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DOE underground storage tank workDOE's Role in EEOICPA

The DOE provides worker and facility records and data to the DOL to help in their decision-making and in support of the administration of the EEOICPA. In addition, DOE maintains a list of facilities covered under the EEOICPA. This list is published in the Federal Register and is periodically updated.

In addition to periodic publication of the list in the Federal Register, the DOE also maintains the searchable Covered Facility Database. This database contains additional information pertaining to each of the facilities noted in the Federal Register, including years of activity and a general overview of what the facility did.

 

DOE EEOICPA Videos

  • DOE: Former Worker Medical Screening Program (FWP)--Moriah Ferullo
  • DOE: Support Implementation of EEOICPA--Dr. Patricia Worthington  

     

    Manhattan District History

    DOE has declassified the eight book, 36 volume Manhattan District History which General Groves commissioned in 1944.  Note: Some of these files are very large and will take a long time to open.

    Book 1: General

    Volume 1
  • General 
  • General Appendix E; General Index
  • Volumes 2 and 3
  • Not prepared by the Manhattan Engineer District
  • Volume 4: Auxiliary Activities
  • Chapter 1: Legislative Contacts of Manhattan District 
  • Chapters 2 through 5: Foundation of the National Laboratories (Chapter 2); Program for Production and Distribution of Radioisotopes (Chapter 3); Research and Development of Atomic Energy for Power (Chapter 4); Declassification and Distribution of Project Information (Chapter 5)
  • Chapter 6: Investigation of the After Effects of the Bombing in Japan
  • Chapter 7: Contributions of Representatives of the Manhattan District to the Discussions and Proposals for International Control
  • Chapter 8: Press Releases, Part 1
  • Chapter 8: Press Releases, Part 2
  • Chapter 9 and 10: Assistance on the Canadian Pile Project (Chapter 9); Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies (Chapter 10)
  • Chapter 11: Ames Project
  • Chapter 12: Activities of the National Bureau of Standards
  • Chapter 13: Preparation and Publication of the Smyth Report
  • Chapter 14: Investigation of Miscellaneous Processes of Separation of Uranium Isotopes
  • Volume 5
  • Fiscal Procedures
  • Fiscal Procedures Appendices
  • Volume 6
  • Insurance Program and Supplement
  • Volume 7
  • Medical Program
  • Medical Program Supplement
  • Volume 8
  •  Personnel
  • Volume 9
  • Priorities Program 
  • Volume 10
  • Land Acquisition CEW 
  • Land Acquisition CEW Appendices
  • Volume 11
  • Safety Program
  • Safety Program Appendix G
  • Volume 12
  • Clinton Engineer Work - Central Facilities
  • Clinton Engineer Work - Central Facilities Appendices A, B, C
  • Clinton Engineer Work - Central Facilities Appendix D 
  • Volume 13
  • Patents
  • Volume 14
  • Intelligence and Security
  • Intelligence and Security - Supplement with Appendices
  • Intelligence and Security - Foreign Intelligence Supplement # 1
  • Intelligence and Security  - Foreign Intelligence Supplements # 2, 3
  • Intelligence and Security - Top Secret Appendix to Supplement
  • Book 2: Gaseous Diffusion (K-25) Project

    Volume 1
  • General Features
  • Volume 2
  • Research
  • Volume 3
  • Design
  • Volume 4
  • Construction
  • Volume 5
  • Operations
  • Operations - Supplement # 1
  • Operations - Appendix
  • Book 3: The P-9 Project

  • P-9 Project
  • Book 4: Pile Project (X-10)

    Volume 1
  • General Features
  • Volume 2
  • Research Part 1: Metallurgical Laboratory
  • Research Part 2: Clinton Laboratories
  • Research Part 2: Clinton Laboratories - Top Secret Appendix
  • Volume 3
  • Design
  • Design: Appendices A, B, C, D
  • Volume 4
  • Land Acquisition, HEW
  • Land Acquisition, HEW Appendices A, B, C, D, E
  • Volume 5
  • Construction
  • Construction Appendix A
  • Construction Appendices B, C, D, E
  • Volume 6
  • Operation
  • Operations: Appendix A
  • Operations: Appendices B, C, D, E
  • Operations: Top Secret Appendix
  • Book 5: Electromagnetic Project

