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Radiation Dose Reconstruction

 

Special Exposure Cohort (SEC) Rule and
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SEC Rule

Note: Public comments received on the SEC Rule can be found on the Public Docket for 42 CFR 83 (Special Exposure Cohort) page of our Web site.

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SEC Procedures

  • Internal Procedures for the Evaluation of Special Exposure Cohort Petitions
    this document in PDF PDF 229 KB (48 pages)

    Document Number: DCAS-PR-004 Rev. 1

    About this Document: The purpose of these internal procedures is to provide general guidance for DCAS staff and its technical support contractors concerning procedures to evaluate SEC petitions. These internal procedures supplement the procedures described under 42 CFR Part 83, related procedures and guidelines for dose reconstruction described under 42 CFR Part 82, and related dose reconstruction implementation guidelines. These recommended internal procedures do not create any substantive rights on the behalf of petitioners.

    Revised: April 15, 2011

    Revision Includes: Revision to incorporate changes resulting from amendments to 42 C.F.R. Part 83 and other updates

    Note: Comments regarding these internal procedures will be accepted at any time. All comments should be sent to NIOSH:

    Department of Health and Human Services
    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
    Robert A. Taft Laboratories
    MS-C34
    1090 Tusculum Avenue
    Cincinnati, OH 45226

    Fax: (513) 533-8230

    email: NIOCINDOCKET@CDC.GOV

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Other Miscellaneous Items

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Previous Versions of SEC Documents

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Page last updated: June 23, 2011
Page last reviewed: August 10, 2013
Content Source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Division of Compensation Analysis and Support