We've seen pictures of the workers at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear plant who wear protective gear while on the job. While radiation levels are extremely high, this specialized clothing and other articles do afford some protection.
But how do they remove their protective layers--which are surely hot with radiation--without contaminating themselves during the removal process?
|Removing Protective Gear at the San Onofre Nuclear Generator|
Is it the same process as shown above? Wouldn't that be the most hazardous part of the Fukushima job?
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