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Japan nuclear crisis response was confused and blighted by poor communication

 

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26 Dec 2011

The response to Japan's nuclear crisis triggered by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami was confused and blighted by a failure to communicate, according to a new report.

The 507-page interim report is based on interviews with more than 450 people directly involved in efforts to get the crippled Fukushima Daiichi plant under control after it was struck by the 32-foot-high tsunami.

The report highlights that fact that Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of the plant, the Nuclear Industrial and Safety Agency and the Japanese government even failed to appreciate the scale of any potential disaster as the plant was only designed to withstand a tsunami of 20 feet.

The initial crisis was exacerbated when staff mishandled the emergency cooling system in the No. 3 reactor and were unable to comprehend the status of the cooling system in the No. 1 reactor.

The report pointedly criticised the operators for using the term "outside our imagination" for the events of March 11 in an effort to avoid responsibility. By describing the crisis as beyond what might have been considered possible, the company had brought public distrust on itself and the nuclear industry.

The report found that staff on duty at the plant were not trained to handle a power failure, such as was caused when the tsunami destroyed backup generators.

There were no systematic procedures to follow and staff at the plant failed to communicate with colleagues at the site, their headquarters and the government.

Workers also failed to realise that coolant water to the reactors had been disrupted, despite warning indicators that the nuclear cores were melting down.

The government also came in for strong criticism for failing to release information to the public and for using "evasive" language to avoid confirming that the reactors had melted down.

Failure to disclose data also meant that people living close to the plant were exposed to radiation instead of being evacuated.

The full report is scheduled to be completed next summer and will highlight a host of other failures – from insufficient batteries for mobile phones within the plant to confusion in the government because two teams set up to handle the crisis in Tokyo were not communicating.

 

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