Fukushima worker “Human-wave tactics will be needed, problem is if they can collect human workers”

Following up this article..Fukushima worker “Shortage of nuclear worker is becoming serious”

 

Having finished the radiation survey in reactor1 [Link], actual Fukushima worker Happy11311 tweeted like these below,,

 

 

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Tepco conducted the robot survey of reactor1 as they announced yesterday. We haven’t received the details of data (Tepco had not published the data at this time) yet, but sounds like the radiation level was high as usual. It was 4000mSv/h around where the steam was coming up from the pipe sleeve on the South-East side of the building last year.

*It was not 4000mSv/h, but 5000mSv/h. He misunderstood the number.

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Maybe it was 4700mSv/h last year, so it slightly decreased (* Because it was actually 5000mSv/h, it slightly increased. He misunderstood the number.) but human can never approach it yet. Today robot didn’t work at the beginning, the ending time was later than they scheduled. Anyway, we must rely on the robots at the highly contaminated places in reactor building for a while.

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Anyway, there are still a lot of highly radioactive places where human workers have to go. Probably we must take the “human-wave tactics” where is about 100 ~ 120 mSv/h. but the problem is if we can collect enough human workers, even now sub-contract companies are struggling to collect nuclear workers.

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