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Epidemiological records are documents, in whatever media, that provide information about individuals working at a Department of Energy (DOE) or contractor site--their work history (when they worked there and what they did), what health hazards they were exposed to (such as external and/or internal radiation, chemicals, hazardous materials), and their medical history during or after their employment. Also included are those records which document the administrative organization and management of the site, the monitoring of environmental and area hazards, process and material controls (especially for radioactive sources and chemicals), health and safety procedures, work assignments, and location. Currently there is a freeze on the destruction of epidemiological records.