10 CFR 1008.8 - Action in response to a request for access: disclosure of requested information to subject individuals.
(2) The methods of access as set forth in paragraph (b) of this section;
(3) The place at which the record or information may be inspected;
(4) The earliest date on which the record or information may be inspected and the period of time that the record or information will remain available for inspection. In no event shall the earliest date be later than thirty calendar days from the date of notification.
(5) An indication that copies of the records are enclosed, or the estimated date by which a copy of the record could be mailed and the estimate of fees that would be charged to provide other than the first copy of the record, pursuant to § 1008.13.
(7) Any additional requirements that must be satisfied in order to provide information about or to grant access to the requested record or information.
(b) The following methods of access to records or information pertaining to an individual and contained in a system of records may be available to that individual depending on the circumstances of a particular request:
(2) Inspection in person may be arranged during the regular business hours of the DOE in the office specified by the
(c) If the
(1) To designate in writing a physician or mental health professional to whom he would like the records to be disclosed; or
(2) To submit a signed statement by his physician or a mental health professional indicating that, in his view, disclosure of the requested records or information directly to the individual will not have an adverse effect upon the individual. If the individual refuses to designate a physician or mental health professional, or to submit a signed statement from his physician or mental health professional as provided in paragraphs (c) (1) and (2) of this section, the request will be considered denied, and the appeal rights provided in § 1008.11 will be available to the individual.
(e) The DOE will, as required by subsection (d)(1), assure an individual's right “to review his or her record and have a copy made of all or any portion thereof in a form comprehensible to him.” However, original records will be made available to individuals only under the supervision of the