DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act of 2000; List of Covered Facilities
AGENCY: Department of Energy.
ACTION: Notice of Listing of Covered Facilities
SUMMARY: The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act of 2000 (“Act”), Public Law 106-398, establishes a program to provide compensation to individuals who developed illnesses as a result of their employment in nuclear weapons production-related activities and certain other federally-owned facilities in which radioactive materials were used. On December 7, 2000, the President issued Executive Order 13179 (“Order”) directing the Department of Energy (“Department” or “DOE”) to list covered facilities in the Federal Register. This notice responds to both the Act and the Order.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Office of Worker Advocacy, 1-877-447-9756.
ADDRESSES: The Department welcomes comments on this list. Individuals who wish to suggest additional facilities for inclusion on the list, indicate why one or more facilities should be removed from the list, or provide other information may contact:
Office of Worker Advocacy (EH-8)
U.S. Department of Energy
1000 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20585
The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act of 2000 (“Act”), Public Law 106-398, establishes a program to provide compensation to individuals who developed illnesses as a result of their employment in nuclear weapons production-related activities and certain other federally-owned facilities in which radioactive materials were used. On December 7, 2000, the President issued Executive Order 13179 (“Order”) directing the Department of Energy (“Department” or “DOE”) to list covered facilities in the Federal Register. Section 2. c. vii of the Order instructs the Department to list three types of facilities:
1) Atomic weapons employer facilities, as defined in section 3621 (4) of the Act;Compensation options and mechanisms are defined differently for each of these facility categories defined within the Act.
2) Department of Energy facilities, as defined by section 3621 (12) of the Act; and
3) Beryllium vendors, as defined by section 3621 (6) of the Act.
The following list represents the Department’s best efforts to date to compile a list of facilities in these three categories. Reconstructing the operational history of the nuclear weapons system over a sixty-year period is a complex and sometimes imprecise undertaking. Some list entries are based on records that contain the names and addresses of companies and facilities at the time work was performed for the Department and its predecessor federal agencies. The list may identify a corporate headquarters facility as a production location, or may contain some inadvertent duplication because of changes in names, ownership, and addresses. Similarly, attempts to minimize duplication may have resulted in the inadvertent omission of subsidiaries and satellite locations that should be included. Accordingly, the Department is continuing its research efforts in order to better understand past production activities, and DOE intends to update this list at least once annually so long as new information becomes available. The public is invited to comment on the list and provide additional information.
In addition to continuing its research efforts, the Department is developing information dissemination mechanisms to make facility-specific data available to the public, including a publicly accessible database of site-related information. This database will help ensure that the Department keeps track of facilities involved in atomic weapons and other work potentially resulting in contamination or exposure. The site database will include, among other information, the type of nuclear weapons-related production work done, the dates such work occurred, and available health and safety data concerning the facility. The listing of facility name and location in this notice represents only a first step in providing information to the public.
The Act does not cover workers involved in uranium mining and milling, or those who worked in support of naval nuclear propulsion programs. Consequently, facilities associated with this type of work are not listed in this notice. Some workers who became ill as a result of their employment at these facilities may be covered by other programs such as the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA), the Federal Exposure Compensation Act (FECA), or other jurisdictions’ worker compensation programs.
Introduction to the Covered Facility List
The list that follows represents the three categories of employers defined by the Act: atomic weapons employers (“AWE”), Department of Energy facilities (“DOE”), and beryllium vendors (“BE”). Some facilities fall into more than one category. For example, if a private contractor facility handled both radioactive materials and beryllium, it will have “AWE” and “BE” in the “facility type” field. For another example, a facility will have both “DOE” and “AWE” codes if ownership changed between the DOE and another entity. The Department intends to provide facility-specific explanations of the applicability of these categories through the database mentioned above.
Each of the categories is defined below:
1. Atomic Weapons Employers
Section 3621 (4) of the Act defines an atomic weapons employer as "an entity that--
(A) processed or produced, for the use by the United States, material that emitted radiation and was used in the production of an atomic weapon, excluding uranium mining and milling; andMost facilities listed as an AWE conducted nuclear weapons-related work for a limited period of time or in certain select areas of the plant. For example, some sites worked with radioactive materials to evaluate processing machinery that was being considered for use in atomic weapons production. Radioactive materials may not have been used as a routine part of the facility’s operations. The Act covers those workers who became sick as a consequence of their work in support of nuclear weapons production activities, and was not intended to cover all workers at each site named.
