Terrie Barrie, ANWAG, presents Rocky Flats Safety Concerns to NIOSH’s Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health

Terrie Barrie, ANWAG, presents Rocky Flats Safety Concerns to NIOSH’s Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health

Eco Ed and The Ambushed Grand Jury, non-profit and non-fiction book, dedicates this Tab to the Alliance of Nuclear Workers Advocacy Groups (ANWAG), Ms. Terrie Barrie and all Rocky Flats Nuclear Workers. The following is Ms. Terrie Barrie’s acknowledgement to United Steel Workers’ Local 8031 and presentation before the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH) Advisory Board meeting at Santa Fe, New Mexico on November 30, 2016:

“ANWAG offers its deep appreciation to the United Steel Workers’ Local 8031 for the donation of their historical documents from the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons facility. These documents include safety concerns and grievances were filed by the rank and file workers to notify management of issues which could have had, or in some cases did have, a negative effect on the health and safety of the workers who worked to keep America safe during the Cold War.

It is ANWAG’s and Local 8031’s hope that these documents will provide the evidence necessary to prove a claim under EEOICPA for Rocky Flats claimants.

A small number of advocates for the Rocky Flats workers did a quick review of the safety concerns.  They found over 100 that could affect NIOSH’s ability to reconstruct dose with sufficient accuracy.  This information was presented to the Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health during the public comment period on November 30, 2016.

The public comments presented by Terrie Barrie, Rocky Flats SEC co-petitioner, can be found below.

ANWAG is committed to making these documents publicly available.  However, most of these documents contain personal information which will need to be redacted before their release.  This will slow down the process and we ask that the public bears with us.

A sincere debt of gratitude also goes out to Cold War Patriots for providing the financial assistance necessary for this project.”

~ November 30, 2016 NIOSH Advisory Board presentation by Ms. Terrie Barrie ~

Good Evening Dr. Melius and members of the Board. My name is Terrie Barrie. I’m a Founding Member of the Alliance of Nuclear Workers Advocacy Groups and co-petitioner for the Rocky Flats SEC petition #00192. Thank you for allowing me to offer these comments tonight.

About three months ago, the United Steel Workers Local 8031 generously donated hard copy documents, including Safety Concerns, from the Rocky Flats site to ANWAG. I realize that NIOSH and SC&A reviewed the safety concerns data base back in 2007, but this donation was the first opportunity the petitioner, Charles Saunders, and I, along with other site experts, had to review these records. Of the almost 5,000 safety concerns in DOE’s possession, NIOSH and SC&A determined that only 40 or so could possibly affect NIOSH’s ability to reconstruct dose for Rocky Flats. It is unclear if DOE has complied with the 75-year retention rule for radiation documents. The 2007 NIOSH report documented that no Safety Concerns prior to 1970 were available. This report seems to indicate that only 40 or so Safety Concern files were available that may have stunted a complete Safety Concern review. This is not claimant-favorable. According to SC&A’s Main Report of April 5, 2007, “A number of safety concerns (74-61, 85-109, 86-13, 86-161, 86-169, 89-037, 89-203, 90-169, 91-496, 92-003, 92-048, and 97-176) relate to the lack of QC in the internal and external monitoring programs. These concerns collectively reinforce issues raised in the petition
regarding data quality.” (The SC&A report of April 27, 2007 is available by clicking this link.)

Our review found a lot more. The specific safety concern numbers and their related issues can be found in the attached spreadsheet and a copy of the files are publicly available below.

