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Technical Information Bulletins (TIBs)

  • Default Assumptions and Methods for Atomic Weapons Employer Dose Reconstructions [638 KB (70 pages)]

    Document Number: Battelle-TIB-5000 Rev-00

    About this Document: Establishes the assumptions and methods to be used for dose reconstructions from certain AWE sites.

    Approved: April 2, 2007
  • Dose Reconstruction During Residual Radioactivity Periods at Atomic Weapons Employer Facilities [520 KB (24 pages)]

    Document Number: ORAUT-OTIB-0070 Rev-01

    About this Document: Establishes a process for estimating dose to workers at AWE Facilities during residual radioactivity periods.

    Revised: March 5, 2012

    Revision Includes: Revises the source term depletion rate from 0.01 day-1 to 0.00067 day-1, removes NUREG-1400 source term approach, and deletes Attachment B. References updated. Incorporates formal internal and NIOSH review comments. Constitutes a total rewrite of the document.

  • Estimating the Maximum Plausible Dose to Workers at Atomic Weapons Employer Facilities-CANCELED

    Document Number: ORAUT-OTIB-0004 Rev-03 PC-2

    Note: This document is no longer needed for dose reconstructions. Information in this document has been superseded by other approved methodologies.

Program Evaluation Reports (PERs) and Program Evaluation Plans (PEPs)

NIOSH is committed to applying the best available science in dose reconstructions. In keeping with this commitment, completed cases with probabilities of causation less than 50% are reviewed as relevant new information becomes available. The results of these reviews are described in a Program Evaluation Report (PER). The PER details the effect, if any, of the new information on the completed dose reconstruction. If it appears that the new information may result in an increase in dose for a completed dose reconstruction with a probability of causation of less than 50%, NIOSH is committed to working with the Department of Labor to reopen and rework the dose reconstruction, as appropriate. A Program Evaluation Plan (PEP) describes plans for evaluating specific program details or issues.

  • PER 70: Nuclear Metals Inc. Program Evaluation Report, Rev. 0 [72 KB (2 pages)]
    April 5, 2016

    Document Number: DCAS-PER-070

    About this Document: Determines the effect of issuing DCAS-TKBS-0010, (Nuclear Metals Inc.) on previously completed claims.

    Summary: A new dose estimate was performed for 18 effected claims using the TBD, as well as all other applicable approved dose reconstruction methods. The resulting probability of causation (POC) was below 45% for 16 claims. The two remaining claims resulted in a POC between 45% and 50%. For those claims, IREP was run 30 times at 10,000 iterations per NIOSH procedures. The resulting POC remained below 50% for both claims. NIOSH will provide the Department of Labor with the list of all claims evaluated under this PER. Since none would now result in a POC greater than 50%, NOSH will not request the return of any of the claims.

  • PER 69: Jessop Steel Company Program Evaluation Report, Rev. 0 [66 KB (2 pages)]
    April 5, 2016

    Document Number: DCAS-PER-069

    About this Document: Determines the effect of the revision to Appendix BL of Battelle-TBD-6000 (Jessop) on previously completed claims.

    Summary: A new dose estimate was performed for each of the 8 effected claims using revision 1 of the Appendix, as well as all other applicable approved dose reconstruction methods. The resulting probability of causation (POC) was below 45% for all 8 claims. NIOSH will provide the Department of Labor with the list of all claims evaluated under this PER. Since none would now result in a POC greater than 50%, NOSH will not request the return of any of the claims.

  • PER 68: Electro Metallurgical Company Program Evaluation Report, Rev. 0 [46 KB (2 pages)]
    April 5, 2016

    Document Number: DCAS-PER-068

    About this Document: Determines the effect of the revision to DCAS-TKBS-0007, (Electro Metallurgical Company) on previously completed claims.

    Summary: The resulting probability of causation (POC) was below 45% for 19 claims. The 20 remaining claims resulted in a POC greater than 52%. NIOSH will provide the Department of Labor with the list of all claims evaluated under this PER and request the return of those that would result in a POC greater than 50%.

