EEOICPA Copperweld

DOE, DOL, NIOSH, Documents

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Copperweld Steel, Warren Ohio

 
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Copperweld Steel

Copperweld Steel is classified as an AWE site for 1943-1946 so workers are eligible for Part B compensation.

The Copperweld Steel Company of Warren, Ohio, straightened and outgassed a large number of uranium rods for the Hanford and Oak Ridge reactors between May and August of 1943.

 

DOE

DOE Legacy Management has a webpage on Copperweld Steel of Warren, Ohio.

 

DOL

DOL lists Part B statistics for Copperweld Steel

 

NIOSH

NIOSH provides statistics on dose reconstructions for Copperweld Steel.  NIOSH has one document on Copperweld Steel as well as a Technical Basis Document on AWE sites. 

Other

The Wall Street Journal Waste Lands series provides information on Copperweld Steel.

 

Copperweld Steel Documents

  • Guidelines for Identifying Suspect-Counterfeit Material
  • The metal fabrication program for the Clinton Engineer Works and the Hanford Engineer Works
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