Atomic Sites & Facilities2020-08-20T14:55:50-06:00

Blog – Atomic Sites & Facilities

This list includes states and their accompanying worksites that are classified at Special Exposure Cohorts (SEC) and eligible for benefits under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act (EEOICPA) through the Department of Energy (DOE). We have noted a brief description, years of operations qualified under the DOE, and the scope of work to each facility location below. If you believe you or a loved one has been affected, one of our Nuclear Care Partner Benefits Specialists can help you determine your qualifications today!

Downey Facility

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Downey Facility

Los Angeles County, California 1948-1955

The Downey Facility in Los Angeles County was initially run by the North American Aviation (NAA) and included the operations of airplane manufacturing. A smaller portion […]

General Atomics

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General Atomics Nuclear Site

La Jolla, California 1960-1969

The General Atomics facility in La Jolla, California performed automatic exposure control (radiation) operations to create atomic weapons. General Atomics is listed as a […]

Pinellas Plant

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Pinellas Plant

Clearwater, FL 1957-1997 (DOE)

Constructed by General Electric Company in 1956, the Pinellas Plant’s purpose was to develop and manufacture neutron generators used in nuclear weapons and nuclear explosions. After […]

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