Hanford contractor ordered to pay 2 laid-off workers wages, damages for retaliation

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Computer Sciences Corp. improperly laid off two employees for raising nuclear safety concerns about the Hanford nuclear facility, in violation of federal whistleblower laws. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has ordered the company to pay $186,000 in wages to the two employees.
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UPDATE: Hanford Site take cover lifted, no release of Chlorine gas

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Precautionary take cover at the Hanford Site has been lifted. Chlorine alarm at one of the site's water treatment facilities malfunctioned.
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Murray Restores Millions in Hanford Budget Cuts in 2015 Spending Bill

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2015 omnibus appropriations bill contains over $2 billion for Hanford cleanup, restores millions in proposed cuts in President Obama's budget earlier this year.
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Hanford B Reactor a Step Closer to Becoming National Park

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Hanford's B reactor is one step closer to becoming a national park.
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Murray, Cantwell, Smith Call on Dept. of Energy to Take Action to Protect Hanford Workers

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Today, U.S. Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell and U.S. Representative Adam Smith sent a letter to Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz calling on him to take immediate action to protect the workforce at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation by implementing the recommendations of the Hanford Tank Vapor Assessment Report without delay.
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Hanford Contractor Worker Reports Vapors-Related Symptoms

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Another employee at Washington River Protection Solutions has been evaluated after reporting vapors-related symptoms today.
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