10, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1987, published March 1988 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 10, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1987, published March 1988 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 10, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1987, published November 1987 (via HathiTrust
  • Volume 10, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1987, published October 1987 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 9, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1986, published July 1987 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 9, Number 3, July-Sep 1986, published April 1987, (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 9, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1986 (via NTRL @ NTIS)
  • Volume 9, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1986, published September 1986 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 8, Number 4, Oct-Dec, 1985 published May 1986 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 8, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1985, published February 1986 (ML20140F249)
    • 85-12 Management Control Deficiencies
    • 85-13 Inoperable Steam Generator Low Pressure Trip
    • 85-14 Management Deficiencies at Tennessee Valley Authority
    • 85-15 Therapeutic Medical Misadministration
    • 85-16 Therapeutic Medical Misadministration
    • 85-17 Exposure of Radiographic Personnel Due to Management and Procedural Control Deficiencies
    • 85-18 Diagnostic Medical Misadministration
    • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • 83-15 Emergency Diesel Generator Problems
    • 85-7 Loss of Main and Auxiliary Feedwater Systems
    • (OE!) 1. Two Stuck Control Rods During Testing
    • (OEI) 2. Diesel Generator Load Sequencing Inoperable
    • (OEI) 3. Truck-Train Wreck Involving Spill of Uranium Concentrates
    • (OEI) 4. Degraded Containment Integrity
  • Volume 8, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1985, published November 1985 (ML20138K595)
    • 85-5 Inoperable Safety Injection Pumps
    • 85-6 Significant Deficiencies in Reactor Operator Training and Material False Statements
    • 85-7 Loss of Main and Auxiliary Feedwater Systems
    • 85-8 Diagnostic Medical Misadministration
    • 85-9 Diagnostic Medical Misadministration
    • 85-10 Breakdown in Management Controls
    • 85-11 Therapeutic Medical Misadministration
    • AS85-5 Overexposures of a Radiographer and an Assistant Radiographer
    • 76-11 Steam Generator Problems
    • 77-9 Environmental Qualification of Safety-Related Electrical Equipment Inside Containment
    • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • 83-6 Uncontrolled Leakage of Reactor Coolant Outside Primary Containment
    • 84-9 Degraded Shutdown Systems
    • (OEI) 1. Deficiencies in Quality Assurance Program During Construction
  • Volume 8, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1985, published August 1985 (ML20134P196)
    • 85-1 Premature Criticality During Startup
    • 85-2 Diagnostic Medical Misadministration
    • 85-3 Diagnostic Medical Misadministration
    • 85-4 Unlawful Possession of Radioactive Material
    • AS85-1 Overexposure of an Employee
    • AS85-2 Radiation Hand Burn to an Assistant Radiographer
    • AS85-3 Overexposure of an Assistant Radiographer
    • AS85-4 Lost Well Logging Source
    • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • 83-5 Large Diameter Pipe Cracking in Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
    • (OEI) 1. Numerous Errors in Technical Specifications Submitted by a Licensee
    • (OEI) 2. Failure of Tendon Anchor Heads in Containment Post-Tensioning System
    • (OEI) 3. Recent Emergency Diesel Generator Failures
  • Volume 7, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1984, published May 1985 (ML20126H619)
    • 84-17 Four Control Rods Fail to Insert During Testing
    • 84-18 Degraded Upper Head Injection System Accumulator Isolation Valves
    • 84-19 Buildup of Uranium in a Ventilation System
    • AS84-3 Overexposure of a Radiographer Trainee
    • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • 84-2 Through Wall Crack in Vent Header Inside BWR Containment Torus
    • 84-9 Degraded Shutdown Systems
    • 84-15 Significant Internal Exposure to Iodine-125
    • (OEI) 1. Contamination of Sanitary Sewage Systems
  • Volume 7, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1984, published April 1985 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 7, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1984, published October 1984 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 7, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1984 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 6, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1983, published May 1984 (ML20140C088)
    • 83-15 Emergency Diesel Generator Problems
    • 83-16 Overexposure of a Radiographer
    • AS83-10 Overexposure of a Radiographer
    • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • 83-5 Large Diameter Pipe Cracking in Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
    • (OEI) 1.Contamination Due to Failed Fuel
    • (OEI) 2.Failed Fuel Assemblies
