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Technical summary report for the historical public exposures studies for Rocky Flats phase II

Technical summary report for the historical public exposures studies for Rocky Flats phase II

part of task 6, technical support for public involvement

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Published by Radiological Assessments Corporation in Neeses, S.C .
Written in English

  • Colorado.
    • Subjects:
    • Rocky Flats Plant (U.S.),
    • Health risk assessment.,
    • Radioactive pollution -- Colorado.,
    • Nuclear facilities -- Environmental aspects -- Colorado.,
    • Nuclear weapons plants -- Health aspects -- Colorado.,
    • Hazardous waste site remediation -- Colorado.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesFinal report, Project task 6, Historical public exposures studies on Rocky Flats, phase II technical summary
      Statementauthors, Helen A. Grogan, [et al.] ; principal investigator, John E. Till.
      SeriesHealth studies on Rocky Flats.
      ContributionsGrogan, Helen A., Till, John E., Colorado. Division of Disease Control and Environmental Epidemiology., Radiological Assessments Corporation.
      LC ClassificationsRA569 .T43 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination57 p. :
      Number of Pages57
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6834604M
      LC Control Number00329975

      The case goes back to , when the United States Department of Energy completed the cleanup of Rocky Flats, a former nuclear weapons production facility, $30 billion under budget and 60 years ahead of schedule. In , the U.S. government created a Program to clean up dangerous toxic waste sites, and Rocky Flats was at the top of the list. SUBJECT: Report on the Radiation Protection Review at the Rocky Flats Plant. 1. Purpose: This memorandum documents the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (DNFSB) technical staff and outside expert trip to the Rocky Flats Plant to review the Radiation Protection Program. The review was based on a visit to Rocky Flats on August.

      Tritium Exposure post –cont. Dose Assessment for and • It was assumed each worker had potential for exposure throughout the year • The th. percentile was used because only one-tenth of the population was sampled The co-worker study for period yielded doses of 0 mrem for everyone. now occupied by the Rocky Flats site and the data from the Actinide Migration Evaluation studies. Additional areas where research could enhance this work are described in this report. A sound technical foundation and credible scientific methodology are the most important elements in setting soil action levels for Rocky Flats site.

      PB EPA//R/ January EPA Superfund Record of Decision: Rocky Flats Plant (USDOE), OU 1 Golden, CO 2/27/ Inspection - Status of the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge Report No. C-IS-FWS On J , we transmitted the subject report to you and requested a written response. In our report, we stated that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the.

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Technical summary report for the historical public exposures studies for Rocky Flats phase II Download PDF EPUB FB2

Historical Public Exposures Studies Update, Volume 9, No. 1 (Winter ). Citizen summaries: Concise information on major Rocky Flats release events, routine releases and environmental monitoring.

area. Historical Public Exposures Studies on Rocky Flats Phase II Technical Summary 3 Radiological Assessments Corporation “Setting the standard in environmental health” Plant History and Description Construction of the RFP began inand the first nuclear weapons components produced at the plant were shipped offsite in Despite intense activist opposition of the study and Rocky Flats in general, the Historical Public Exposures Studies were completed with far-reaching public acceptance of the results.

Due to the extensive outreach campaign, we were able to: More than double public meeting attendance for quarterly meetings. Phase II of the Historical Public Exposures Study on the Rocky Flats Site. This work was supported by the CDPHE and overseen by a Panel of technical and non-technical individuals representing scientists and community members.

RAC (Radiological Assessments Corporation) Technical Summary Report for the Historical Public Exposures Studies for Rocky Flats Phase II. RAC Report No.

CDPHE-RFPFINAL. RAC, Till Rd., Neeses, SC The Rocky Flats Plant was located south of Boulder, Colorado and northwest of ally under management of the Dow Chemical Company, management was transferred to Rockwell in 13 Initially having an area of 4 sq mi (10 km 2), the site was expanded with a 4, acres (19 km 2) buffer zone in 12 Construction of the first.

the technical reports. For more information on the Rocky Flats Historical Public Exposures Studies call Study Overview Research concerning carbon tetrachloride and beryllium released from Rocky Flats was part of a comprehensive study of all major contaminant releases from the plant.

