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NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD 490 L'Enfant Plaza SW., Washington, DC 20594 Phone, 202-382-6600
JAMES E. HALL
GOGLIA, JOHN A.
Deputy General Counsel
DAVID BASS Director, Office of Aviation Safety
BERNARD S. LOEB Deputy Director
RONALD SCHLEEDE Director, Office of Research and Engineering VERNON ELLINGSTAD Deputy Director
(VACANCY) Director, Office of Safety Recommendations BARRY M. SWEEDLER Deputy Director
RICHARD VAN WOERKOM
RALPH E. JOHNSON
B. MICHAEL LEVINS Deputy Director
(VACANCY) Chief Administrative Law Judge
WILLIAM E. FOWLER, JR. (For the National Transportation Safety Board statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, Part 800)
The National Transportation Safety Board seeks to ensure that all types of transportation in the United States are conducted safely. The Board investigates accidents, conducts studies, and makes recommendations to Government agencies, the transportation industry, and others on safety measures and practices.
The National Transportation Safety Board
The Safety Board consists of five
-U.S. civil aviation and certain public-use aircraft accidents;
-railroad accidents in which there is a fatality or substantial property damage, or that involve a passenger train;
-pipeline accidents in which there is a fatality, substantial property damage, or significant injury to the environment;
-highway accidents, including railroad grade-crossing accidents, that the Board selects in cooperation with the States;
--major marine casualties, and marine accidents involving a public vessel and a nonpublic vessel, in accordance with regulations prescribed jointly by the Board and the U.S. Coast Guard; and
-other transportation accidents that are catastrophic, involve problems of a recurring character, or otherwise should be investigated in the judgment of the Board. Safety Problem Identification in addition, the Board makes recommendations on matters pertaining to transportation safety and is a catalyst for transportation accident prevention by conducting safety studies and special investigations, assessing techniques of accident investigation and publishing recommended procedures for these investigations, establishing regulatory requirements for reporting accidents, evaluating the transportation safety consciousness and efficacy of other Government agencies in the prevention of accidents, evaluating the adequacy of safeguards and procedures concerning the transportation of hazardous materials and the performance of other Government agencies charged with ensuring the safe transportation of such materials, and reporting annually to the Congress on its activities. Certificate, Civil Penalty, or License Appeal The Board also reviews on
appeal the suspension, amendment, assessments of civil penalties issued by modification, revocation, or denial of the Secretary or an Administrator of the certain certificates, licenses, or
Department of Transportation.
(A: Regional Director, FC: Field Chien
North Central Region
South Central Field
31 W. 775 North Ave., W. Chicago, IL 60185
Carl Dinwiddie (A)
31 W. 775 North Ave., W. Chicago, IL 60185
Russ Seipler (R) Dave Watson (R) Mark Garcia (R)
Suite 300, 1200 Copeland Rd., Arlington, TX 76011
Kennith Rogers (A)
Sources of Information Contracts and Procurement Inquiries regarding the Board's procurement and contracting activities should be addressed to the Contracting Officer, Budget and Financial Policy, National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, DC 20594. Phone, 202382-6707. Employment Send applications for employment to the Human Resources Division, National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, DC 20594. Phone, 202-382-6718. Publications Publications are provided free of charge to the following categories of subscribers: Federal, State, or local transportation agencies; international transportation organizations or foreign governments; educational institutions or public libraries; nonprofit public safety organizations; and the news media. Persons in these categories who are interested in receiving copies of Board
publications should contact the Public Inquiries Branch, National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, DC 20594. Phone, 202–382-6735.
All other persons interested in receiving publications must purchase them from the National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161. Orders may be placed by telephone to the Subscription Unit at 703–487–4630, or the sales desk at 703-487-4768. Reading Room The Board's Public Reference Room is available for record inspection or photocopying. It is located in Room 5111 at the Board's Washington, DC, headquarters and is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every business day. Requests for access to public records should be made in person at Room 5111, or by writing the Public Inquiries Branch, National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, DC 20594. Phone, 202-382–6735.
For further information, contact the Office of Public Affairs, National Transportation Safety Board, 490 L'Enfant Plaza SW., Washington, DC 20594. Phone, 202-382-0660. Fax, 202–382-6808.
NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
SHIRLEY ANN JACKSON
PAUL W. POMEROY
B. PAUL COTTER, JR.
BARRY SIEGEL, M.D.
JOHN F. CORDES, JR., Acting
Legal Assistant Commissioner
Licensing Board Panel
Uses of Isotopes
Reactor Regulation, Regional
Operations, and Research
Materials Safety, Safeguards, and
Office of the Controller
LEO J. NORTON, JR., Acting
HUGH L. THOMPSON, JR.
JAMES L. BLAHA
STEWART D. EBNETER
KENNETH E. PERKINS, JR.
GUY P. CAPUTO
PATRICIA G. NORRY