  • Volume 6, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1983, published April 1984 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 6, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1983, published November 1983 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 6, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1983, published September 1983 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 5, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1982, published May 1983 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 5, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1982, published January, 1983 (via HathiTrust)
  • Volume 5, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1982, published December 1982 (via HathiTrust)
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 75-5 Cracks in Pipes at Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
      • 76-2 Occupational Overexposure During Entry to Reactor Cavity Area
      • 76-11 Steam Generator Problems
      • 77-9 Environmental Qualification of Safety-Related Electrical Equipment Inside Containment
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • 80-7 Loss of Salt Water Cooling System
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Temporary Total Loss of High Head Safety Injection Capability
      • 2. Reactor Fuel Degradation
      • 3. Control Rod Drive Guide Tube Support Pin Failures
      • 4. Multiple Diesel Generator Failures
  • Volume 5, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1982, published August 1982 (via HathiTrust)
    • Nuclear Power Plants
      • 82-1 Diesel Generator Engine Cooling System Failures
      • 82-2 Pressure Transients During Shutdown at a Nuclear Power Plant
      • 82-3 Major Deficiencies in Management Controls at a Nuclear Power Plant
      • 82-4 Steam Generator Tube Rupture at R. E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • 81-4 Failure of High Pressure Safety Injection System
      • 81-8 Seismic Design Errors at Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Low Concentrations of Tritium Detected in Groundwater at Sheffield Low Level Waste Disposal Facility
  • Volume 4, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1981, published May 1982 (via HathiTrust)
    • Nuclear Power Plants
      • 81-7 Blockage of Coolant Flow to Safety-Related Systems and Components
      • 81-8 Seismic Design Errors at Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Pressurized Thermal Shock of Nuclear Reactor Pressure Vessels
      • 2. Nuclear Power Plant Construction Deficiencies
  • Volume 4, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1981, published January 1982 (via HathiTrust)
    • Nuclear Power Plants
      • 81-3 Misalignment of High Head Safety Injection Isolation Valve
      • 81-4 Failure of High Pressure Safety Injection System
    • Other NRC LIcensees
      • 81-5 Calculated Radiation Exposures Exceeding 10 CFR 20 Limits
      • 81-6 Calculated Overexposure in an Unrestricted Area
    • Agreement State Licensees
      • AS81-1 Excessive Radiation Doses to Hospital Patients
      • AS81-2 Overexposures of a Radiographer and Two Barge Crew Members
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • 80-1 Occupational Overexposures to Skin and Extremities
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Waste Gas Decay Tank Failure
      • 2. Excessive Surface Contamination on a Spent Fuel Shipping Cask
  • Volume 4, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1981, published October 1981 (via HathiTrust)
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 77-8 Generic Design Deficiency
      • 79-2 Deficiencies in Piping Design
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • 79-5 Indication of Low Water Level in a Boiling Water Reactor
      • 79-8 Major Degradation of Primary Containment Boundary
      • 80-2 Transient Initiated by Partial Loss of Power
      • 80-9 Significant Flooding of Reactor Containment Building
      • 80-8 Improper Use and Inadequate Control of Licensed Material (Radiopharmaceuticals)
      • AS80-1 Overexposure of Radiographers
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Overexposure of a Licensee Contractor Employee
  • Volume 4, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1981, published July 1981 (via HathiTrust)
    • Nuclear Power Plants
      • 81-1 Inadvertent Disconnection of Station Batteries
    • Other NRC Licensees
      • 81-2 Occupational Overexposures
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 76-11 Steam Generator Tube Integrity
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • 80-6 Failure of Control Rods to Insert Fully During a Scram
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Malfunctions of Teletherapy Units
      • 2. Radiation Injury
  • Volume 3, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1980, published May 1981 (via HathiTrust)
    • Nuclear Power Plants
      • 80-9 Significant Flooding of Reactor Containment Building
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 75-5 Cracks in Pipes at Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
      • 76-11 Steam Generator Tube Integrity
      • 76-16 Feedwater Nozzle Cracking in Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
      • 78-2 Fuel Assembly Control Rod Guide Tube Integrity (A Generic Concern)
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • 80-6 failure of Control Rods to Insert Fully During a Scram
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Show Cause Order - South Texas Project Units 1 and 2
