Workers Tell Media Of Questionable Contracts, Dosimeters That Error In High Radiation

Frontal 21 has another expose on Fukushima Daiichi. They have spoken to workers who explained even more dangerous work conditions and questionable contracts.

A German news team went to Fukushima and interviewed a worker from the plant. He showed them the work contract that he had to sign. It says that he
is not allowed to give interviews or talk to the press. He earns between 80 and 100 Euro each day. He said in order to get extra incentives for
dangerous work, they made him sign that he won`t sue if he gets sick. He also said that they are not being told exactly where the no-go-zones are
and there are no barricades or signs to warn them. He said he has a Geigermeter, but when he gets near the building 1 it shows ERROR the whole time.”

“The dosimeters the worker told the journalists they only measure in the range of mykrosievert”.

Many thanks to Liz and Andrea for the translations.

If workers dosimeters are throwing errors in high radiation zones and they don’t know where hot spots are, it is impossible to be safe. This information comes on the heels of the web cam finger pointing guy confronting TEPCO at a press conference and accusing them of having Yakuza members working at the plant.

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