The Rocky Flats Historical Public. Technical summary report of the historical public exposures studies for Rocky Flats Phase II. Health studies on Rocky Flats: Phase II: Historical public exposures.

Denver, CO: Colorado Department. History s. Following World War II, the United States increased production of nuclear AEC chose the Dow Chemical Company to manage the production facility.

A 4-square-mile (10 km 2) site about 15 miles (25 km) northwest of Denver on a windy plateau called Rocky Flats was chosen for the Jground was broken on the first. The Rocky Flats Closure Legacy report, produced by the Office of Environmental Management and previously available on their website, is provided here as a historic reference resource only.

The Rocky Flats Closure Legacy Report was created to capture and preserve groundbreaking analyses, strategies and decisions carried out at Rocky Flats in support of the accelerated.

Dr. Kristen Iversen's “Full Body Burden-Growing Up in the Shadow of Rocky Flats”, shows what it was like to live near a nuclear weapons facility; not an electrical power plant but a reckless, careless, unsafe, hazardous nuclear weapons plant within 16 miles of Denver that m plutonium pits for nuclear tests for 37 years during the.

The objectives of the present study are to (1) investigate the history of chemical use at the Rocky Flats facility; (2) locate and analyze chemical monitoring information in order to assess employee exposure to the chemicals that were used in the highest volume; and (3) determine the feasibility of establishing a chemical exposure assessment.

Technical Summary Report for the Historical Public Exposures Studies for Rocky Flats Phase II. RAC Report No. CDPHE-RFPFINAL. Radiological Assessments Corporation. Neeses, South Carolina.

September. Whicker, F.W., T.E. Hakonson, and J. Mohler. Environmental Plutonium at Hanford: A Review of Literature and Monitoring Data. The completion of Guidelines for Phase I, II, and III Archaeological Investigations and Technical Report Preparation is due in large part to the efforts of two former Historic Preservation Office archaeologists.

Development of the guidelines was initiated by Eric Voigt, author of the original WVSHPO survey and curation regulations. Technical Summary Report of the Historical Public Exposures Studies for Rocky Flats, Phase II.

Denver, CO: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment; Radiological Assessments Corporation Report No. CDPHE-RFPFinal. Hawthorne, H. (Ed.). The Historical Public Exposures Studies on Rocky Flats were conducted in the s as part of a Agreement in Principle between DOE and the State of Colorado to identify potential health effects in nearby communities exposed to past releases.

Phase I and Phase II of the studies provided. Rocky Flats Site, Colorado. Regulatory Documents. All documents are Adobe Acrobat files. Fourth Five-Year Review Report for the Rocky Flats Site (June ); Notice of Environmental Use Restrictions, 27 March, (supersedes Novem Environmental Covenant) ; Rocky Flats Legacy Management Agreement.

CDPHE, Technical Status Report, Analysis of Split Sampling Results Collected from Wells at the East Boundary of RFETS, ( ). CDPHE, Rocky Flats Phase I Historical Public Exposures, Project Task 6, Exposure Pathway Identification & Transport Modeling, (May ). CDPHE, Rocky Flats Program, Status Report to the Public, ().

Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site (Denver, CO) - RFETS was established in as part of the United States' nationwide nuclear weapons complex to manufacture nuclear weapons components under the jurisdiction and control of the U.S. Department of Energy and its predecessor agencies.

She also worked on Phase II of the Historical Public Exposures Studies on Rocky Flats, focusing on quantifying the organ-specific cancer incidence risk and its uncertainty following exposure to plutonium from inhalation.

@article{osti_, title = {Evaluation of beryllium exposure assessment and control programs at AWE, Cardiff Facility, Rocky Flats Plant, Oak Ridge Y Plant and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Phase 1}, author = {Johnson, J S and Foote, K L and Slawski, J W and Cogbill, G}, abstractNote = {Site visits were made to DOE beryllium handling facilities at the Rocky Flats .A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Learn more DOI:   New soil samples from Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge show safe levels of plutonium at the former nuclear weapons manufacturing site. That's after elevated readings were found this summer. State health officials asked for more samples after a soil grab from one area showed five times the safe level of plutonium, which is dangerous to humans when inhaled.