      • 2. Inadvertent Isolation of Auxiliary Feedwater System Water Supply
      • 3. Radioactive Material in an Unrestricted Area
      • 4. Failure to Adequately Implement a Post-TMI-Action Item
  • Volume 3, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1980, published February 1981 (via HathiTrust)
    • Nuclear Power Plants
      • 80-7 Failure of Salt Water Cooling System
    • Other NRC Licensees
      • 80-8 Improper Use and Inadequate Control of Licensed Material (Radiopharmaceuticals)
    • Agreement State Licensees
      • AS80-1 Overexposure of Radiographers
      • AS80-2 Overexposure of a Radiographer
      • AS80-3 Inadequate Security
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • 79-6 Damage to New Fuel Assemblies
      • 80-2 Transient Initiated by Partial Loss of Power
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Containment Sump Valve Open During Reactor Operation
      • 2. Concern Over Licensed Operator Performance at a Power Reactor
      • 3. Member of News Media Gaining Access to Control Room
      • 4. Personnel Overexposure During Steam Generator Repair
  • Volume 3, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1980, published November 1980 (via HathiTrust)
    • Nuclear Power Plants
      • 80-5 Loss of Decay Heat Removal Capability
      • 80-6 Failure of Control Rods to Insert Fully During a Scram
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 75-5 Cracks in Pipes at Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
      • 76-11 Steam Generator Tube Integrity
      • 77-9 Environmental Qualification of Safety-Related Electrical Equipment Inside Containment
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • 80-1 Occupational Overexposure to Skin and Extremities
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Construction Deficiencies
      • 2. BWR Jet Pump Assembly Failure
      • 3. Show Cause Order - Irigaray Solution Mining Project
      • 4. Reactor Coolant Pump Seal Failure
      • 5. Development of Steam Void Under Vessel Head During Reactor Cooldown
      • 6. Public Concern Over Groundwater Contamination
  • Volume 3, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1980, published September 1980 (via HathiTrust)
    • Nuclear Power Plants
      • 80-1 Occupational Overexposures to Skin and Extremities
      • 80-2 Transient Initiated by Partial Loss of Power
    • Fuel Cycle Facilities
      • 80-3 Loss of Confinement System Resulting in Plutonium Deposition in an Employee
    • Other NRC Licensees
      • 80-4 Overexposure to Individuals in Unrestricted Areas
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 76-11 Steam Generator Tube Integrity
      • 79-2 Deficiencies in Piping Design
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
      • AS 79-1 Releases of Tritium and Contamination of Food
      • AS 79-2 Overexposures from a Radiography Source
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Yankee-Rowe Turbine Failure
      • 2. Failure of Salt Water Cooling System

         

1970s

  • Volume 2, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1979, published April 1980 (via HathiTrust)
    • AS79-5 Overexposure of a Hot Cell Operator
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 75-5 Cracks in Pipes at Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
      • 76-11 Steam Generator Tube Integrity
      • 77-8 Generic Design Deficiency
      • 78-5 Loss of Containment Integrity
      • 79-2 Deficiencies in Piping Design
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1.0 Temporary Closing of Commercial Burial Facilities for Low-Level Waste
      • 2.0 Turbine Disc Cracking
  • Volume 2, Number 3, Jul-Sep 1979, published February 1980
  • Volume 2, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1979, published November 1979 (via HathiTrust)
    • 79-5 Indication of Low Water Level in a Boiling Water Reactor
    • 79-6 Damage to New Fuel Assemblies
    • 79-7 Deficient Procedures
    • AS79-1 Releases of Tritium and Contamination of Food
    • AS79-2 Overexposures from a Radiography Source
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 75-5 Cracks in Pipes at Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
      • 75-7 Steam Generator Feedwater Flow Instability at Pressurized Water Reactors (PWRs)
      • 76-16 Feedwater Nozzle Cracking in Boiling Water Reactors
      • 77-9 Environmental Qualification of Safety-Related Electrical Equipment Inside Containment
      • 78-2 Fuel Assembly Control Rod Guide Tube Integrity (A Generic Concern)
      • 78-5 Loss of Containment Integrity
      • 79-1 Degraded Engineered Safety Features
      • 79-2 Deficiencies in Piping Design
      • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • Cracking in Main Feedwater System Piping (PWR Plants)
  • Volume 2, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1979, published July,1979 (via HathiTrust)
    • 79-1 Degraded Engineered Safety Features
    • 79-2 Deficiencies in Piping Design
    • 79-3 Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island
    • 79-4 Extortion Attempt Involving Alleged Theft of Licensed Material
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • AS78-4 Theft of Two Radiography Devices
  • Volume 1, Number 4, Oct-Dec 1978, published March 1979 (via HathiTrust)
    • 78-5 Loss of Containment Integrity
    • AS78-5 Overexposure of a Radiographer's Assistant
