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Message Subject *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
Poster Handle Southern OR
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Staffing Issues & Future Plans Dog TEPCO & Fukushima Daiichi

November 30th, 2012
Workers at the plant have frequently complained about the lack of enough current staff and the impending problems of not being able to attract new workers. Nuclear workers from other plants generally do not want to go work at Daiichi’s hazardous conditions. The working conditions at the plant have been well publicized. Workers sent out without dosimeters, told to fake their exposure readings and being pressured to go into situations even when the risk level changed. Workers fought for months without safety buildings they could go to in order to cool down, rest or go to the bathroom. Proper equipment has also been in short supply and only provided after someone died or the news media pushed the issue. It is no wonder workers are not lining up to go work at the plant.

TEPCO has no clear plan to attract more workers yet considerable work is ahead for the next 40 years to control and dismantle the plant. TEPCO still has not made any effort to locate the melted fuel from units 1 – 3. After Chernobyl efforts were made to find the remaining melted fuel within the first year of the disaster and succeeded even with 1980′s technology.
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 Quoting: Southern OR

good catch hun :)

you forgot the "--end snip--"



seriously though, i'm wondering what's around the corner given the latest press releases....
 Quoting: Citizenperth

I have been wondering the same thing. Seems they only put things out when there is no other alternative. Seems the world will know of the incompetence of the corporation. It's really sad that they were a private corporation when they were profitable, but as soon as the shit hit the fan, they became nationalized for the debt. The people of Japan get screwed twice with that one. They not only have to deal with the radiation, but they get to help fund the clean up.
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