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Title 10 Part 820 → Subpart C

Title 10 → Chapter III → Part 820 → Subpart C

Electronic Code of Federal Regulations e-CFR

Title 10 Part 820 → Subpart C

e-CFR data is current as of August 20, 2019

Title 10Chapter IIIPart 820 → Subpart C


Title 10: Energy
PART 820—PROCEDURAL RULES FOR DOE NUCLEAR ACTIVITIES


Subpart C—Compliance Orders


Contents
§820.40   Purpose and scope.
§820.41   Compliance order.
§820.42   Final order.
§820.43   Appeal.

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§820.40   Purpose and scope.

This subpart provides for the issuance of Compliance Orders to prevent, rectify or penalize violations of the Act, a Nuclear Statute, or a DOE Nuclear Safety Requirement and to require action consistent with the Act, a Nuclear Statute, or a DOE Nuclear Safety Requirement.

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§820.41   Compliance order.

The Secretary may issue to any person involved in a DOE nuclear activity a Compliance Order that:

(a) Identifies a situation that violates, potentially violates, or otherwise is inconsistent with the Act, a Nuclear Statute, or a DOE Nuclear Safety Requirement;

(b) Mandates a remedy or other action; and,

(c) States the reasons for the remedy or other action.

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§820.42   Final order.

A Compliance Order is a Final Order that constitutes a DOE Nuclear Safety Requirement that is effective immediately unless the Order specifies a different effective date.

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§820.43   Appeal.

Within fifteen days of the issuance of a Compliance Order, the recipient of the Order may request the Secretary to rescind or modify the Order. A request shall not stay the effectiveness of a Compliance Order unless the Secretary issues an order to that effect.

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