No dosimeters for 3,000 via The Japan Times

Co.’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant without carrying dosimeters in the early days of the crisis, a health ministry source said Tuesday.

For 17 days starting March 15, 2011, after the crisis started four days earlier, there is no record of dosimeters having been given to 3,077 workers at the plant, out of the 7,766 who worked there during that period, the source said.

As an emergency step, only leaders of work teams carried dosimeters on their clothes, the source said.

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