    Volume 1
  • General Features
  • Volume 2
  • Research
  • Volume 3
  • Design
  • Volume 4
  • Silver Program
  • Volume 5
  • Construction
  • Volume 6
  • Operation
  • Book 6: Liquid Thermal Diffusion (S-50) Project: Secret Supplement

  • Liquid Thermal Diffusion (S-50) Project: Secret Supplement
  • Book 7: Feed Materials, Special Procurement, and Geographical Exploration

    Volume 1
  • Feed Materials and Special Procurement 
  • Volume 2
  • Geographical Exploration 
  • Book 8: Lox Alamos Project (Site Y)

    Volume 1
  • General
  • General Appendices A, B, C, D
  • General Appendices E, F
  • Volume 2
  • Technical
  • Technical Supplement
  • Volume 3: Auxiliary Activities
  • Chapter 1: Los Angeles Procurement Office
  • Chapter 2: Project Camel
  • Chapter 3: Activities of Ohio State University Cryogenic Laboratory
  • Chapter 4: Dayton Project
  • Chapter 5, 6: Navy Participation (Chapter 5); Sandia (Chapter 6)
  • Chapter 7: Boron
  • Chapter 8: Operation Crossroads
  • Chapter 9: Supplementary Activities
  • History of the Activities of the Manhattan District Research

  • History of the Activities of the Manhattan District Research
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    DOE Documents

  • DOE Handbook - Conducting Health Studies at Department of Energy Sites - 2012
  • DOE Handbook General Employee Radiological Training - 1998
  • DOE Handbook General Employee Radiological Training - 2007
  • DOE Handbook on Tritium Handling and Safe Storage - 2008
  • DOE Environmental Management  Newsletters
  • DOE Job Descriptions supplied to DEEOIC for Site Exposure Matrix, Part 1
  • DOE Job Descriptions supplied to DEEOIC for Site Exposure Matrix, Part 2
  • DOE Job Descriptions supplied to DEEOIC for Site Exposure Matrix, Part 3
  • DOE Job Descriptions supplied to DEEOIC for Site Exposure Matrix, Part 4
  • DOE Job Descriptions supplied to DEEOIC for Site Exposure Matrix, Part 5
  • DOE Site Maps and Facilities Listings as of November 1993
  • LA-1835 General Handbook for Radiation Monitoring, September 1954
  • Manual of Good Practices at Uranium Facilities, Sections 1 & 2
  • Manual of Good Practices at Uranium Facilities, Section 3
  • Manual of Good Practices at Uranium Facilities, Section 4
  • Manual of Good Practices at Uranium Facilities, Section 5
  • Medical Effects of Atomic Bombs Part 1 , April 19 1951
  • Medical Effects of Atomic Bombs Part 2 , April 19 1951
  • Medical Effects of Atomic Bombs Part 3 , April 19 1951
  • Medical Effects of Atomic Bombs Part 4 , April 19 1951
  • Medical Effects of Atomic Bombs Part 5 , April 19 1951
  • Medical Effects of Atomic Bombs Part 6 , April 19 1951
  • Medical Effects of Atomic Bombs Part 7 , April 19 1951
  • Medical Effects of Atomic Bombs Part 8 , April 19 1951
  • TID-4500 Determination of Neuptunium-237 in Human Urine, June 1, 1964
  • TID-16020 Report of Glove Boxes and Containment Enclosures, Part 1
  • TID-16020 Report of Glove Boxes and Containment Enclosures, Part 2
  • TID-16020 Report of Glove Boxes and Containment Enclosures, Part 3
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