We undertook an investigation
Imran Yusuf, who has performed some 500 comedy shows in the past three years in his determination to build a stand-up career, has played to a room for about 50 people in the Laughing Horse Free Fringe. He was nominated for the Best Newcomer prize, worth ?5,000.He said his afternoon show, An Audience with Imran Yusuf, worked from the premise that "regardless of what you look like, who you are, or where you come from, what ultimately defines us is our behaviour".Yusuf was meeting agents and producers yesterday for career "strategising" after a string of top reviews and the awards nomination. Yusuf was one of six names in contention for the Newcomer slot, including Asher Treleaven, Gareth Richards, the sketch group Late Night Gimp Fight!, Roisin Conaty and The Boy With Tape On His Face, played by comic Sam Wills.
An NII report said: "We undertook an investigation into the incident to seek to establish the cause, consider future preventative measures and identify any regulatory breaches."An industry source said: "This was a fairly routine exercise. The workers had obviously planned the movement of the material and what the radiation doses to the workers would be."Afterwards, when monitoring was done, the levels of radiation were supposedly seen to be higher than planned for and therefore the dose received by the workers higher than planned."It was still well within the limits, but the question for the HSE now is whether there has been a breach of the law."
Picture: A Dounreay spokesman said: "We are aware that the NII has submitted a report, and cannot say much more at this stage. Generally, we learn lessons for all events involving safety at the site and will implement recommendations from them to reduce the risk of repeat occurrences."The NII has also highlighted a fire at the Dounreay site in May. It involved bags of sodium residue that had earlier been removed from pipework during work to decommission the nuclear complex.No-one was hurt and Dounreay Site Restoration Limited (DSRL) said no workers received radiation doses.The NII said: "NII carried out an initial investigation in June.