(B) is designated as an atomic weapons employer for purposes of this title by the Secretary of Energy."
The lines between research, atomic weapons production, and non-weapons production are often difficult to draw. For the purposes of this notice, and as directed by the Act, only those facilities whose work involved radioactive material that was connected to the weapons production chain are included. Available information about many of these firms is incomplete or unclear, and the Department welcomes comments or additional information regarding facilities that may have supported atomic weapons production that are not on this list, as well as information that clarifies the work done at facilities named below.
2. Department of Energy Facilities
Section 3621 (12) of the Act defines a Department of Energy facility as "any building, structure, or premise, including the grounds upon which such building, structure, or premise is located--
(A) in which operations are, or have been, conducted by, or on behalf of, the Department of Energy (except for buildings, structures, premises, grounds, or operations covered by Executive Order 12344, pertaining to the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program); andConsistent with this definition, the Department has taken a broad view of where operations have been conducted by DOE or its predecessor agencies. The following list includes any facility handling radioactive materials or beryllium in which the Department had management and operations, management and integration, environmental remediation, or construction and maintenance contracts. This broad definition includes many facilities which are not generally thought of as Departmental facilities, as well as facilities which are not necessarily involved with weapons-related work. For example, some universities and private companies are included because the Department contracted for environmental remediation services at these sites, even though the Department did not own the facility. Also, some DOE-owned laboratories are included because they do work involving radioactive materials, even though that work is not related to nuclear weapons production.
(B) with regard to which the Department of Energy has or had--
(i) a proprietary interest; or
(ii) entered into a contract with an entity to provide management and operation, management and integration, environmental remediation services, construction, or maintenance services."
The Act covers production workers at the Gaseous Diffusion Plants at Paducah, KY and Piketon, OH. Production workers at these facilities are covered for work conducted until July 28, 1998, when the facilities were privatized under the control of the United States Enrichment Corporation (USEC, Inc.)
The listing of Department of Energy facilities is only intended for the context of implementing this Act and does not create or imply any new Departmental obligations or ownership at any of the facilities named on this list.
3. Beryllium Vendors
Section 3621(6) of the Act defines beryllium vendor as the following:
"(A) Atomics International.Beryllium metal has been an important material for atomic weapons production, and it was used at many places throughout the production system. The following list indicates private firms that processed, produced, or provided beryllium metal for the Department, as defined by the Act. This information is drawn from a variety of historical documents, and much data remains incomplete. The Department welcomes comments or additional information about its beryllium vendors.
(B) Brush Wellman, Incorporated, and its predecessor, Brush Beryllium Company.
(C) General Atomics.
(D) General Electric Company.
(E) NGK Metals Corporation and its predecessors, Kawecki-Berylco, Cabot Corporation, BerylCo, and Beryllium Corporation of America.
(F) Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporation.
(G) StarMet Corporation, and its predecessor, Nuclear Metals, Incorporated.
(H) Wyman Gordan, Incorporated.
(I) Any other vendor, processor, or producer of beryllium or related products designated as a beryllium vendor for purposes of this title under Section 3622."
