DOE's Safety and Health Program for Enrichment Plant Workers: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Energy, Nuclear Proliferation, and Federal Services of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, Second Session, July 21, 1980
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs. Subcommittee on Energy, Nuclear Proliferation, and Federal Services
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achieved action activities addition adequate administration AFDP amount applicable appraisals appropriate areas assessment assigned Attachment authority award fee award fee determination Chairman changes CHAPTER committee complaints complete concern conducted considered contract contractor correct cost covered CPAF criteria Department Director discuss DOE's effective employees Energy enrichment plants established evaluation period example exposure facilities functions hazards health and safety health program identified important improve indicated industry inspections involved matters measurement meeting ment monitoring Oak Ridge Operations objectives organization OSHA performance performance areas Performance Evaluation personnel points Portsmouth position prepared present problem procedures procuring production proposed radiation received recommendations records releases requested responsibility Ridge Operations Office safety and health schedules Senator Glenn specific staff standards submit tion uranium violations weights workers
Page 43 - Nothing in this Act shall apply to working conditions of employees with respect to which other Federal agencies, and State agencies acting under section 274 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended (42 USC 2021), exercise statutory authority to prescribe or enforce standards or regulations affecting occupational safety or health.
Page 10 - Congress' understanding of those issues. [The prepared statement of Mr. Peach follows:] UNITED STATES GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON, DC 20548 FOR RELEASE ON DELIVERY Expected at 9:00 AM Thursday, September.
Page 302 - This reserve shall not exceed 15 percent of the total base fee and potential award fee or $100,000, whichever is less. (c) In the event of contract termination, either in whole or in part, the amount of award fee available shall represent a pro rata distribution associated with evaluation period activities or events as determined by the Government.
Page 368 - GAO recommended that the Congress authorize the Secretary of Energy to institute a program of non-reimbursable fines and penalties for safety and health violations. GAO also recommended that the Secretary of Energy make sure that plant inspections and appraisals are performed as required and that all employees' complaints are investigated and followed up by the Oak Ridge Operations Office.
Page 224 - CPAF arrangement, the base fee is designed to compensate the contractor for factors such as risk, investment and the nature of the work to be performed, but in an amount commensurate with the level or quality of performance categorized as minimum acceptable. The award fee pool represents the additional amount available to reward the contractor for performance above minimum acceptable levels in selected performance areas.
Page 191 - ... better performance in other areas. Management actions taken or initiated have resulted in some demonstrated benefits to the Government (Ie, Improved quality, responsiveness, timeliness, or effectiveness of operations). (D) Marginal performance: Contractor performance meets most contract standards. Although there are areas of good or better performance, these are more or less offset by lower rated performance in other areas. Little additional tangible benefit is observable due to contractor effort...
Page 24 - Statement of William R. Volgt, Jr. Director, Office of Uranium Resources and Enrichment US Department of Energy Before the Committee on Science and Technology Subcommittee on Energy Research and Production US House of Representatives September 22, 1979 at Oak Ridge, Tennessee INTRODUCTION Mr.
Page 29 - ... research in this area. It is obvious that any research on occupational exposure to radiation must be conducted with the special needs of the workers in mind and in a manner that will be open to full public scrutiny. NIOSH RADIATION RESEARCH The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), a component of the Center for Disease Control, was established by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. Under that act, NIOSH is responsible for conducting research . developing recommended...
Page 127 - ... advances of Government funds pursuant to Article VI. c. Services pursuant to this paragraph entitled "Related Services" shall be performed without additional fee unless the Commission and the Corporation shall mutually agree in writing that they will constitute a material Increase in the scope of the work under this contract, in which event the parties hereto will negotiate in good faith to agree upon an equitable fee for such additional services. The fee so agreed upon shall be effected by supplemental...