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1 edition of Nuclear Safety: Concerns with the Nuclear Power Reactors in Cuba, U.S. GAO, August 1, 1995. found in the catalog.

Nuclear Safety: Concerns with the Nuclear Power Reactors in Cuba, U.S. GAO, August 1, 1995.

Nuclear Safety: Concerns with the Nuclear Power Reactors in Cuba, U.S. GAO, August 1, 1995.

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A substantive body of literature documents the effects of fatigue on worker performance, including the effects of shiftwork and sustained operations on employee alertness. The first section of this appendix reviews this evidence. The second section examines how various health care and non–health care industries have attempted to address consumer and public safety issues by restricting work Cited by: 3. current underwriting of the multibillion-dollar Vogtle nuclear reactors in nuclear waste fee—an arbitrary fee on nuclear power plants set by the U.S. General Accounting Office.


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