  • PER 67: Allegheny Ludlum Appendix Q Revision [58 KB (2 pages)]

    Document Number: DCAS-PER-067, Rev. 0

    About this Document: Determines the effect of the revision to Appendix Q of BattelleTBD-6000 (Allegheny Ludlum Steel Company) on previously completed claims.

    Approved: March 11, 2016

    Summary: Two claims had a probability of causation greater than 52%. NIOSH will provide the Department of Labor with the list of all claims evaluated under this PER. Further, NIOSH will request the return of the 2 claims that would now result in a probability of causation greater than 50%.

  • PER 65: Anaconda Company Program Evaluation Report [30 KB (2 pages)]

    Document Number: DCAS-PER-065, Rev. 0

    About this Document: Determines the effect of the revision to Appendix G (Anaconda) of Battelle-TBD-6000 on previously completed claims.

    Approved: November 30, 2015

    Summary: The probability of causation (POC) remained below 45% for the effected claims. NIOSH will provide the Department of Labor with the list of all claims evaluated under this PER. Since none would now result in a POC greater than 50%, NOSH will not request the return of any of the claims.

  • PER 63: Aluminum Company of America – Pennsylvania (ALCOA-PN) Appendix R of TBD-6000 Revision [214 KB (2 pages)]

    Document Number: OCAS-PER-0063 Rev-00

    About this Document: Determines the effect of the revision to Appendix R of TBD-6000 (ALCOA-PN) on previously completed claims

    Approved: June 15, 2015

    Summary: Seven claims resulted in a POC greater than 50%. NIOSH will provide the Department of Labor with the list of all claims evaluated under this PER and request the return of the seven claims.

  • PER 55: TBD-6000 Revision [87 KB (3 pages)]

    Document Number: OCAS-PER-0055 Rev-00

    About this Document: Determines the effect on previously completed claims due to issuing revision 1 of Battelle-TBD-6000.

    Approved: September 12, 2014

    Summary: One case resulted in a new POC greater than 50%. NIOSH will provide the Department of Labor with the list of all the claims evaluated under this PER. Further, NIOSH will request the return of the case that would now result in a probability of causation greater than 50%.

  • PER 24 : General Steel Industries TBD Approval [14 KB (1 page)]

    Document Number: OCAS-PER-0024 Rev-00

    About this Document: New document to determine which previously completed claims require evaluation for the effect of approving a GSI TBD.

    Approved: September 25, 2007

    Summary: There were 4 General Steel Industries claims completed with a probability of causation below 50% prior to the approval of the TBD. These were completed using ORAUT-OTIB-0004. Since the new document describes a higher dose for some of the dose estimate, it is necessary to revise these dose estimates to determine the effect. NIOSH is requesting that these claims be returned for a new dose estimate. A new dose reconstruction will be completed for each of the claims using the latest revision to the General Steel Industries TBD.

Worker Outreach Activities

Based on a recommendation from the Advisory Board to provide workers and site experts with opportunities to participate in developing the technical documents used in dose reconstruction, NIOSH established a Worker Outreach Program.

At Worker Outreach Meetings, current and former DOE and AWE employees have opportunities to obtain information about Site Profiles, Technical Basis Documents, and Technical Information Bulletins, and to provide information for consideration and possible use in dose reconstruction. This process is valuable to ensure that the technical documents used in dose reconstruction contain correct and useful information.

Below are the Worker Outreach Activities for AWE Site Wide Documents:

Advisory Board Work Group on TBD 6000

This Work Group is responsible for the review of the specified TBDs and the Appendices that apply to specific work sites. The Work Group will also review reports developed by the Board's contractor (SC&A) pertaining to these TBDs and the Appendices. They will assist NIOSH and SC&A in resolving issues that arise through the review process. The Work Group will make recommendations to the Board in cases where Appendices involve sites with SEC petitions.

Sites currently being considered by the Work Group include: General Steel Industries (GSI) and Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Co.

Meeting information (including agendas and transcripts) for this Work Group can be found on either the individual site pages or the Advisory Board and Public Meetings page.

