EEOICPA Medina

Documents, EPA, NIOSH, DOL, DOE

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 Medina Modification Center, San Antonio Texax

 

San Antonio signMedina Modification Center

Medina is a DOE facility from 1958-1966 so workers are eligible for both Part B and Part E claims.

Medina has a Special Exposure Cohort which covers all workers with specific cancers and at least 250 days employment between January 1, 1958-December 31, 1966.

The Medina Modification Center was established in 1958 for component testing, modification, repairs, and refinements. It operated until the early spring of 1966, at which point its functions were transferred to Burlington and Pantex.

Throughout the course of its operations, the potential for beryllium exposure existed at this site.

 

DOE

DOE lists Medina as a covered EEOICPA facility. 

DOE Contractor

Mason & Hanger-Silas Mason (1958-1966)

 

DOL

DOL provides Part B and Part E statistics for Medina as well as a Site Exposure Matrix.

NIOSH

Medina has a Special Exposure Cohort as well as technical basis documents.  NIOSH lists statistics for Medina dose reconstructions

 

 

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