San Francisco Chronicle
12, 2011 file photo, workers in protective suits gather near their lockers inside the emergency operation center at the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station in Okuma, Japan. Japanese labor officials said Sunday, July 22, 2012 that they are ..
Japan investigates alleged cover-up at nuclear plant
Christian Science Monitor
Workers in protective suits and masks wait to enter the emergency operation center at the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station in Okuma, Japan in November 2011. Japanese labor officials said they are investigating subcontractors on suspicion ...
|Radiation dosages 'falsified' / N-plant workers told to cover meters with lead to ...|
The Daily Yomiuri
1 nuclear power plant to cover their dosimeters with lead to indicate lower exposure levels, according to sources. The Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry searched several sites in Fukushima Prefecture on Saturday and confirmed working conditions at the ...
Japan Probes Nuke Plant Allegations
Companies brought on to aid the Japanese government in containing damage at a nuclear power plant in March 2011 may have told employees to underreport radiation levels. The government is probing the allegations coming out of the work done at the ..
The Daily Yomiuri - 3 hours ago
The health ministry is investigating allegations that a construction company ordered its workers at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant to cover their dosimeters with lead to indicate lower exposure levels, according to sources.
ABC Online - Jul 21, 2012
By Stefanie Menezes, wires A Japanese subcontractor working for the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant has admitted it asked workers to lie about radiation exposure. Fourteen employees from construction firm Build-Up, a subcontractor to plant owner Tokyo ...
NEWS.com.au - Jul 21, 2012
A SUBCONTRACTOR at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant told workers to lie about radiation exposure. An executive at construction firm Build-Up in December told about 10 of its workers to cover their dosimeters, used to measure cumulative ...
CNN - Jul 21, 2012
Tokyo (CNN) -- Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare is investigating a report that workers at the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant were told to use lead covers in order to hide unsafe radiation levels, an official said.
Herald Sun - Jul 21, 2012
A SUBCONTRACTOR at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant told workers to lie about possible high radiation exposure in an apparent effort to keep its contract, reports say. An executive at construction firm Build-Up in December told about 10 of its ...
Deutsche Welle - Jul 21, 2012
A subcontractor hired after the nuclear disaster at Fukushima is reported to have told workers to cover up devices meant to detect unsafe levels of radiation. Japan's health ministry is looking into the matter. Japan's health ministry says it will ...