Note: Baker Brothers, Bliss & Laughlin Steel,Simonds Saw and Steel Company sites were previously discussed by the TBD 6000 Work Group, but are not currently under discussion.

Work Group Members:

  • Paul L. Ziemer, Ph.D. (Chair)
  • Josie Beach
  • Wanda I. Munn
  • John W. Poston, Sr.

Meeting Information

Advisory Board Work Group on Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs)--formerly TBD 6001 Work Group

This Work Group reviews technical documents and Special Exposure Cohort (SEC) petitions for uranium refining AWEs assigned to it by the Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health. The Work Group makes recommendations to the Board on SEC petitions, reviews reports developed by the Board's contractor (SC&A), and assists NIOSH and SC&A in resolving issues that arise through the review process.

Sites currently being considered by the Work Group include: General Atomics, Hooker Electrochemical, and Westinghouse Electric Corp. (New Jersey).

Meeting information (including agendas and transcripts) for this Work Group can be found on either the individual work site pages or on the Advisory Board and Public Meetings page.

Note: Baker-Perkins Co., Du Pont Deepwater Works, Electro Metallurgical Company, Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. (NUMEC) - Apollo, Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. (NUMEC) - Parks Township, United Nuclear Corp., and W.R. Grace (Erwin, TN) were previously discussed by this Work Group, but are not currently under discussion.

Work Group Members:

  • Henry A. Anderson, M.D. (Chair)
  • R. William Field, Ph.D., M.S.
  • David Kotelchuck, Ph.D, M.P.H.

Meeting Information:

  • July 19, 2016 Meeting of the Advisory Board's Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs) Work Group

    Time/Location:

    9:00 a.m. (Eastern Time)
    Meeting Type: Face-to-Face; Public, No Comment Period

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    Phone: 859-586-0166
    Toll-Free: 1-877-222-7570
    Fax: 859-586-0266

    Teleconference: +1-866-659-0537
    Participant Code: 9933701

    Discussion/Background Papers:

  • August 3, 2015 Teleconference Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs)

    Time/Location:

    10:00 a.m. (Eastern Time)

    Meeting Type: Teleconference; Public, No Comment Period

    Teleconference: +1-866-659-0537
    Participant Code: 9933701

    Available Meeting Items:

    Discussion/Background Papers:

  • January 22, 2015 Teleconference Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs)

    Time/Location:

    12:00 p.m. Eastern Time
    Meeting Type: Teleconference; Public, No Comment Period

    Teleconference: +1-866-659-0537
    Participant Code: 9933701

    Available Meeting Items:

    Discussion Paper:

    Please Note: As part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board’s Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These pre-decisional documents, such as white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. Although discussion during a public meeting may cover pre-decisional documents, these documents often are not further revised or finalized, and thus do not reflect the final determination or evaluation of the Advisory Board and its Work Groups. Additionally, some pre-decisional documents not otherwise posted on the website may contain sensitive information, which would require an interested party to obtain such documents by filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request the CDC/ATSDR FOIA office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

    Work Group Members

  • September 27, 2013
    Teleconference Meeting of the Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs) Work Group

    11:00 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Discussion Papers:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

  • September 7, 2012--CHANGED TO A TELECONFERENCE
    Teleconference Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs)

    9:00 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Discussion Paper:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

  • February 14, 2012
    Teleconference Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs)

    2:00 p.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

  • November 21, 2011
    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs)

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    8:30 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Discussion Papers:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

  • August 16, 2011
    Note: This meeting was changed from a regular meeting to a Teleconference meeting.

    Teleconference Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on Uranium Refining Atomic Weapons Employers (AWEs) Work Group

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    9:00 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

  • May 16, 2011
    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on TBD 6001

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    9:00 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    An agenda will be provided at a later date.

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.
  • March 15, 2011--POSTPONED
    Note: The meeting is being postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.

    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on TBD 6001

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    9:00 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    An agenda will be provided at a later date.

