TEPCO says it has lost contact with 143 nuclear plant workers

August 11, 2011TOKYO — Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said Thursday that it has not been able to locate 143 individuals working to restore the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant since May. The utility said it has no idea if the 143 have been exposed to radiation and to what level. According to a report from TEPCO given to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, TEPCO hired many of the workers through subcontractors from all over Japan for limited periods and kept no records of their addresses. On any given day, TEPCO said it has had up to 1,000 workers on rotating schedules at the stricken power plant. Asahi Geino reported in May that subcontractors were hiring day laborers to work at the plant. The daily remuneration was three times that of regular day jobs if within the grounds of the reactor complex, and 1.5 times higher if within the wider area now restricted due to high radioactivity. While safety measures are in place to keep workers’ daily exposure to radiation within safe levels, claims for compensation due to sickness from overexposure are unlikely to be paid out, the magazine reported. –Japan Today
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24 Responses to TEPCO says it has lost contact with 143 nuclear plant workers

  1. luisport says:

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    Report: 17 microsieverts/hr detected on cars from Japan — Russia rejects shipment http://bit.ly/n41Or0 #Fukushima
    há 47 minutos

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  2. luisport says:

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    ABC: Japan’s nuclear agency hides children’s radiation results http://bit.ly/oA8QbU #Fukushima
    há 2 horas

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  3. luisport says:

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    Paper: Group wants radiation tests done in Canada — Health Canada calls 300 times background leve http://bit.ly/qlqtVf #Fukushima
    há 17 minutos

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  4. luisport says:

    ENENEWS Energy News
    Report: “Severe internal exposure” — 252,422 Becquerels of radioactive cesium detected in person http://bit.ly/qAtpfQ #Fukushima
    há 6 minutos

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  5. luisport says:

    Magnitude mb 6.0
    Region EASTERN HONSHU, JAPAN
    Date time 2011-08-11 18:22:06.7 UTC
    Location 37.20 N ; 140.98 E
    Depth 60 km
    Distances 19 km NE Iwaki (pop 357,309 ; local time 03:22:06.7 2011-08-12)
    33 km S Namie (pop 21,866 ; local time 03:22:06.7 2011-08-12)

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  6. Luca says:

    Depressing.

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  7. Chondra says:

    Hey TEPCO…the worker’s you lost contact with….ARE DEAD!

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  8. morgean23 says:

    As so it continues…. this is horrible and what really upsets me is that I turned on the nightly news and they are talking about baby boomers getting face-lifts! This is during Dianne Sawyer’s eve program. Really?? Then they mention something about a plane that was “lost” – then focused on how fast it could travel – you could get from NY to CA in 12 minutes. Yeah! I mean, come on, today my cell phone is not working well, computer having problems…. the world really is splitting into two – dissolving in front of our eyes and it is not being reported Thank goodness we have this wonderful blog – thank you Alvin! Not sure how much longer we will be able to log on based on my technology problems today. Love and light to all that read and contribute here.

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    • NickK0 says:

      “I turned on the nightly news and they are talking about baby boomers getting face-lifts! This is during Dianne Sawyer’s eve program. Really?? ”
      This is what passes for “Main Stream Media” nowadays. 😡

      – Nick

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  9. Dennis E. says:

    Day labors who are expendable and who needs to be concerned about them?
    They didn’t even keep their addresses.
    C’MON MAN!!

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  10. morgean23 says:

    And their / OUR children working in the fields picking berries in the US….

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  11. morgean23 says:

    Apologies, Alvin – I know I’m off topic but in my mind one thing did lead to the next……..

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  12. Gen says:

    TEPCO or FIASCO

    Definition of fiasco: a complete and ignominious failure.

    Men (and women) jump in to all manner of marvelous things, giving no heed to consequences when the unforeseen happens. Unfortunately, most will never learn. Hopefully as individuals we can learn.

    Ditto science, politics, world finance. The list goes on.

    Pray unto God through Jesus Christ for guidance in ALL things.

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  13. RainMan says:

    We had two news stories last week reported at the same time. One was the Fed. gov. were going to send one dozen refugee children to Malaysia ‘unacompanied’ (under the new refugee swap deal), their was a little uproar, but the bigger story was the live cattle imports to Malaysia. They were halted because the cattle were ‘stressed and not happy, very cruel’. Really, now figure that one out…….

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    • Pagan says:

      I do see your point & do not agree with the Australian Government’s Malaysian solution to illegals entering the country, however the children were not going into brutal Indonesian abatoirs to be tortured & inhumanely killed.

      Blessings

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  14. luisport says:

    ENENEWS Energy News
    166,000,000 Bq/m² of radioacttve iodine, cesium at 21.2 million detected by researchers 4 km from Fuku http://bit.ly/paHd5g #Fukushima
    há 53 minutos » ENENEWS Energy News
    Krypton-85 and xenon-131m detected in samples from Reactor No. 2 — Xenon-131m has half life of only 12 days http://bit.ly/oh4o7b #Fukushima
    há 2 horas

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  15. luisport says:

    ENENEWS Energy News
    Tweets from Japan: “When we wash their hair, it comes off in a clump — It is really scary” http://t.co/CtcKQxD #Fukushima
    há 17 minutos My God! Alvin we can’t make this story dies! Thank you so much! http://2012forum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=22739&p=408100#p408100

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  16. nickk0 says:

    If people in Japan are losing their hair in clumps….. Well, it is obvious we are talking about Severe radiation exposure.

    I THINK WHAT WILL HAPPEN at some point, is that when these ongoing events in Japan start to ‘get out of control’ (aren’t they already?), and it will end up in the MainStream Media again……other countries / Governments, will start to pressure the Japanese government, to permit an international effort, to help manage the crisis.

    We can’t possibly relocate all of Japan or the Japanese people. Where the Hell are they supposed to go ?? Are we to fence off the Japanese islands as a wasteland now ??
    The only thing that will help at this point, is an INTERNATIONAL response from mankind, to help the Japanese to ‘seal off’ Fukushima, ‘as much as possible’.
    * * * * It is NO longer ‘business as usual’, folks, no matter how hard those in charge, try to make it out to be. * * * *

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    • luisport says:

      It’s not in mainstream media and i think it will be hard to come to because the countries are making a info blackout… i don’t understand why…

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  17. luisport says:

    ENENEWS Energy News
    Asahi: “Horrifying” that Fukushima meltdown equivalent to almost 30 times the atomic bomb dropped http://t.co/0vV296f #Fukushima
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  18. luisport says:

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    Radioactive Clouds: Rainout of hot particles to continue for another year — Not just in Pacific northwest, http://t.co/VcXbl0Y #Fukushima
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  19. luisport says:

    ENENEWS Energy News
    Report: Neptunium-239 found in soil about 40 km from meltdown — “Several thousand becquerels” — http://t.co/XID9CRd #Fukushima
    há 2 horas

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