EEOICPA Bethlehem Steel

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 Bethlehem Steel, Lackawanna New York

 

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Bethlehem Steel is an AWE facility for 1949-1952 so workers are eligible to file for Part B claims.

Bethlehem Steel has a Special Exposure Cohort for all workers with Dow has a Special Exposure Cohort for all workers with specific cancers and at least 250 days employment from January 1, 1949-December 31, 1952.

In 1949, Bethlehem Steel of Lackawanna, New York developed improved rolling mill pass schedules for uranium billets into 1.5-inch rods to be used for reactor fuel rods to later be used at the Fernald plant. Bethlehem also performed uranium rolling experiments to help design the Fernald rolling mill.

 

 

DOE

DOE Legacy Management has a webpage for Bethlehem Steel since it was considered for FUSRAP. 

DOL

DOL provides Part B statistics for Bethlehem Steel.

NIOSH

NIOSH lists statistics for Bethlehem Steel dose reconstructions

 Other

  • The Wall Street Journal's Waste Lands series provides information on Bethlehem Steel.
  • Wikipedia has a page on Bethlehem Steel.
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