1969 年 4 巻 1 号 p. 13-23
Since there was no precedent in the management of radiation control in Japan from the standpoint of commercial power station, we were obliged to grope in the dark in establishing a policy at our station at first. Not being expert by nature it was necessary for us to deal with problems open-heartedly as unique matters which would crop up one after another in the course of practical business at site.
Anyhow we were able to set our business in the right direction at present by conducting to suit the circumstances of our station though we were forced to make rules in various respects in attaining normal operation.
An interesting experience gained at Tokai station has been compiled in this manuscript on the actual conditions of radiation control and the problems we had in mind during the period from the initial stage of operation to normal operation of the station based on the article introduced at the third research presentation meeting and we would like to present it to you all for a new trial.