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Pages From Pages From C143465-01 - April 7th, 2011 - Radiation Safety Hazard at 30Kmn Radius for Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power PLant

Pages From Pages From C143465-01 - April 7th, 2011 - Radiation Safety Hazard at 30Kmn Radius for Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power PLant

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From:
RMTPACTSU
ELNRC
To:
LIA06
Hoc;
LIAll
Hoc;
LIA01
Hoc;
LIA07
Hoc;
LIA02
Hoc;
LIA08
Hoc;
LIA12
Hoc;
Harrinaton.
Holly;
McIntyre,
Dyjid;
Burnell,
Scott;
ET07
Hoc
Subject:
FW:
Radiation
Safety Hazard
at
30Kmn
Radius
for Dai-Ichi
Nuclear
Power
PLant
Date:
Thursday,
April
07,
2011
2:28:22
PM
Attachments:
Radiation
Dose
at
30
Km.Dobt
From:
Hughart,
Joe
Sent:
Thursday,
April
07,
2011
6:21
AM
To:
DARTPACTSU;RMTPACTSU
Cc:
Cohen,
Harold(GC/DCHA)[USAID];
Catlin, Steve(DCHA/OFDA)
[USAID];
john.holland@foh.hhs.gov;
kiel.fisher@foh.hhs.gov;
timothy.jiggens@foh.hhs.gov;
bradley.christ@foh.hhs.gov;
martin.sanders@foh.hhs.gov
Subject:
Radiation
Safety
Hazard
at
30Km
Radius
for Dai-Ichi Nuclear
Power
PLant
One
of
the
more
exciting
aspects
of a
DART
CBRNEOfficer's
job
is
poring
through
reams
of
monitoring
data
on
a
daily
basis.
Monitoring
data
provided
by
the Government
of
Japan
indicates thatseveralstations
located along
the
northwest side
of
the
Japanese
30-kilometerradius
from
the
Dai
Ichi
nuclear
powerplant
have shownsteadily
increasing
accumulated
doses
for
beta
and
gamma
radiation
(please
see
page
1
of
attachment).
Comparing
these
accumulated
doses
to
US
occupational
and
general
public
health
standards
indicates
that
several
of
the
standards
have
been exceeded,
and
that
radiation
in
the
vicinityof Monitoring
Point
32
east
of
Fukushima
City
poses
a
public
health
hazard
(please
see
page
2
at
the
attachment).TheGovernment
of
Japan
established
a
20-kilometer
(12-mile)
evacuation zone
around
the
site.
Japanese
citizens
living
20
to
30
kilometers
from
the
site
havebeenadvised
to
remain indoors.
The
30-kilometerradius around
the
site
may not
adequately
protect
the
health
of
DART
and other
U.S.
Government employees
working
outdoors.The accumulated
radiation
doses
in
the
vicinity of Monitoring
Point
32
are consistent
with
elevatedpen
dosimeter
readingsissued
toa
DART
Military
Liaison officer
stationedat Sendai
in
March
2011.
Japanese
SPEEDI
air monitoring
data also
show
elevated
doses
of
ionizing
radiation
being
carried
by
winds
from
the
Dai-lchi
nuclearpower
plant
northwest
to
the
vicinity
of
Monitoring
Point
32.
Therefore,
I
recommend
that
DART
staff
continue
to
adhere
to
the
U.S.
Embassy's
recommendation
for
Americans
to remain
outside
a
50-mile
radius
from
the
site,
especially whenplanning
field
assessments
that
require
travel
throughFukushima
Prefecture.
Best,
Joe
Hughart
CAPT USPHS
USAID OFDA
MLU
CBRNE
Officer
ihughart~ofda.gov
 
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