Résumé:  Bryant King Harllee


                          Bryant King Harllee

2 Casper Road

Southport, North Carolina 28461    

(h) 910-845-2290   

(c) 910-471-2771     


Degreed Health Physicist with more than 25 years of radiation protection experience in commercial nuclear reactors, including Boiling Water Reactor (BWR), Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) & Canada Deuterium Uranium (CanduTM). Extensive experience providing & supervising field radiological controls, as well as in ALARA & radiological engineering.  Has served as a Lead Assessor in nuclear oversight with focus on identifying best practices & deficiencies. Participated on INPO assist visits. Well versed in corrective actions, root cause analysis & application of OPEX to improve performance. "Information regarding security clearances held can be obtained by contacting me using the Contact button at the bottom of this page."


Bruce Power Nuclear Plant    Tiverton, ON

03/2013 -  12/2013

Senior Health Physics Management Consultant - Millennium Services Inc.

Ø  Management contracted oversight, for development & implementation of the Radiation Protection Improvement Plan (RPIP) at Bruce Power. Assessment of the existing Bruce Power radiation protection program & procedures by performance of a gap analysis based on WANO RP Guidelines (GL 2004-1, Rev-1) relative to program standards established for industry best performance.


Progress Energy    Brunswick Nuclear Plant    Southport, NC

2006 - 2012

RC Supervisor HP Field Group

Ø  Responsible for supervising & directing RC Technicians. Duties include BWR radiation protection, HP surveillance, technical leadership & oversight for work activities, emergency response, policy planning, budgeting & decision making related to the programmatic aspects of the RP program, Refuel Floor, Drywell & Reactor Building Supervisor, upgraded HRA/LHRA controls, regulatory inspections support & INPO Assist Visits & Benchmarks at Susquehanna & Vermont Yankee. Participated in Westinghouse development project in Västerås Sweden to robotically employ Jet Pump/Core Spray Clamps that resulted in significant outage duration reduction & cost savings.


Progress Energy    Brunswick Nuclear Plant    Southport, NC

2005 - 2006

Senior RC Specialist

Ø  Investigated & developed corrective actions for significant adverse conditions & emerging trends in E&RC utilizing OE & Root Cause analysis, review of compliance with Technical Specifications, Final Safety Analysis Report & NRC 10 CFR 20 regulations, reduced E&RC (PRR) procedure backlog by championing  over one hundred procedure revisions that enhanced processes & improved organizational efficiencies, development of off-gas trifold pamphlet to educate & mitigate employee concerns associated with BNP site noble gases (Ar, Xe, Rn)


Progress Energy    Brunswick Nuclear Plant    Southport, NC

2002 - 2005

BNP QC / NAS Assessor

Ø  BNP Lead Assessor & participated on Nuclear Over-site Assessments at CR3, HNP, RNP, River Bend, & Hatch Nuclear Plants. Focus on observations & feedback aimed at identifying best practices & deficiencies to enhance & improve processes (self-assessment, benchmark, and operational experience)


Progress Energy    Brunswick Nuclear Plant    Southport, NC

1998 - 2002

Senior RC Specialist (ALARA)

Ø  Developed/executed RWPs/ALARA work plans recommending dose saving measures, estimating, reporting & tracking exposure reduction initiatives using Microsoft Word, Excel, Business Objects, Access Databases & Passport Production in conjunction with other computer programs, ALARA reviews, radiation shielding, designed & fabricated a one-of-a-kind special stainless steel & lead SRM flask (1000 lb) developed & used to successfully facilitate removal of a highly activated nuclear instrumentation probe stuck in the core for over 9 months, developed plan for removal of 6k R/hr CRD Mechanism completed by the team for 720 mrem,  positive industry OE written on BNPs ALARA response to SRM & CRD removal from the reactor core


CP&L    Brunswick Nuclear Plant    Southport, NC

1994 - 1998

Radiation Control Field Technician

Ø  Implementation of radiation & contamination control program by providing in-field radiological controls for RW, RB & Turbine (rad, air, smear, alpha, beta, neutron), employed Andros robotics & other innovative techniques to remotely clean-up highly radioactive legacy radwaste CPS resin spills associated with non-hospitable rooms and systems that resulted in cost savings in excess of $250k each & championed RW 12’ Pipe Tunnel clean-up


CP&L    Brunswick Nuclear Plant   Southport, NC

1990 - 1994

Radiation Control Instrument Technician

Ø  Procedure development, calibration & maintenance of radiological instrument program for radiological survey meters and monitoring equipment, implemented process & installation of first generation WB monitors at plant exits, development/maintenance of respiratory protection program, sealed source inventory, ARM testing, remote monitoring equipment development, DOP HEPA testing & Shepard/Hopewell calibration


CP&L    Brunswick Nuclear Plant    Southport, NC

1986 - 1990

Dosimetry RC Technician

Ø  Implementation of dosimetry & respiratory protection program including calibration/operation of TLD badge/WBC monitoring equipment, NVLAP qualification, respiratory fit testing, bioassay & records management program


CP&L    Brunswick Nuclear Plant   Southport, NC

Summer 1985

RW Shipping RC Technician ( FMU College Intern)

Ø  Evaluated & published DAW study for BNP that resulted in reduced costs associated with Low Level Waste (LLW) Disposal


Education And Professional Development

BS Health Physics - 1986 Francis Marion University, Florence, SC   

Chemistry Graduate Teaching Assistant Fellowship - 1983 University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC   

BS Chemistry/Biology - 1983 College of Charleston/Francis Marion University, Florence, SC 

QC Nuclear Oversight Lead Assessor, OSC Emergency Response Organization  Leader (E&RC Coord)

Dosimetry NVLAP qualified, INPO Supervisor Development Training, Respirator qualified,

Root Cause Analysis, Procedure Technical Review, 50.59 Safety Evaluator. Optical splicing,

Andros Robot qualified - Oak Ridge Tennessee.

Professional Affiliations

Health Physics Society ¨ NRRPT ¨ INPO Peer Assessor ¨ PADI ¨ CIS tutor ¨ United Way ¨ PAC

Honors and Awards

Outstanding Contribution to FMU Health Physics Program 2010 ¨ 2011 BSA Scoutmaster of the Year

FMU Health Physics Award 1986 ¨ CP&L Innovative Equip Award 2000


(This résumé was posted on 31 December 2015.)