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Our fact sheets provide quick answers to commonly asked questions on the NIOSH Dose Reconstruction Program.
The “Dose Reconstruction Frequently Asked Questions” brochure contains a collection of terms commonly used in reference to NIOSH dose reconstructions and EEOICPA.
The “Detailed Steps in the Dose Reconstruction Process” brochure provides a brief description of each of the 16 key steps identified by NIOSH that a claim goes through once it is filed with the Department of Labor under Part B of The Act.
This quick reference card provides a brief overview of the process a claim goes through once it is filed with the Department of Labor under Part B of EEOICPA. We have identified 16 key steps in this process.
We developed a 15 minute video to educate energy workers, their survivors, and authorized representatives about dose reconstruction and the overall dose reconstruction program. It provides answers to the most frequently asked questions that we receive from claimants, as well as general information about the claims process.
The video is intended to provide a basic understanding of this complex, scientific program to those who have a claim undergoing dose reconstruction. After watching the video, we hope the audience has a better understanding of dose reconstruction and the dose reconstruction process, and recognizes that the NIOSH dose reconstruction program is grounded in sound, scientific methods that give the benefit of the doubt to the worker whenever possible.
The glossary contains a collection of terms commonly used in reference to the NIOSH dose reconstruction program and The Act.
The July 2008 edition of the Health Physics: The Radiation Safety Journal is devoted to an in-depth examination of the science behind the NIOSH Radiation Dose Reconstruction Program. The Journal features 15 papers which highlight different aspects of the program.
Please contact us if you would like a copy of one of our publications or products. Please note that hard copies of the NIOSH Dose Reconstruction Program video are available in the following formats: DVD (can be played on DVD players and some computers), CD-ROM (computer), and VHS. If you are interested in receiving a copy of the video, please send your name, mailing address, number of copies, and video format(s) you would like.
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