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Today In Radiation Safety History

On March 23, 2003 a contamination event occurred at the Ranger Uranium mine in the Northern Territory of Australia. At least 28 workers fall ill after uranium process water pipes was accidentally connected to drinking and shower water at the Ranger Uranium Mine in Kakadu National Park. Workers were exposed to 400 times the 'legal' concentrations of uranium in the water, and suffer headaches, nausea, vomiting and skin irritations. The mine was closed for a number of weeks. The Northern Territory Minister for Mines and Energy refers the process water contamination incident to the Department of Justice for prosecution, and in May 2005 fined in mine owner $150,000. A report finds that 159 workers were potentially exposed to contaminated water.