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CO-83-S-1 – View looking southwest at Building 122 during construction. Building 122, the emergency medical building, was one of the original structures at the Rocky Flats Plant. (5/29/52)
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CO-83-S-2 – Building 122 contained three general areas: office areas, internal dosimetry, and medical/health. Building 122 shared a common wall with Building 121, the plant security building. The two-story building in the background is Building 111. (9/26/52)
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CO-83-S-3 – View of Building 122, which housed the on-site medical facilities of the Rocky Flats Plant and the occupational health and internal dosimetry organizations. Emergency medical services, diagnosis, decontamination, first aid, x-ray, and minor surgical treatment were carried out in this building. (1/98)
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CO-83-S-4 – View of Building 122 examination facilities that supported routine employee and subcontractor physical examinations. (10/85)
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CO-83-S-5 – View of a body counting room in Building 122. Body counting measures radioactive material in the body. Designed to minimize external sources of radiation, body counting rooms were constructed of pre-World War II (WW II) steel. Pre-WW II steel, which has not been affected by nuclear fallout, is lower in radioactivity than steel created after
WW II. (10/25/85)
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