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Increased powers for security guards at Missouri’s nuclear power plants

Nuclear power plant legislation signed into law, June 8th, 2018, by Fulton Sun JEFFERSON CITY — Last week, 77 bills were signed into law including one regarding nuclear power plant security.

Rep. Travis Fitzwater’s bill strengthens security measures at nuclear power plants in Missouri and defines specifically what armed nuclear security guards can do to provide protection at those facilities.

House Bill 1797 specifies the level of physical force nuclear security guards can use while guarding a nuclear power plant; protects certain nuclear power plant employers from civil liability in carrying out their duties; and increases the penalties associated with trespassing at a nuclear power plant………

Commonly known as the Nuclear Power Plant Security Guard Act, the legislation faced little opposition in the state House and Senate. …….. To read the bill in its entirety, visit house.mo.gov/bill.aspx?bill=HB1797&year=2018&code=R.

http://www.fultonsun.com/news/news/story/2018/jun/08/nuclear-power-plant-legislation-signed-law/729722/

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June 9, 2018 - Posted by | civil liberties, safety, USA

1 Comment »

  1. We Security Services In Mumbai also agree with you. Our security guards job has never been easy. We should be proud of our work. Anyway thanks for sharing this.

    Comment by United Guard Force India | August 6, 2018 | Reply


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