We reviewed safety concerns which are not included in the NIOSH/SC&A list. Briefly, we identified:

  • Falsification of plutonium weights on the run sheet;
  • Falsification of medical records and; falsification of RCRA inspections;
  • Multiple problems with the Health and Safety Labs from 1985 to 1999 including this comment from a supervisor in a 1986 safety concern, and I quote, “The HS & E Laboratory has a major problem with contamination and efforts are underway to correct this situation…” In 1999 an off-site lab was contracted to analyze the samples instead of using the RF lab;
  • There was a possible criticality in Building 774 in 1986. It was serious enough to have Rocky Flats “obtain a Nuclear Criticality Specialist from Albuquerque.” I crossed checked this 1986 possible criticality concern with the DOE Rocky Flats Assessment of Criticality Safety document. It is not listed in the 1989 document;
  • A strong indication that radioactive materials and contaminated equipment were present in Building 460, at least through 1996. The vast majority of these workers were not monitored for radiation since 460 was considered a “cold” building. Numerous concerns were filed for faulty alarms, lack of qualified RCT coverage, or even no coverage by an RCT, and instruments incorrectly calibrated. There were so many of this type of safety concerns that I stopped recording them on the spreadsheet.

But these concerns are directly related to NIOSH’s ability to reconstruct dose. If an alarm doesn’t alarm, then the worker or the RCT will not know there is a release. If the area doesn’t have an RCT, the worker won’t know if he has been exposed. If the RCT’s instrument is not calibrated correctly, then it is unlikely that an accurate assessment of contamination would be recorded. In any of these situations it is quite possible that contaminated workers would not be decontaminated or given the opportunity to provide samples to see if he has an internal or external exposure. These ARE issues that will affect NIOSH’s ability to reconstruct dose with sufficient accuracy.

As I mentioned, NIOSH and SC&A did identify a limited number of safety concerns that could have an impact on the ability to reconstruct dose. Some were resolved in 2007. However, the SC&A report states, “NIOSH continues its investigation of two safety concerns involving lost or invalid bioassay results (90-169) and the inadequacy of the internal and external dosimetry programs (92-048).” I have not been able to find if the investigation into these two safety concerns was completed.If they have not been resolved, NIOSH needs to complete this investigation and include the additional safety concerns the petitioners have now identified.

I would like to mention that not everyone ever employed at Rocky Flats filed a safety concern when they found things wrong with policy or procedures. Some may not have realized they could file a concern when they did not receive bioassay results in a timely manner. Some may simply have feared for their jobs or be subjected to retribution.

I would also like to remind the board of two outstanding issues both which fall under the Ten Year Review’s recommendation that petitions should be decided on a consistent basis. Metal Tritides – this issue was raised during the Rocky Flats March 17, 2015 Work Group meeting. NIOSH promised they would look into this but, again, I have not seen where they have. I found safety concern # 94-158 which alludes to the presence of tritides. Earlier this year, I also supplied NIOSH with a couple of documents which I feel strongly indicates that tritides were present at Rocky Flats. I would like to remind the Board that you approved SEC status for General Atomics in 2014, in part, because NIOSH determined that “metal tritides were present during the operational period with no indication of any analysis performed to determine the type of tritide.” And that without that knowledge NIOSH admitted that they cannot reconstruct dose with sufficient accuracy.

The other instance where consistent decisions on SEC petitions affects Rocky Flats involves dose reconstruction for neptunium exposure. One LANL SEC petition was approved because the petitioner provided a DOE document which stated that plutonium bioassay cannot be used to reconstruct dose for neptunium exposure. Yet that is exactly what NIOSH is using to reconstruct dose for Rocky Flats workers! How can this methodology be ok for Rocky Flats but not for LANL?

Lastly, I am concerned that the legacy of the weapons production is being ignored. According to the website, NIOSH has only qualified this petition through 1989. The workers employed from 1990 through the date of closure must not be forgotten. I believe enough evidence has been supplied to support our
position that NIOSH cannot reconstruct dose for this time period. Thank you for allowing me to present these comments. I would also like to express my appreciation to the United Steel Workers and especially Doug Fennel of Local 8031 for donating these documents and to Cold War Patriots who generously provided the funds for this project.

