In-Focus: Japan – Osaka to begin test incineration of debris – ‘Something wrong’ in Tepco’s safety culture: Japan’s regulatory body chief

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‘Something wrong’ in Tepco’s safety culture: Japan’s regulatory body chief

Tokyo Electric Power Co. needs to improve its safety culture if it hopes to restart any of its idled reactors, the head of the Nuclear Regulation Authority signaled Wednesday.

NRC chief Shunichi Tanaka told reporters, “To tell the truth, I think there may be something wrong (with this utility).

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  1. Safety at Japan plants, hell the whole nuke industry from mining to plants and military. are not safe from too many threats from natural to terrorist.

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