Covered Facility List
Jurisdiction Facility Name Location Facility Type AL Southern Research Institute Sylacauga AWE AL Speed Ring Experimental & Tool Company Culman BE AL Tennessee Valley Authority Muscle Shoals AWE AK Amchitka Island Nuclear Explosion Site Amchitka Island DOE AK Project Chariot Site Cape Thompson DOE CA Arthur D. Little Co. San Francisco AWE CA Atomics International Canoga Park BE CA Burris Park Field Station Kingsburg AWE CA Ceradyne, Inc. Santa Ana BE CA Dow Chemical Co. Walnut Creek AWE CA Electro Circuits, Inc. Pasadena AWE CA Energy Technology Engineering Center Santa Susana DOE CA General Atomics La Jolla AWE/BE/DOE CA General Electric Vallecitos Pleasanton AWE CA Hunter Douglas Aluminum Corp. Riverside AWE CA Laboratory for Energy-Related Health Research Davis DOE CA Laboratory of Biomedical and Environmental Sciences Los Angeles DOE CA Laboratory of Radiobiology and Environmental Health San Francisco DOE CA Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley DOE CA Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Livermore DOE CA Sandia Laboratory, Salton Sea Base Imperial County DOE CA Sandia National Laboratories--Livermore Livermore DOE CA Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Palo Alto DOE CA Stauffer Metals, Inc. Richmond AWE CA University of California Berkeley AWE/DOE CO Coors Porcelain Golden BE CO Project Rio Blanco Nuclear Explosion Site Rifle DOE CO Project Rulison Nuclear Explosion Site Grand Valley DOE CO Rocky Flats Plant Golden DOE CO Shattuck Chemical Denver AWE CO University of Denver Research Institute Denver AWE/BE CT American Chain and Cable Co. Bridgeport AWE CT Anaconda Co. Waterbury AWE CT Bridgeport Brass Co., Havens Lab Bridgeport AWE CT Combustion Engineering Windsor AWE/DOE CT Connecticut Aircraft Nuclear Engine Lab. (CANEL) Middletown BE/DOE CT Dorr Corp. Stamford AWE CT Fenn Machinery Co. Hartford AWE CT New England Lime Co. Canaan AWE CT Seymour Specialty Wire Seymour AWE/DOE CT Sperry Products, Inc. Danbury AWE CT Torrington Co. Torrington AWE DE Allied Chemical and Dye Corp. North Claymont AWE DC National Bureau of Standards, Van Ness Street Washington AWE DC Naval Research Laboratory Washington AWE/DOE FL American Beryllium Co. Sarasota BE FL Armour Fertilizer Works Bartow AWE FL C.F. Industries, Inc. Bartow AWE FL Gardinier, Inc. Tampa AWE FL International Minerals and Chemical Corp. Mulberry AWE FL Pinellas Plant Clearwater DOE FL University of Florida Gainesville AWE FL Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp Nichols AWE FL W.R. Grace Co., Agricultural Chemical Div. Ridgewood AWE ID Argonne National Laboratory--West Scoville DOE ID Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Scoville DOE IL Allied Chemical Corp. Metropolis AWE IL American Machine and Metals, Inc. E. Moline AWE IL Argonne National Laboratory--East Argonne DOE IL Armour Research Foundation Chicago AWE IL Blockson Chemical Co Joliet AWE IL C-B Tool Products Co. Chicago AWE IL Crane Co. Chicago AWE IL ERA Tool and Engineering Co. Chicago AWE IL Fansteel Metallurgical Corp. North Chicago BE IL Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Batavia DOE IL Granite City Steel Granite City AWE/DOE IL Great Lakes Carbon Corp. Chicago AWE IL GSA 39th Street Warehouse Chicago AWE IL International Register Chicago AWE IL Kaiser Aluminum Corp. Dalton AWE IL Lindsay Light and Chemical Co. W. Chicago AWE IL Madison Site (Speculite) Madison AWE/DOE IL Midwest Manufacturing Co. Galesbury AWE IL Museum of Science and Industry Chicago AWE IL National Guard