Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Construction and work mistakes To hear from TEPCO Regulatory Committee Nov. 6 18:21
Regarding the fact that there are a number of mistakes in construction and work at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, the NRA hears talks about TEPCO's work flow, etc., because there may be a shortage of manpower It was decided.
At the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, in June, the construction of the transmission line of Units 5 and 6 resulted in incorrect smoke, and troubles such as the device not moving during the removal of spent nuclear fuel proceeding at Unit 3 continued. The
In addition, it has also been clarified that banned hydration facilities have been installed in areas where radioactive materials are controlled, and the NRA is resident in Fukushima Prefecture at the regular meeting on the 6th. We interviewed the inspector about the working status of TEPCO.
In this case, the inspector touched on an example of transmission line smoking, explaining that the TEPCO employees were unable to confirm the final site and could not prevent mistakes.
As for the background, he expressed his perception that there was a growing atmosphere to cut down on human resources at the power plant site amidst demands for cost reductions, and expressed his view that verification was necessary.
Mr. Toyoshi Sarada, chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, clarified the idea of hearing from the TEPCO executives about the situation in the field, such as manpower, because there is a possibility that the lack of human resources may lead to mistakes. , “I want to ask TEPCO if there is any solution for the solution.”