1,600 workers projected over radiation limit via The Japan Times online

Tokyo Electric Power Co. estimated in spring that about 1,600 workers at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant would be exposed to radiation exceeding 50 millisieverts during the course of the crisis, an industrial accident prevention body revealed.

The projection was revealed Tuesday by the nonprofit organization Tokyo Occupational Safety and Health Center, which sought disclosure of the note, dated April 25, via a freedom of information request.

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原子力安全・保安院、技術者不足の懸念から4月に被ばく規制の運用見直しを要請 via FNNニュース

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