BY ABBIE SARFO
Some things just arenâ€™t meant to mix; especially nuclear power and cocaine.
On Thursday, PSEG Nuclear suspended a New Jersey control room supervisor after a drug test found cocaine in his system, nydailynews.com reports.
PSEG subjects workers random drug screenings, with additional screenings performed in times of suspicion. In this case, the ignominious employee was exposed by a routine drug test.
Upon receiving the individualâ€™s test results, PSEG notified the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, or NRC.
According to the Daily News, nuclear spokesman, Joe Delmar, stated,â€śItâ€™s such a rare occurrence, it does not represent our employeesâ€¦ Our employees know theyâ€™re held to a higher standard.â€ť