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COLLAPSED GOAL POST THAT KILLED STUDENT WAS NOT A SAFETY CONCERN IN SAFETY CHECKS

The collapsed goal post was bought in 2014 and it had a back bar which could enhance its stability. But the back bar had corroded by April this year, the very month that it fell on Hambali. The back bar is an optional requirement and it is not compulsory for goal posts to have them, and audits had earlier been conducted in the school last year and this year that found the affected goal post as not a safety concern.

The school now has signs to remind students not to push, pull or hang from goal posts.

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OKP WON TENDER FOR PIE VIADUCT DUE TO ITS 'GOOD TRACK RECORD'

In a sign that our Ministers and the men in white are losing touch with reality, Senior Minister of State for Transport Lam Pin Min told Parliament today that Or Kim Peow Contractors won the bid for the building of the PIE viaduct because they had the lowest tender price, and they had a good track record.

Dr Lam said OKP’s bid was not disqualified, given that the Manpower Ministry was still investigating the 2015 fatal accident at one of its work sites in Yio Chu Kang.

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LIM SWEE SAY: HIGHWAY COLLAPSE COULD'VE BEEN AVOIDED, DON'T OVERLOOK WORKPLACE SAFETY

Responding to the recent highway collapse near PIE which left 1 dead and 10 injured, Minister for Manpower Lim Swee Say said it was a man-made incident that could be avoided if everyone paid enough attention to workplace safety. DUH.

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WOMAN'S BDAY CAKE COLLAPSED, SAYS BAKERY DID NOT TELL HER TO PUT IT IN AIRCON ROOM

A woman who ordered a two-tiered cake for her daughter's birthday was enraged that it collapsed before she could even cut it. She blamed the bakery for not making it strong enough and not telling her to put it in an aircon room. She got a 20% refund but was still frustrated at the baker's service attitude.

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COLLAPSED HIGHWAY CONTRACTOR SAVED ON MANPOWER BY OVERWORKING ITS STAFF

A netizen who has friends in OKP Holdings, the company responsible for the collapsed highway, revealed that the firm pays OT to its staff to encourage them to work longer hours. Their goal to hire as little manpower as possible backfired as workers were left more tired from their long shifts. Look at what happened.

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HUMAN ERROR THE CAUSE OF HIGHWAY COLLAPSE?

It was suggested that the collapse happened because there could have been an error in the design, or the structures were not constructed to design specifications. If despite stringent checks and counter checks done to ensure this does not occur, but yet it still did, then questions would have to be asked of the structural engineers who did the checks. Another reason could have been ground movement, but again, this would have been checked before works are carried out.

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COLLAPSED HIGHWAY CONTRACTOR OWNED BY PAP GRASSROOTS LEADERS

Or Kim Peow Contractor is the firm responsible for building the highway along Upper Changi Rd, but what's interesting is, it is owned by OKP Holdings Pte Ltd, whose Chairman and Directors are grassroots leaders! Chairman Or Kim Peow is in Potong Pasir CCC and was awarded Public Service Awards a few times before. His 3 sons are Directors of the company (surprise surprise!) and were similarly awarded for their contributions to public service. How come so many big shots but still cannot ensure safety precautions, still kena fined, still got lapse? What are they going to do about it now that they kena so many accidents? Eh pls la, make sure you run your company properly first before boasting about your involvement in "serving the community"!

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MAN DRIVING FROM S'PORE DIES AFTER COLLAPSING AT JB CUSTOMS

56 year old Malaysian Yam Kok Kong was pronounced dead after collapsing at Johor Bahru's immigration clearance last Thursday. He was riding a bike from Singapore and doing his routine thumbprint scan at the Bangunan Sultan Abu Bakar Customs Immigration and Quarantine Complex when he suddenly collapsed.

Nothing could be done although many passers by went to his aid. He was pronounced dead at the scene and reportedly suffered from a heart attack.

Yam was a project engineer in Tuas. He had been travelling safely to and from Malaysia and Singapore for the past 38 years. #LifeIsShort #RIP

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