Armory Chicago AWE/DOE IL Podbeliniac Corp. Chicago AWE IL Precision Extrusion Co. Bensenville AWE IL Quality Hardware and Machine Co. Chicago AWE IL R. Krasburg and Sons Manufacturing Co. Chicago AWE IL Sciaky Brothers, Inc. Chicago AWE IL Swenson Evaporator Co. Harvey AWE IL University of Chicago Chicago AWE/DOE IL W.E. Pratt Manufacturing Co. Joliet AWE IL Wycoff Drawn Steel Co. Chicago AWE IN American Bearing Corp. Indianapolis AWE IN Dana Heavy Water Plant Dana DOE IN General Electric Plant Shelbyville AWE IN Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Co. Ft. Wayne AWE IN Purdue University Van der Graaf Lab. Lafayett AWE IN Washrite Indianapolis AWE IA Ames Laboratory Ames DOE IA Iowa Ordnance Plant Burlington DOE IA Titus Metals Waterloo AWE KS Spencer Chemical Co., Jayhawks Works Pittsburg AWE KY Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant Paducah DOE MR* Eniwetok Test Site Marshall Islands DOE MD Armco-Rustless Iron & Steel Baltimore AWE MD W.R. Grace and Company Curtis Bay AWE/DOE MA American Potash & Chemical West Hanover AWE MA C.G. Sargent & Sons Graniteville AWE MA Chapman Valve Indian Orchard AWE/DOE MA Edgerton Germeshausen & Grier, Inc. Boston AWE MA Fenwal, Inc. Ashland AWE MA Franklin Institute Boston BE MA Heald Machine Co. Worcester AWE MA La Pointe Machine and Tool Co. Hudson AWE MA Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge AWE/BE MA Metals and Controls Corp. Attleboro AWE MA National Research Corp. Cambridge AWE MA Norton Co. Worcester AWE/BE MA Nuclear Metals, Inc. Concord AWE/BE MA Reed Rolled Thread Co. Worcester AWE MA Shpack Landfill Norton AWE/DOE MA Ventron Corporation Beverly AWE/DOE MA Winchester Engineering and Analytical Center Winchester DOE MA Woburn Landfill Woburn AWE MA Wyman Gordon Inc. Grayton, North Grafton BE MI AC Spark Plug Flint BE MI Baker-Perkins Co. Saginaw AWE MI Carboloy Co. Detroit AWE MI Extruded Metals Co. Grand Rapids AWE MI General Motors Adrian AWE/DOE MI Gerity-Michigan Corp. Adrian BE MI Mitts & Merrel Co. Saginaw AWE MI Oliver Corp. Battle Creek AWE MI Revere Copper and Brass Detroit AWE/BE MI Speed Ring Experimental & Tool Company Detroit BE MI Star Cutter Corp. Farmington AWE MI University of Michigan Ann Arbor AWE MI Wolverine Tube Division Detroit AWE MN Elk River Reactor Elk River DOE MS Salmon Nuclear Explosion Site Hattiesburg DOE MO Kansas City Plant Kansas City DOE MO Latty Avenue Properties Hazelwood AWE/DOE MO Mallinckrodt Chemical Co., Destrehan St. Plant St. Louis AWE/DOE MO Medart Co. St. Louis AWE MO Roger Iron Co. Joplin AWE MO Spencer Chemical Co. Kansas City AWE MO St. Louis Airport Site St. Louis AWE/DOE MO Tyson Valley Powder Farm St. Louis AWE MO United Nuclear Corp. Hematite AWE MO Weldon Spring Plant Weldon Spring DOE NE Hallam Sodium Graphite Reactor Hallam DOE NV Nevada Test Site Mercury DOE NV Project Faultless Nuclear Explosion Site Central Nevada Test SiteDOE NV Project Shoal Nuclear Explosion Site Fallon DOE NV Yucca Mountain Site Characterization Project Yucca Mountain DOE NJ Aluminum Co. of America (Alcoa) Garwood AWE NJ American Peddinghaus Corp. Moonachle AWE NJ Baker and Williams Co. Newark AWE NJ Bell Telephone Laboratories Murray Hill AWE NJ Bloomfield Tool Co. Bloomfield AWE NJ Bowen Lab. North Branch AWE NJ Callite Tungsten Co. Union City AWE NJ Chemical Construction Co. Linden AWE NJ Du Pont Deepwater Works Deepwater AWE/DOE NJ International Nickel Co., Bayonne Laboratories Bayonne AWE NJ J.T. Baker Chemical Co. Phillipsburg AWE NJ Kellex/Pierpont Jersey City AWE/DOE NJ Maywood