Shattuck Chemical is an AWE site from the 1950s to 2006 and workers are eligible for Part B claims. There is no Special Exposure Cohort for Shattuck.
Shattuck Chemical prepared uranium compounds and uranium oxide in the late 1950s. (This was probably done under a Source Materials License issued by the Atomic Energy Commission.) Shattuck also processed refined uranium and produced natural uranium oxides on a commercial basis for the private market, and in 1963, supplied a small quantity of uranium to the Rocky Flats plant.
During the period of residual contamination, as designated by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and as noted in the dates above, employees of subsequent owners and operators of this facility are also covered under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act.
DOE Legacy Management has a Shattuck Chemical webpage with very little information on it.
DEEOIC lists Shattuck statistics but does not have a Shattuck Site Exposure Matrix.
The US EPA lists Shattuck Chemical as a superfund site as part of the Denver Radium site.
NIOSH has done a few dose reconstructions for Shattuck Chemical. NIOSH does not currently have any technical basis documents for Shattuck and there is no Special Exposure Cohort for Shattuck.