At Entergy, there is no higher priority than operating our power plants safely. This responsibility also includes preparing for the unlikely event of a nuclear emergency. Working closely with national, state and local emergency management agencies, Entergy's nuclear plants have developed detailed emergency plans that address actions to be taken to protect the health and safety of the public up to 50 miles from any one of our plants. These plans are practiced routinely with oversight from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
The basic information contained in these pages provides guidelines for the general public on what to do if your hear sirens sounding, where to go if you are told to evacuate and where school children would be taken in the remote possibility of a nuclear emergency at one of Entergy's nuclear plants.
The best way to be safe in an emergency is to know ahead of time what to do.
Being prepared means being informed, so please take time to read this information.