Submitted by:
Terrie Barrie
tbarrieanwag@gmail.com

~ Terrie Barrie’s List of Rocky Flats Safety Concern files ~

FILE NAME TOPIC DESCRIPTION URLs to Source Documents
1985-046 B-883 Failure of Health Physics to respond to requests http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-046-SC.pdf
1985-052 B-778 No monitors available in detected contamination area http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-052-SC.pdf
1985-053 B-Unknown Instrument out of calibration Scintillation, combos not working properly http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-053-SC.pdf
1985-087 B-707 Failure to contact critical engineering falsification of Pu weights on run sheet http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-087-SC.pdf
1985-109 B-460 Rad Monitor and Medical have different readings http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-109-SC.pdf
1985-123 Redacted Bldg violations HSE Procedures by Rad monitoring http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-123-SC.pdf
1985-128 B-460 Lack of protective shields at brew furnaces http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-128-SC.pdf
1985-161 B-883 Decon of badges http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-161-SC.pdf
1985-168 B-440 2 workers ‘hot’ after passing through B-444 http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1985-168-SC.pdf
1986-013 B-776 Receiving dosimter badge twice http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-013-SC.pdf
1986-015 B-444 Failure to follow HSE Radiation Control http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-015-SC.pdf
1986-018 B-444 Inadequate Radiation Monitor for “lump sum area” http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-018-SC.pdf
1986-046 B-883 Failure of Health Physics to respond to requests http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-046-SC.pdf
1986-062 B-123 Cross-contamination of samples and Special Assay Lab – decontamination http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-062-SC.pdf
1986-063 B-123 HS&E Lab has a major cross-contamination problem with contamination with UOR http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-063-SC.pdf
1986-073 B-771 No Radiation Monitor west hallway http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-073-SC.pdf
1986-078 B-371 Smear counters not calibrated http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-078-SC.pdf
1986-093 B-371 Lack of monitor coverage http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-093-SC.pdf
1986-094 B-371 Lack of monitor coverage http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-094-SC.pdf
1986-095 B-371 / B-374 Lack of monitor coverage http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-095-SC.pdf
1986-096 B-371 Lack of monitor coverage http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-096-SC.pdf
1986-097 B-371 Shutdown due to lack of radiation monitors http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-097-SC.pdf
1986-098 B-371 Lack of radiation monitors http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-098-SC.pdf
1986-099 B-371 Lack of radiation monitors http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-099-SC.pdf
1986-100 B-371 / B-374 Lack of radiation monitors http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-100-SC.pdf
19861117-USW B-771 USW Safety Report on TF Audits of B-771 and 774 – 628 Safety Complaint B-774 Criticality http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R19861117-TF-Audits-771-774.pdf
1986-115 B-776 Molten Salt Crew High Gamma Rad http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-115-SC.pdf
1986-125 B-374 Understaffing of Chem Ops on weekend less safety http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-125-SC.pdf
1986-151 B-771 Management against DOE Nuclear Safety http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-151-SC.pdf
1986-161 B-460 Body Count inconsistency http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1986-161-SC.pdf
1987-012 B-771 Respirators not available outside protection http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-012-SC.pdf
1987-021 B-123 Tim Trout unspecified safety concern http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-021-SC.pdf
1987-038 B-771 Improper Radiation exposure on dosimeter http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-038-SC.pdf
1987-090 B-371 Incapacitation of SAAM system http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-090-SC.pdf
1987-104 B-444 Rm 101 contamination needs survey http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-104-SC.pdf
1987-107 B-886 Improper ventilation facility instruments http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-107-SC.pdf
1987-108 B-886 No decontamination facilities http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-108-SC.pdf
1987-126 B-444 Contamination levels http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-126-SC.pdf
1987-154 B-883 Open area grinding uranium http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-154-SC.pdf
1987-193 B-771 Guards delaying contaminated workers to Medical http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-193-SC.pdf
1987-198 B-371 Workers taken off respirators while still contaminated http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1987-198-SC.pdf
1988-050 B-334 Valve vaults not monitored by radiation monitors http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-050-SC.pdf
