Sunday, December 12, 2010
Compensation for occupational diseases ACT program
The energy employees occupational diseases compensation program Act of 2000 was designed to compensate for federal employees who become ill due to exposure to nuclear radiation. The legislation was later implemented its provisions never act but a decree of the President. ExposureEmployees types must have worked in an installation of energy and to qualify for compensation subject to a specific type of radiation. The type of radiation, beryllium is expressly mentioned, but allows people to file claims based on any radiation exposure.OversightClaims disease managed by federal policy by the Ministry of work. The Advisory Council has created the policy, to examine the health of workers and radiation, as the Department of energy can reduce the incidence of these illnesses.HistoryThe energy employed labour compensation program Act of the Republic American Max Udall Colorado 14 September 2000 was proposed. Never leave a Subcommittee of the judicial Chamber, but political Federal Decree of President Bill Clinton on 11 December 2000 signed.