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Supersonic

Given the recent incidents and sudden deaths, I think we should live life to the fullest and meaningfully.

 

Love our family and friends, including our MCF bros here.

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Supersonic

Regardless 2, 3 or even last. They should not be allowed onto the track.

 

Since young we were all taught not to stand too near the road kerb. Car might knock us down. Correct me if I am wrong.

 

Ok nothing much to cmoment here. Except to accept the fact and move on.

chill Bro...I read the news oso feel pek chek. We're certainly saddened by this.

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Hypersonic

Given the recent incidents and sudden deaths, I think we should live life to the fullest and meaningfully.

 

Love our family and friends, including our MCF bros here.

Yes yes ... true ... i love u too
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I need bros' assistance to help me understand the following phrase:

 

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/standard-protocol-for/2626070.html

 

"Normally when that happens there's track access, they request for track authorisation from the Operations Control Centre. When given, they will then proceed to the track. In this instance, that was given. The power was supposed to be switched off when they reached the location but unfortunately the accident happened before they actually reached the site where they were supposed to do the investigation," he said."

 

so...what happens if the power was switched off? the train would not move anymore?

 

if not, does that mean that the procedure to prevent accidents from happening is inherently dangerous?

 

the purpose of their going to the track is described as "investigation". does that mean they were not supposed to have done anything that could have changed the outcome of events?

 

there is a logical leap which i cannot follow. please enlighten me.

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Supersonic

Yes yes ... true ... i love u too

Bro I run out of power liao. Feel very 感动 le. Love you too!

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Turbocharged

i wonder what is the incident... time to go EDMW see see rook rook...

 

 

 

 

wa

 

 

http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/eat-drink-man-woman-16/breaking-2-smrt-staff-have-died-accident-near-pasir-ris-station-5328895.html

Unbelievable suck thing can happen in Spore 1st world country. Thought, it happened in some 3rd world country. How to aim for HK standard. With tis unsolved signalling,, problems after problems got to tkk.

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Supersonic

You know what B means in China? Maybe he is referring to that 'B'.

 

 

On another note, 15 people at one time with trains still running seems odd. Considering that if they were OJT they would need to crowd around the maintenance point to watch what is going on.

 

The 15 men probably comprises of different teams of 4-5men, including OJT, incharge of different technical aspects of the rail be it electrical, mechanical, signal, etc. In order not to waste time all of them are mobilized to investigate what triggered the alarm. You know how sensitive ppl are to long intervals of train disruptions or delays.

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Turbocharged

I need bros' assistance to help me understand the following phrase:

 

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/standard-protocol-for/2626070.html

 

"Normally when that happens there's track access, they request for track authorisation from the Operations Control Centre. When given, they will then proceed to the track. In this instance, that was given. The power was supposed to be switched off when they reached the location but unfortunately the accident happened before they actually reached the site where they were supposed to do the investigation," he said."

 

so...what happens if the power was switched off? the train would not move anymore?

 

if not, does that mean that the procedure to prevent accidents from happening is inherently dangerous?

 

the purpose of their going to the track is described as "investigation". does that mean they were not supposed to have done anything that could have changed the outcome of events?

 

there is a logical leap which i cannot follow. please enlighten me.

There is this walkway beside the track for them to walk to the designated site to perform whatever investigation. So even if the train is approaching, they will not be knocked down unless someone get on the track.

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Supersonic

The workers mobilize to fault find probably have clamber onto the track before the accident happened.

 

http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/smrt-accident-2-men-were-part-of-group-of-15-led-by-supervisor-and-walking

With the pics given by news media there were ample space to move along the track with ease.

smrtgraphic2.jpg

 

If we look at the SCDF officers doing their job it doesn't seem all that narrow.

37837948_-_22_03_2016_-_pixmrt22.jpg?ito

 

 

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Twincharged

Smrt prove me wrong if you dare.

 

" we will relook at the safety protocol. Safety is our utmost concern. The negligent personnel/s have been severely deal with by warning and monetary diciplined. The names shall not be reveal to protect theor family members".

 

The SGH, mindef (smoke grenade case). One template apply across the board.

I just saw the channel 5 news. Exactly what I said. We can be million dollar minister.
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Supersonic

In my working industry. We call this lock out, tag out. Normally the person working on it will lock out. Others will not able to turn ON.

 

Thanks, I was just making a point about safety protocols.

 

A lockdown or lockout will prevent any accidental turning on of power.

 

Other industries will have their own lockdown procedures.

 

If you go slack, then bad things happened and someone must take responsibilities.

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Twincharged

Yes yes ... true ... i love u too

No matter pages of RIP we type here also won't bring comfort to the deceased families member.

 

This episode teaches us to love and terasure our blessings. Since is car forum. Drive safe everyone.

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Twincharged

Seems like they were supposed to do something on one track (which was shut down) then for whatever reason crossed into the opposite track which still had trains running?

 

They didn't cross the track and they took the right path.

The train was also in the right direction.

Just a very sad accident that took place.

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Hypersonic

They didn't cross the track and they took the right path.

The train was also in the right direction.

Just a very sad accident that took place.

Oh the electricity wasn't shut down to the train?

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Turbocharged

Do you guys know what is the meaning of SMRT means in Czech?

 

Go GOOGLE . It means DEATH

SMRT need to change the name.

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Twincharged

Oh the electricity wasn't shut down to the train?

 

No, train was moving into the station.

Desmond Kuek said such practices have been carried out routinely.

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Turbocharged

i'm extremely disappoint with this cow

 

look at what he said on his fb

 

self congrats and celebrates some bo liao milestone first

 

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