EEOICPA Herring-Hall_Marvin Safe Company

Diebold, DOE, DOL, EPA, NIOSH, Documents

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 Herring Hall Marvin Safe Company, Hamilton Ohio

 
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Herring Hall Marvin Safe Company

Herring Hall Marvin is an AWE facility for 1943-1993 and a DOE facility for 1995.  Workers during the AWE years are eligible for Part B claims and workers during the DOE year are eligible for both Part B and Part E claims.

Intermittently from the 1943 to 1951, the Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Company machined natural uranium metal slugs from rolled stock under subcontract to DuPont and the University of Chicago.

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.

The former Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Company, now owned by the Diebold Company was located at 1550 Grand Boulevard in Hamilton, Ohio. During the 1940's this company machined uranium slugs under subcontract with a prime Department of Energy contractor. The uranium slugs were machined from uranium billets. In August 1988 and April 1989, radiological surveys were conducted and very little uranium was found and removed. The building was dismissed from any additional DOE restrictions. During the spring of 1993 public attention was drawn to this facility by former workers who stated that the earlier surveys did not include the portion of the third floor where actual machining work was conducted.

 

Alternative Name

  • Diebold Safe Company
  • HHM Safe

 

DOE

DOE Legacy Management has a webpage on Herring Hall Marvin Safe Company.  Herring Hall Marvin Safe Company was also on the DOE FUSREP Considered Site list.

 

DOL

DOL lists Part B and Part E payment statistics for Herring Hall Marvin Safe Company but does not have a Site Exposure Matrix for it.

 

EPA

Ohio EPA has a fact sheet on Herring Hall Marvin Safe Company.

 

NIOSH

NIOSH provides dose reconstruction statistics for Herring Hall Marvin.

 

Other

The Wall Street Journal Waste Lands series provides information on Herring Hall Marvin.

 

Herring Hall Marvin Safe Documents

 

 

 

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