1988-052 B-444 Vent system dirty possible contaminated http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-052-SC.pdf
1988-053 B-444 Exhaust system inadequate http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-053-SC.pdf
1988-054 B-444 Bootie exchange system http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-054-SC.pdf
1988-108 B-771 Plutonium feed spill http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-108-SC.pdf
1988-121 B-777 Barrels filled with hot materials sitting next to work area http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-121-SC.pdf
1988-138 B-771 Bag-out not calibrated Ken Frieburg Unusual Occurrence report http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-138-SC-UOR-1.pdf
1988-143 B-371 not enough monitors elevated 11/9/1988 http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-143-SC.pdf
1988-146 B-371 Drums stored in area with no SAAMs http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-146-SC.pdf
1988-147 B-371 Gamma/neutron exceed ALARA 2.7 mr/M http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1988-147-SC.pdf
1989-031 B-569 and B-664 No SAAM in waste package B-664 and B-569 (mentions 89-057) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1989-031-SC.pdf
1989-037 B-334,440,444,881 one worker without dosimeter for one year from 1985-1988; one urine sample since 1985 http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1989-037-SC-1.pdf
1990-012 B-334 Poss cross connections between airborne radioactive contam and domestic water http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1990-012-SC-1.pdf
1990-041 B-371,559,700s Undocumented modifications to alarm and Life Support (References 84-4) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1990-041-SC-1.pdf
1990-051 B-123 Room 163 receives air filter samples over 250 c/m or 20 d/m – safety hazard http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1990-051-SC-1.pdf
1990-145/146 PSZ RCT Qualifications and training step-off pad duties (also 90-144 and 90-152) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1990-145-R1990-146-SC-1.pdf
1990-148/149 B-371 Unqualified personnel manning data logger SAAM systems http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1990-148-SC-and-R1990-149-SC.pdf
1990-212 w/1990-051 B-123 Contaminated airhead samples to B-123 with as much as 2500 c/m removable contam http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1990-212-SC.pdf
1991-004 904 Pad Ignored ALARA 12/18/1990 at 904 Pad http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1991-004-SC-1.pdf
1991-007 B-771 Lack of replacement SAAM parts http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1991-007-SC.pdf
1991-008 B-995/988 No PA system http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1991-008-SC.pdf
1992-052 B-123 B-123 failed to conduct daily count HK airhead http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-052-SC.pdf
1992-134 B-123 Contaminated nose swipes and samples packaged/open without exhaust http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-134-SC-1.pdf
1992-202 B-123 Medical file forgery and unannounced work restriction (see 92-202 and 92-204) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-202-SC.pdf
1992-203 B-123 Medical file forgery (see 92-202 and 92-204) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-203-SC-1.pdf
1992-204 B-123 Prescription without Medical Doctor authority (see 92-202 and 92-203) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-204-SC-1.pdf
1992-221 Plantwide Dosimetry badges taken from buildings to B-123 employee is on vacation or sick leave http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-221-SC-1.pdf
1992-245 B-559/707 Worker TLD confiscated but worked in rad area http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-245-SC.pdf
1992-345 B-776 Tritium detection alarm failure to contact B-707 to respond – did not have tritons http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-345-SC.pdf
1992-349 B-707 Module D was blowing air in hallway – no radiation posting http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-349-SC.pdf
1992-394 B-707 Only alpha detection equipment no gamma equipment http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-394-SC.pdf
1992-403 B-707 Untrained RCTs and SAAM bypass http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-403-SC.pdf
1992-415 B-707 40 of 44 airheads high DAC > 10% for September 1992 (combined with 92-416) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-415-SC.pdf
1992-416 B-788/207 SEP Untrained sub-contractors violating procedures (references 93-095) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-416-SC.pdf
1992-423 B-550 Unqualified RPTs performing SAAM verification http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-423-SC.pdf
1992-424 B-663 No PA system failed in 1992 no funding in FY 93 and 94 http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1992-424-SC.pdf
1993-095/1992-416 B-788/207 SEP Untrained sub-contractors violating procedures – personal clothing unattended contam http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1993-095-SC-1.pdf
1994-058 B-123 Calibrating and Procedure issues with Ludlum 12-1A – alpha v gamma http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1994-058-SC-1.pdf
1994-064/1994-065 B-123 Contaminated samples (See 85-064; 90-051; 90-212; 90-426; 94-065 in same file) http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1994-064-SC-R1994-065-SC-1.pdf