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.
  • November 4, 2010
    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on TBD 6001

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    9:00 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

  • July 7, 2010
    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on TBD 6001

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    9:30 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

Advisory Board and NIOSH Comments and Discussion Papers on AWE Site Wide Documents

The AWE Site Wide discussion papers listed below are working documents prepared by NIOSH or its contractor for use in discussions with the Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health or its Working Groups or Subcommittees. Draft, preliminary, interim, and white paper documents are not final NIOSH or Advisory Board (or their technical support and review contractors) positions unless specifically marked as such. These documents represent preliminary positions taken on technical issues prepared by NIOSH or its contractor.

The discussion papers have been reviewed to identify and redact any information that is protected by the Privacy Act 5 USC §552a and has been cleared for distribution.

 

Baker Brothers


Baker-Perkins Co.


Dow Chemical Corporation


Du Pont Deepwater Works


General Steel Industries (GSI)


Hooker Electrochemical


Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Co.


Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. (NUMEC) - Apollo


Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. (NUMEC) - Parks Township


Simonds Saw and Steel Co.


Technical Basis Document (TBD) 6000


Technical Basis Document (TBD) 6001


United Nuclear Corp.


Westinghouse Electric Corp.


W.R. Grace (Erwin, TN)

Public Comments on AWE Site Wide Documents

How to Submit Comments
Comments on AWE Site Wide documents can be submitted to the NIOSH Docket Officer electronically by e-mail at nioshdocket@cdc.gov or printed comments can be mailed to NIOSH Docket Office, Robert A. Taft Laboratories, MS-C34, 1090 Tusculum Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45226. Please include the Site Profile/Docket Number (020) on all comments.

Comments Received

Document Archive for AWE Site Wide Documents

Advisory Board Work Group on TBD 6000/6001, Appendix BB

This Work Group no longer exists. In March 2010, this Work Group was divided into two separate Work Groups--Advisory Board Work Group on TBD 6000 and Advisory Board Work Group on TBD 6001.

This Work Group is responsible for the review of the specified TBDs as well as the Appendices that apply to specific work sites. They will also review any reports developed by the Board's contractor (SC&A) pertaining to these TBDs and the Appendices, and will assist NIOSH and SC&A in resolving issues that arise through the review process. The initial focus of the Work Group will be on Appendix BB of TBD 6000, dealing with General Steel Industries. The Work Group will make recommendations to the Board in cases where Appendices involve sites with SEC petitions.

Work Group Members

  • Paul L. Ziemer, Ph.D.-Chair
  • Josie Beach
  • John W. Poston, Sr.
  • Wanda I. Munn--Alternate

Meeting Information

  • December 16, 2009
    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on TBD 6000/6001, Appendix BB

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    9:30 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

  • October 14, 2009
    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on TBD 6000/6001, Appendix BB

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    9:30 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

  • March 11, 2009
    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on TBD 6000/6001, Appendix BB

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    10:00 a.m. (Eastern Time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

    Please note that as part of the procedures and processes of the Advisory Board's Work Groups, several kinds of pre-decisional documents may be developed. These documents, which can include white papers, matrices, working drafts, etc., are distributed among the Work Group members as research and background tools to facilitate discussion and deliberation. The discussions during the above meeting may cover a pre-decisional document. Because these types of documents are pre-decisional in nature, may contain sensitive information, and may change over time, they are not posted on our website. These finalized, reviewed and redacted pre-decisional documents are also available to other interested parties through an appropriate Freedom of Information Act request. Requests for documents not in the public domain should be submitted to the CDC/ATSDR Freedom of Information Act Office at foiarequests@cdc.gov.

  • November 10, 2008
    Meeting of the Advisory Board's Work Group on TBD 6000/6001, Appendix BB

    Cincinnati Airport Marriott
    2395 Progress Dr.
    Hebron, KY 41048
    (859) 586-0166

    9:30 a.m. (Eastern time)

    This meeting is open to the public, but without a public comment period. Teleconference call access is available for this meeting and it is limited only by the number of ports available. To access the meeting via the teleconference call access, you must dial 1-866-659-0537. To be automatically connected to the meeting, you will need to enter the following participant code: 9933701.

    Available Meeting Items:

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