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The objective of this study is to clarify the long-term health effects of radiation on the emergency workers involved during that period, based on a detailed evaluation of the radiation exposures and long-term monitoring. The potential subjects of the study are the approximately 20 workers who were engaged in emergency operations at FDNPP during the period described above.
During the first phase of this project, the first 5 years from , we plan to set up a research scheme and establish a cohort. To date, the establishment of the scheme for general health examinations is nearly complete. As of 31 January , emergency workers We will continue our efforts to recruit additional potential subjects during the first phase to maximize the size of the cohort.
The detailed decision-making process to enforce an ordinance that temporarily increased the allowed radiation exposure dose limit to mSv during the emergency was described by Yasui 1. After 14 March 2 , the Japanese Government established an exemption ordinance to increase the occupational dose limit from to mSv for those involved in emergency operations to mitigate the nuclear disaster.
The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare MHLW expressed concern about the possibility of acute radiation syndrome developing or local radiation injuries among the emergency workers. These guidelines for long-term healthcare called for cataract examinations to be held once a year for emergency workers whose radiation dose was higher than 50 mSv, and for cancer screenings to be held once a year for workers whose radiation dose was higher than mSv.
It is worth noting that a unique scheme of periodic medical examinations regulated by the Ordinance on the Prevention of Ionizing Radiation Hazards 6 exists in Japan. Employers have to implement medical examinations for workers who are currently engaged in radiation work and report a summary of their results to the Labour Standards Inspection Office. This press release revealed that the reported data were cross-sectional in nature without continuity and did not include information about age, medical history and lifestyle, such as descriptions of smoking status and alcohol consumption, which might be informative as potentially confounding variables.