Chemical Works Maywood AWE/DOE NJ Middlesex Municipal Landfill Middlesex AWE/DOE NJ Middlesex Sampling Plant Middlesex DOE NJ National Beryllia Haskell BE NJ New Brunswick Laboratory New Brunswick DOE NJ Picatinny Arsenal Dover AWE NJ Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Princeton DOE NJ Rare Earths/ W.R. Grace Wayne AWE/DOE NJ Standard Oil Development Co. of NJ Linden AWE NJ Tube Reducing Co. Wallington AWE NJ U.S. Pipe and Foundry Burlington BE NJ United Lead Co. Middlesex AWE NJ Vitro Corp. of America West Orange AWE NJ Westinghouse Electric Corp. Bloomfield AWE NJ Wykoff Steel Co. Newark AWE NM Chupadera Mesa Chupadera Mesa DOE NM Los Alamos Medical Center Los Alamos DOE NM Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos DOE NM Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute Albuquerque DOE NM Project Gasbuggy Nuclear Explosion Site Farmington DOE NM Project Gnome Nuclear Explosion Site Carlsbad DOE NM Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque DOE NM South Albuquerque Works Albuquerque DOE NM Trinity Nuclear Explosion Site White Sands Missile RangeDOE NM Waste Isolation Pilot Plant Carlsbad DOE NY Allegheny-Ludlum Steel Watervliet AWE NY American Machine and Foundry Brooklyn AWE NY Ashland Oil Tonawanda AWE/DOE NY Baker and Williams Warehouses New York AWE/DOE NY Bethlehem Steel Lackawana AWE NY Bliss & Laughlin Steel Buffalo AWE/DOE NY Brookhaven National Laboratory Upton DOE NY Burns & Roe, Inc. Maspeth BE NY Colonie Site (National Lead) Colonie AWE/DOE NY Columbia University New York City AWE/DOE NY Electro Metallurgical Niagara Falls AWE NY General Astrometals Yonkers BE NY Hooker Electrochemical Niagara Falls AWE NY International Rare Metals Refinery, Inc. Mt. Kisko AWE NY Ithaca Gun Co. Ithaca AWE NY Lake Ontario Ordnance Works Niagara Falls DOE NY Ledoux and Co. New York AWE NY Linde Air Products Buffalo AWE NY Linde Ceramics Plant Tonawanda AWE/DOE NY New York University New York AWE NY Peek Street Facility** Schenectady DOE NY Radium Chemical Co. New York AWE NY Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy AWE NY Sacandaga Facility** Glenville DOE NY Seaway Industrial Park Tonawanda AWE/DOE NY Seneca Army Depot Romulus AWE NY Separations Process Research Unit (at Knolls Lab.)** Schenectady DOE NY Simonds Saw and Steel Co. Lockport AWE NY Staten Island Warehouse New York AWE NY Sylvania Corning Nuclear Corp. Hicksville AWE/DOE NY Sylvania Products Corp. Bayside AWE/BE NY Titanium Alloys Manufacturing Niagara Falls AWE NY Trudeau Foundation Saranac Lake BE NY University of Rochester Medical Laboratory Rochester AWE/DOE NY Utica St. Warehouse Buffalo AWE NY West Valley Demonstration Project West Valley DOE NC Beryllium Metals and Chemical Corp. Bessemer City BE NC University of North Carolina Chapel Hill BE OH Air Force Plant 36 Evandale AWE OH Ajax Magnathermic Corp. Youngstown AWE OH Alba Craft Oxford AWE/DOE OH Associated Aircraft Tool and Manufacturing Co. Fairfield AWE/DOE OH B & T Metals Columbus AWE/DOE OH Baker Brothers Toledo AWE/DEL OH Battelle Columbus Laboratories Columbus AWE OH Battelle Memorial Institute Columbus AWE/BE/DOE OH Beryllium Production Plant (Brush) Luckey BE/DOE OH Brush Beryllium Co. Elmore AWE/BE OH Brush Beryllium Co. Cleveland AWE/BE OH Brush Beryllium Co. Loraine AWE/BE OH Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. Cincinnati AWE OH Clifton Products Co. Clifton BE OH Clifton Products Co. Painesville BE OH Copperweld Steel Warren AWE OH Du Pont-Grasselli Research Laboratory Cleveland AWE OH Extrusion Plant Ashtabula