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Remediation workers' exposure assessment feasibility study at the Department of Energy's Mound Site, phase 1.
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Contract 200-92-2559, 1997 Oct; :1-218
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), subsequent to the implementation of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Departments of Energy (DOE) and Health and Human Services, conducts a program of independent occupational and environmental research studies with funding from DOE. This document on the DOE Mound site represents the second background site document prepared for the development of the NIOSH project entitled: Exposure Assessment of Hazardous Waste (HW), Decontamination (De), Dismantlement (Di), and Clean Up Workers (CW). The purpose of this document is to assemble informtion relevant to Remediation Workers performing HW, De, Di, and SW task activities at the DOE Mound site addressing four primary objectives. The objectives are: identification of Remediation Workers performing HW, De, Di, and CW task activities anticipated or in progress from the recent past through the next five to 10 years; demographic definition of the workforce performing these activities; identification of the technologies in use or proposed to be used (including considerations regarding health and safety impact upon the workforce); and assembly of summary information for potential chemical, mixed, and radiological contaminant exposure that may be encountered during these processes.
Mound-Laboratory; Occupational-exposure; Hazardous-materials; Radioactive-wastes; Work-environments; Feasibility-studies; Personnel-monitoring; Health-hazards; Occupational-safety-and-health; Remediation; Waste-disposal; Decontamination; Decommissioning; Waste-management; Radioactive-contamination; Risk-assessment; Mixed-wastes
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