Japanese companies admit that hiring foreign workers to Fukushima decontamination once denied.

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 Japanese companies admit that hiring foreign workers to Fukushima decontamination once denied.


According to the Japanese news network, Tokyo electric power company announced in May 1st that after a preliminary investigation, 6 foreign interns were found to work in the facilities of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Tokyo electric power company said that since last November, 6 foreigners interns have been engaged in the construction of facilities such as rubble and other incineration facilities. However, the Tokyo electric power company did not announce the nationality of the 6 foreigners. Tokyo electric power company once denied last years news that Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station used to hire foreigners interns at the nuclear leak site. Tokyo electric power company points out that the 6 aliens interns do not belong to the heavy radiation areas, but the practice clearly violates the basic rules and will investigate the employees who employ these foreigners. Tokyo electric company also acknowledged that, in addition to the 6 foreigners, there are other foreigners working at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, which is now being further investigated. In order to solve the shortage of construction sites, agriculture, aquatic products processing industry and other enterprises, the Japanese government introduced the labor force of some developing countries in the name of technical research. Because of poor treatment and low wages, the Japanese graduate student system has been criticized by public opinion. According to the Japanese economic news website, a construction company in Iwate County, Japan, used the Japanese government to introduce labor from Vietnam, using the Japanese governments system of foreign technology trainees. However, some workers were dispatched to Fukushima as skills trainee, where nuclear waste disposal was carried out. Japanese media reported that Japans own people were not willing to go to Fukushima to remove pollution, and the Japanese industry had repeatedly advertised, but no one came to it. As a result, the technical trainee system has become a major way for Japanese workers to employ foreign workers for decontamination. However, those Vietnamese workers who were sent to nuclear pollution sites did not know that their workplace was Fukushimas nuclear radiation area. Source: overseas web editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 According to the Japanese economic news website, a construction company in Iwate County, Japan, used the Japanese government to introduce labor from Vietnam, using the Japanese governments system of foreign technology trainees. However, some workers were dispatched to Fukushima as skills trainee, where nuclear waste disposal was carried out. Japanese media reported that Japans own people were not willing to go to Fukushima to remove pollution, and the Japanese industry had repeatedly advertised, but no one came to it. As a result, the technical trainee system has become a major way for Japanese workers to employ foreign workers for decontamination. However, those Vietnamese workers who were sent to nuclear pollution sites did not know that their workplace was Fukushimas nuclear radiation area.