DOE OH Feed Materials Production Center Fernald DOE OH General Electric Company Cincinnati/Evendale AWE/BE/DOE OH Gruen Watch Norwood AWE OH Harshaw Chemical Co. Cleveland AWE OH Herring-Hall Marvin Safe Co. Hamilton AWE/DOE OH Horizons, Inc. Cleveland AWE OH Kettering Laboratory, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati BE OH Magnus Brass Co. Cincinnati AWE OH McKinney Tool and Manufacturing Co. Cleveland AWE OH Mitchell Steel Co. Cincinnati AWE OH Monsanto Chemical Co. Dayton AWE OH Mound Plant Miamisburg DOE OH Painesville Site (Diamond Magnesium Co.) Painesville AWE/DOE OH Piqua Organic Moderated Reactor Piqua DOE OH Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant Piketon DOE OH R. W. Leblond Machine Tool Co. Cincinnati AWE OH Tech-Art, Inc. Milford AWE OH Tocco Induction Heating Div. Cleveland AWE OH Vulcan Tool Co. Dayton AWE OK Kerr-McGee Guthrie AWE OR Albany Research Center Albany AWE/DOE OR Wah Chang Albany AWE PA Aeroprojects, Inc. West Chester AWE PA Aliquippa Forge Aliquippa AWE/DOE PA Aluminum Co. of America (Alcoa) New Kensington AWE PA Babcock & Wilcox Parks Township AWE PA Beryllium Corp. of America Hazleton BE PA Beryllium Corp. of America Reading BE PA Birdsboro Steel & Foundry Birdsboro AWE PA C.H. Schnoor Springdale AWE/DOE PA Carnegie Mellon Cyclotron Facility Saxonburg AWE PA Carpenter Steel Co. Reading AWE PA Chambersburg Engineering Co. Chambersburg AWE PA Foote Mineral Co. East Whiteland Twp. AWE PA Frankford Arsenal Philadelphia AWE PA Heppenstall Co. Pittsburgh AWE PA Jessop Steel Co. Washington AWE PA Koppers Co., Inc. Pittsburgh AWE PA Landis Machine Tool Co. Waynesboro AWE PA McDaniel Refractory Co. Beaver Falls BE PA Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. Apollo AWE/BE PA Penn Salt Co. Philadelphia AWE PA Philadelphia Naval Yard Philadelphia AWE PA Shippingport Atomic Power Plant Shippingport DOE PA Superior Steel Co. Carnegie AWE PA U.S. Steel Co., National Tube Division McKeesport AWE PA Vitro Manufacturing Cannonsburg AWE/BE PA Westinghouse Atomic Power Development Plant East Pittsburgh AWE PR BONUS Reactor Plant Punta Higuera DOE PR Puerto Rico Nuclear Center Mayaguez DOE RI C.I. Hayes, Inc. Cranston AWE SC Savannah River Site Aiken DOE TN Clarksville Facility Clarksville DOE TN Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant (K-25) Oak Ridge DOE TN Oak Ridge Hospital Oak Ridge DOE TN Oak Ridge Institute for Science Education Oak Ridge DOE TN Oak Ridge National Laboratory (X-10) Oak Ridge DOE TN Vitro Corp. of America Chattanooga AWE/BE TN W. R. Grace Erwin AWE TN Y-12 Plant Oak Ridge DOE TX AMCOT Forth Worth AWE TX Mathieson Chemcial Co Pasadena AWE TX Medina Facility San Antonio DOE TX Pantex Plant Amarillo DOE TX Sutton, Steele and Steele Co. Dallas AWE TX Texas City Chemicals, Inc. Texas City AWE VA Babcock & Wilcox Co. Lynchburg AWE VA Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility Newport News DOE VA University of Virginia Charlottesville AWE WA Hanford Richland DOE WA Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Richland DOE WV Huntington Pilot Plant Huntington AWE/DOE WI Allis-Chalmers Co. West Allis, Milwaukee AWE WI Besley-Wells South Beloit AWE WI LaCrosse Boiling Water Reactor LaCrosse DOE WI Ladish Co. Cudahy BE * Marshall Islands ** Consistent with the Act, coverage is limited to activities not performed under the responsibility of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion program.
Issued in Washington, D.C. January 10, 2001
David M. Michaels, PhD, MPH
Environment, Safety and Health