    • AS78-6 Transportation of Package with Radiation Levels in Excess of Limits
    • Appendix B: Updates of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrence
      • 75-7 Steam Generator Feedwater Flow Instability at Pressurized Water Reactors
      • 76-11 Steam Generator Tube Integrity
      • 76-16 Feedwater Nozzle Cracking in Boiling Water Reactors
      • 77-8 Generic Design Deficiency
      • 78-2 Fuel Assembly Control Rod Guide Tube Integrity (A Generic Concern)
      • 78-4 Degraded Primary Coolant Boundary in a Boiling Water Reactor
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Broken Seals on Four Containers of Highly Enriched Uranium Exported to Romania
      • 2. Special Safeguards Review at Uranium Fuel Processing Facility
  • Volume 1, Number 3, Jul-Sep, 1978, published December 1978 (via HathiTrust)
    • 78-4 Degraded Primary Coolant Boundary in a Boiling Water Reactor
    • AS78-3 Overexposure of a Radiographer's Assistant
    • AS78-4 Theft of Two Radiography Devices
    • Appendix B: Updates of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 75-5 Cracks in Pipes at Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
      • 76-1 Deficiencies in the Mark I Containment Systems of Certain Boiling Water Reactor
  • Volume 1, Number 2, Apr-Jun 1978, published September 1978 (via HathiTrust)
    • 78-2 Fuel Assembly Control Rod Guide Tube Integrity
    • 78-3 Overexposure of Two Radiation Protection Technicians
    • AS78-2 Termination of a License for Willful Violations of Regulations
    • Appendix B: Updates of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 77-9 Environmental Qualification of Safety-Related Electrical Equipment Inside Containment
    • Appendix C: Other Events of Interest
      • 1. Burnable Poison Rod Assembly Failures
      • 2. Nuclear Material Inventory Anomaly
      • 3. Deviation from Seismic Design Criteria
  • Volume 1, Number 1, Jan-Mar 1978, published June1978 (via HathiTrust), (via NTRL @ NTIS)
    • 78-1 Insulation Failures in Containment Electrical Penetrations
    • AS78-1 Overexposure of a Radiographer
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 76-1 Deficiencies in the Mark I Containment Systems of Certain Boiling Water Reactors
      • 77-3 Fuel Rod Failures at Nuclear Power Reactor
      • 77-9 Environmental Qualification of Safety-Related Electrical Equipment Inside Containment
      • 76-7 Patient Exposures Above Prescribed Amounts During Cobalt Teletherapy Actions Taken to Prevent Recurrence
    • Appendix C: Other Events f Interest
      • 1. Unplanned Release of Radioactive Gaseous Material
      • 2. Nuclear Material Inventory Anomaly
  • NUREG-0090-10, Oct-Dec 1977, published March 1978 (via HathiTrust)
    • 77-7 Management and Procedural Control Deficiencies
    • 77-8 Generic Design Deficiency
    • 77-9 Environmental Qualifications of Safety-Related Electrical Equipment Inside Containment
    • 77-10 Occupational Overexposure at Irradiator Facility
    • 77-11 Occupational Overexposure of a Radiographer's Hand
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 77-3 Fuel Rod Failures at Nuclear Power Reactor
  • NUREG-0090-9, Jul-Sep 1977, published November 1977 (via HathiTrust)
    • 77-6 Loss and Recovery of Radioactive Source and Probable Overexposure
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 75-5 Cracks in Pipes at Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs)
      • 77-2 Breach of Physical Security System
      • 76-12 Accumulated Nuclear Material Inventory Anomaly
      • 76-7 Patient Exposures Above Prescribed Amounts During Cobalt Teletherapy
      • 77-5 Overexposure of Two Radiographers
  • NUREG-0090-8, Apr-Jun 1977
  • NUREG-0090-7, Jan-Mar 1977, published June 1977 (via HathiTrust)
    • 77-1 Inadvertent Radiation Exposure to Two Painters
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • 76-16 Feedwater Nozzle Cracking in Boiling Water Reactors
      • 76-12 Accumulated Nuclear Material Inventory Anomaly
      • 76-7 Patient Exposures Above Prescribed Amounts During Cobalt Teletherapy
  • NUREG-0090-6, Oct-Dec 1976
  • NUREG-0090-5, Jul-Sep 1976
  • NUREG-0090-4, Apr-Jun 1976
  • NUREG-0090-3, Jan-Mar 1976, published July 1976 (via HathiTrust)
    • 76-1 Deficiencies in the 'Mark I' Containment Systems of Certain Boiling Water Reactors
    • 76-2 8 Rem Occupational Whole Body Exposure
    • 76-3 Cesium-137 Medical Source Lost in Transit
    • 76-4 Unauthorized Removal of Material from Waste Disposal Site
    • 76-5 Radiographer Occupational Whole Body Exposure of 6.9 Rem
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • Item 2. Fire in Electrical Cable Trays (Browns Ferry Fire) [from NUREG 75/0090]
      • Item 5. Cracks in Pipes at Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs) [from NUREG 75/0090]
      • Item 6. Fuel Channel Box Wear at BWRs [from NUREG 75/0090]
      • Item 1. Nuclear Material Anomaly [from NUREG-0090-2]
      • Item 1. Occupational Overexposure to Radiographer [from NUREG-0090-2]
  • NUREG-0090-2, Oct-Dec 1975, published March 1976 (via HathiTrust)
    • Fuel Cycle Facilities
      • 1. Nuclear Material Inventory Anomaly
    • Other NRC Licensees
      • 1. Occupational Overexposure to Radiographer
    • Appendix B: Update of Previously Reported Abnormal Occurrences
      • Generic issue on pipe cracks at boiling water reactors [from NUREG 75/090]
  • NUREG-0090-1, Jul-Sep 1975
  • NUREG 75/090, Jan-Jun 1975