Allied Chemical and Dye Corp.
(Site Profile/Docket Number 092)
Location: North Claymont, Delaware
Also Known As: General Chemical Div., Allied Chemical and Dye Corp.; Allied Chemical Corp.; Union Texas Petroleum Div.
The Special Exposure Cohort (SEC) is a unique category of employees established by the Act (42 CFR Part 83). Claims compensated under the SEC do not have to go through the dose reconstruction process. To qualify for compensation under the SEC, a covered employee must meet specific requirements (e.g., must have at least one of 22 “specified cancers,” and have worked for a specified time period at one of the SEC sites). Classes of employees and work sites can be considered for addition to the SEC through a NIOSH petition process. More information about the Special Exposure Cohort can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Open/Active SEC Petitions
To date, there are no open/active SEC petitions from Allied Chemical and Dye Corp.
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.
Worker Outreach Activities for Allied Chemical and Dye Corp.:
No worker outreach activities have been reported at this time.
If the energy employee’s personal radiation information is incomplete, NIOSH will use other sources to estimate the radiation dose. This may involve using technical documents called Site Profiles, Technical Basis Documents, and Technical Information Bulletins.
No technical documents for Allied Chemical and Dye Corp. have been received at this time.
The Allied Chemical and Dye Corp. 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 have been cleared for distribution.
SC&A Memo: Comments on SC&A’s “Method B” Blind Dose Reconstruction of Exposure to Radon for a Worker at Allied Chemical and Dye Corporation in North Claymont, Delaware pdf icon[173 KB (6 pages)]
May 12, 2015
SC&A Draft: Comparison of SC&A’s Blind Dose Reconstruction to NIOSH’s Dose Reconstruction of Case pdf icon[REDACTED] from the Allied Chemical and Dye Corporation, North Claymont, Delaware [507 KB (20 pages)]
Contract No. 211-2014-58081
SCA-TR-DRC2014-CN[REDACTED], Rev. 0
December 19, 2014
SC&A Draft: Blind Dose Reconstruction of Case #pdf icon[REDACTED] from the Allied Chemical Plant [505 KB (30 pages)]
Contract No. 200-2009-28555
SCA-TR-BDR2014-CN[REDACTED], Rev. 0
February 21, 2014
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.
No PEPs or PERs have been received for Allied Chemical and Dye Corp. at this time.
How to Submit Comments
Comments on Allied Chemical and Dye Corp. documents can be submitted to the NIOSH Docket Officer electronically by email at email@example.com 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 (092) on all comments.
No comments on Allied Chemical and Dye Corp. documents have been received at this time.