Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP)
EEOICP Program Statistics
In May 2009 we introduced new Part B statistics for cases sent to NIOSH and cases approved based on Special Exposure Cohort (SEC) status.
Note below that claim numbers represent each employee or survivor who filed for benefits. Case numbers represent employees (living or deceased) whose employment and illness are the basis for the claim.
Note also that we differentiate applications as either covered or non-covered. Non-covered applications are those for which the medical condition claimed is not one of the covered occupational illnesses (applies only to Part B applications); or the employee's covered employment has not been established (Parts B and E); or a survivor did not meet eligibility requirements (Part E).
|MATHIESON CHEMICAL - TEXAS|
|Data as of|
Statistical data updated weekly on Mondays
This facility is no longer covered under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act. A determination has been made that it does not meet the legal or regulatory definition of a covered Department of Energy or Atomic Weapons Employer facility. Compensable claims reported for this facility are the result of covered employment at a different qualifying work site.