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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
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... Appendix A Workshop Agenda
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... (3) What scientific information on environmental and health risk do you use in your decision-making?
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... How is your organization now involved in DOE's environmental-management program? What role, if any, does risk assessment play in your regulatory activities?
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... Question 3: Does DOE have sufficient data on site characterization, health effects, and exposure to develop scientific information on environmental and health risks? Question 4: Does the scientific information on environmental and health risks permit DOE to improve and extend the application of risk assessment as a decision-making too} in setting remediation priorities?
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... In order to provide continuity for program, it may be necessary as part of the broadcast of the program to record your voice and/or image. By registering as a participant, you agree to have your voice and image broadcast and videotaped as part of this Program without any claim or expectation of payment for said broadcast or videotaping.
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... 4:50 pm Question and Answer 5:30 pm Adjourn for day Thursday. November 4 8:30 am Registration 9:00 9:05 Welcome Philip Smith, Executive Officer, National Research Council Frank Parker, Chairman, National Research Council Committee to Review Risk Management in DOE's Environmental Remediation Program Clyde Frank, Acting Principal Deputy Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Environmental Restoration and Remediation, Department of Energy 49
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... (3) What scientific information on environmental and health risk do you use in your decision-making~ Could you improve the process with better information?
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... Marshall Drummond, Chair, Hanford Tank Waste Task Force and President, Eastern Washington University foe King, City Manager, RichIand, Washington Mildred McCIain, Citizens for Environmental Justice Merv Tano, General Counsel, Council of Energy Resource Tribes John Moran, Director-Safety & Health, Laborers' Health and Safety Fund Elizabeth Averill, Oil Chemical Atomic Workers Union ~ ~ :00 Question & Answers; Issue Identification Il:15 Break Il:30 Pane' 3: Regulatory Perspectives (~) How is your organization now involved in DOE's EM program?
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... 2:00 Question 2: Can scientific information on environmental and health risks assist in ensuring that funds are so distributed as to reduce health and environmental risks at different sites in an equitable manner? 2:20 Question 3: Does DOE have sufficient data on site characterization, health effects, and exposure to develop scientific information on environment and health risks?
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... 3:00 Break 3: 15 Question 5: Can public participation in the development of DOE's risk assessment guidelines improve the credi bility and value of risk assessment? If so, how can the public most effectively participate in the development of these guidelines and their eventual application at sites?
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... Lewis Bedenbaugh, South Carolina Department of Health Environment Control, Columbia, S.Car. David Bennett, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.
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... Curtis Travis, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Victoria Tschinkel, Landers and Parsons, Tallahassee, Fla.


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