1994-113 B-123 Lab Technician employees removed not considered part of HW Worker Med Surv http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1994-113-SC-1.pdf
1994-158 B-991/996 Tunnel SAAM and Tritium alarm systems not properly functioning – Tritides? http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1994-158-SC.pdf
1994-186 B-123 First reported in August – broken automatic pipettes http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1994-186-SC-1.pdf
1996-0046 Gr B-881/883 Falsification of RCRA Inspections http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1996-046-GR.pdf
1996-080 B-460 Office equipment released without contamination survey http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1996-080-SC.pdf
1996-129 B-460 only items with a “confirmed history exclusively B-460 are exempt http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1996-129-SC.pdf
1996-161 B-776 No requirement to submit nasal/mouth smears contaminated Step Off Pad http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1996-161-SC.pdf
1997-023 B-371 Management eliminated contamination control surveys on off shifts http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1997-023.pdf
1997-039 B-707 Management eliminated contamination control surveys on off shifts http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1997-039-SC.pdf
1997-222 B-371 JA Jones workers remain in MAA during criticality testing with criticality system disabled. http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1997-222-SC.pdf
1998-098 B-371 Management ADL for 5 employees from 750 mr 1000 mr/yr without their concurrence http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1998-098-SC.pdf
1998-19971229 Maintenance Timely nasal smears (1600) delayed one week http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R1998-19971229-SC.pdf
2000-009 750 Pad 750 Pad operations during 45 mph winds / 904 shut down http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-009.pdf
2000-018 T690N 2 subcontractor RCTs with 2 electra sources in personal vehicle http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-018.pdf
2000-019 B-371 2nd weekend contamination outside Rm 2325 http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-019.pdf
2000-020 B-371 High contamination areas in 6 rooms with some spreading http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-020.pdf
2000-025 B-776 Management interfering with medical decision http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-025-1.pdf
2000-026 B-371 5 gloveboxes identified removable alpha contamination http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-026.pdf
2000-031 B-374 B-371 tap and drain into B-374 cold area http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-031.pdf
2000-040 B-371 Eleven SOPs not working properly http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-040.pdf
2000-044 B-664 NDT office becomes part of RBA exceeds 100 uREM http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-044.pdf
2000-047 B-707 E Module Material filled carts/drums unnecessary personal exposure http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-047.pdf
2000-054 B-707 Worn old gloves need changing before another contamination http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-054.pdf
2000-063 B-371 RCT Management placed dosimeters on photo copier http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-063.pdf
2000-064 B-771 K-H Construction performed breach of instrument airline Rm 114 http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-064.pdf
2000-088 B-444 / B-447 RCT support off-shift & weekends deleted in 400/800 areas http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-088.pdf
2000-089 B-771 SAAM unplugged http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R2000-089-SC.pdf
371-05-02 B-371 N PPE in ‘hot’ area carried sample to cold area http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R371-05-02-RMR.pdf
371-12-05-04 B-371 ‘B’ box continually exceeds 20,000 c/m smears http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R371-12-05-04-RMR.pdf
707-02-08 B-707 Contamination incident http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R707-02-08-RMR.pdf
707-07-01 B-707 Hot’ hands and 8 gloves http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R707-07-01-RMR.pdf
707-11-01 B-707 Crit drain overflowed 1M c/m http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R707-11-01-RMR.pdf
771-07-03 B-771 Sample without monitor – paragraph erased http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R707-11-01-RMR.pdf
771-10-06 B-771 Hole in glovebox operator working 10(6) c/m http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R771-10-06-RMR.pdf
771-11-55 B-771 Coveralls 200K c/m on sleeve http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R771-11-55-RMR.pdf
771-11-57 B-771 Bag found up to 30K c/m – no alarm from SAAM http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R771-11-57-RMR.pdf
771-11-60 B-771 Mouse contaminated rooms, hall 2K-15K c/m http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R771-11-60-RMR.pdf
771-12-02 B-771 Contaminated during supplied air job http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R771-12-02-RMR.pdf
779-07-03 B-779 Working through gloves in dry box with personal clothing during an experiment http://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/wp-content/uploads/R779-07-03-RMR.pdf