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Company Response

9 Mar 2015

Author:
Paladin Energy

Paladin Energy's response

"Paladin Response to Comments by Bruno Chareyron, Head of CRIIRAD"

…[E]mployees at Kayelekera Mine are being exposed to radiation levels that are much less than the international limit for occupational doses and which are comparable to dose levels that can be found - due to natural background radiation - in many other parts of the world. To suggest that Kayelekera Mine employees, or the community, should require treatment or compensation for health risks associated with exposure to such low level occupational radiation is simply imprudent and misleading.