An Office of Inspector General review concluded that Hanford workers generally felt free to discuss concerns about chemical vapors, but interviewed seven workers who expressed reservations.
An Office of Inspector General review concluded that Hanford workers generally felt free to discuss concerns about chemical vapors, but interviewed seven workers who expressed reservations. Courtesy DOE
An Office of Inspector General review concluded that Hanford workers generally felt free to discuss concerns about chemical vapors, but interviewed seven workers who expressed reservations. Courtesy DOE

Some Hanford workers think twice about raising vapor issues

November 16, 2016 07:57 PM

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