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  • Department of Energy Consequence Management Home Team. Provides access to their radiological assessment experts, GIS scientists, Aerial Monitoring System for flyover mapping, National Atmospheric Release Advisory Center for plume and dose projection, bridge line coordinators, radiological data analysts, field operations/logistics specialists, lab analysis experts. They have nodes at the Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Los Alamos National Lab, Remote Sensing Lab and Sandia National Lab.

Contact DOE Watch Office: 202-586-8100 (24/7) or cmht@nnsa.doe.gov
https://cmweb.llnl.gov/web/signIn.html

  • DOE Radiological Assistance Program (RAP) Teams. Teams are available in each of eight regional offices that may be contacted 24 hours a day. Support ranges from technical advice over the telephone to sending highly trained people and state-of-the-art equipment to the accident site to help identify and minimize radiological hazards.

Region 0, Andrews Air Force Base: 800-405-1140
Region 1, Brookhaven, NY: 631-344-2200
Region 2, Oak Ridge, TN: 865-576-1005
Region 3, Savannah River, SC: 803-725-3333
Region 4, Albuquerque, NM: 505-845-4667
Region 5, Chicago, IL: 630-252-4800
Region 6, Idaho Falls, ID: 208-526-1515
Region 7, Oakland, CA: 925-422-8951
Region 8, Richland, WA: 509-373-3900

 

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