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Michael P. Short

President

MPS Strategic Solutions Inc

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Nuclear Engineering and Technical Services

Southern California Edison Company


Director for Nuclear Strategic Initiatives

SONGS


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Edison International: Our Company: Southern California Edison Leadership

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Michael P. Short
Vice President, Nuclear Engineering and Technical Services


acehoffman.blogspot.com

Mike Short, an Edison consultant, told regulators that the company "had not intended" to characterize the system as an important safeguard, technically known as "defense-in-depth," or multiple layers of systems designed to prevent accidents or the release of radiation from a nuclear power plant.
Short said the data collected by the system could be used in future research examining vibrations picked up by the monitors. "It's our plan ... to make sure that's clear," he said.


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The NRC staff "doesn't understand where that adds an additional safety margin" as proposed by the company. Mike Short, an Edison consultant, told regulators that the company "had not intended" to characterize the system as an important safeguard, technically known as "defense-in-depth," or multiple layers of systems designed to prevent accidents or the release of radiation from a nuclear power plant.  Short said the data collected by the system could be used in future research examining vibrations picked up by the monitors.
"It's our plan ... to make sure that's clear," he said. The original monitoring system was at issue in a federal investigation after the plant was shut down in January.


Edison International: Our Company: Short, Michael P.

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Michael P. Short
Change text size: T T T ? Vice President, Nuclear Engineering and Technical Services Southern California Edison Michael P. Short is vice president of Nuclear Engineering and Technical Services for Southern California Edison (SCE), one of the nation's largest electric utilities. Short is responsible for engineering and project management activities at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS). Short was elected vice president September 2008. Prior to his current role, Short was director for Nuclear Oversight and Assessment for Southern California Edison, responsible for oversight of line functions at SONGS. Short also previously served as the director for nuclear strategic initiatives at SONGS, responsible for the nuclear organization's strategic plan. Short joined SCE in 1976 as a plant engineer at SONGS, where he held various management positions, including, retrofit project manager, nuclear training manager and engineering manager. In 2006, Short was the recipient of a William R. Gould Award for Engineering and Operational Excellence. Named after a former engineer and SCE chairman, the award recognizes individual employees whose sustained career achievements in engineering, operations, and environmental protection enhance the company's leadership role in the utility industry. Prior to joining SCE, Short was a nuclear plant engineer at the Naval Reactors Facility in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Short earned a bachelor's degree in engineering from the University of California, Irvine.


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Michael P. ShortChange text size: T T T ? Vice President, Nuclear Engineering and Technical ServicesSouthern California EdisonMichael P. Short is vice president of Nuclear Engineering and Technical Services for Southern California Edison (SCE), the nation's largest electric utility.Short is responsible for engineering and project management activities at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS).Short was elected vice president September 2008.Prior to his current role, Short was director for Nuclear Oversight and Assessment for Southern California Edison, responsible for oversight of line functions at SONGS. Short also previously served as the director for nuclear strategic initiatives at SONGS, responsible for the nuclear organization's strategic plan. Short joined SCE in 1976 as a plant engineer at SONGS, where he held various management positions, including, retrofit project manager, nuclear training manager and engineering manager.In 2006, Short was the recipient of a William R. Gould Award for Engineering and Operational Excellence.Named after a former engineer and SCE chairman, the award recognizes individual employees whose sustained career achievements in engineering, operations, and environmental protection enhance the company's leadership role in the utility industry.Prior to joining SCE, Short was a nuclear plant engineer at the Naval Reactors Facility in Idaho Falls, Idaho.Short earned a bachelor's degree in engineering from the University of California, Irvine. Updated October 2008


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