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Rubbermaid cooler box to give away

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Posted by Ct3833 on 04 May 2019 - 01:17:32 PM

Hi, I have a rubbermaid cooler box to give away, have been keeping it for too long. The handle is a little degraded but otherwise functional. Good for those who wants to keep some cold beer for outing or bring kids for picnic.
Please PM me, pick up at hougang area. I am passing it on because of environmental friendliness reason. those who do not mind an old box please PM me or post it back here

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EHS Moment

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Posted by Carbon82 on 06 May 2019 - 09:28:39 AM

Safety Moment is a tool, used by some companies, to maintain a high level of awareness towards Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) issues, often in relation to the company operations.

 

It involve the sharing of an EHS topic, usually by safety representative within the team, prior to the start of a work shift and/or meeting. To make it effective, such briefing / discussion are kept short and sharp (typically lasting just 1 - 3 minutes), with the aim of recognizing hazards and risks, reinforcing the importance of health and safety, and get everyone gearing towards a positive safety culture.

 

I think it will be useful for MCF to have one, and let me start the ball rolling. Topic for today:
 
Do not leave the engine of your vehicle running when it is stationary
 
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In accordance to section 21 of Environmental Protection and Management (Vehicular Emissions) Regulations, vehicle driver shall stop the engine, when the vehicle is stationary for reasons other than traffic conditions. Failing to do so shall constitute to an offence under the said regulations.
 
While it might look like the authority (NEA) is finding fault with motorist, but in reality, leaving the engine on for an extended period have the following impact:

1) Polluting the environment (running engine emit harmful pollutants such as Hydrocarbons, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Oxides, as well as Particulate Matter)
 
2) Create health issue for other road users and general public in the vicinity (prolong inhaling of pollutants stated above may have adverse health effect over an extended period of time)
 
3) Depleting natural resources (continuous burning of fuel)
 
So please do our part, switch off the engine when waiting, to protect the environment and people around us.
 
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DHL driver stops vehicle to piggyback elderly man across...

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Posted by Cheesey74 on 17 May 2019 - 05:00:11 PM

Really more than words...  [thumbsup]

 

https://sg.news.yaho...-074324560.html

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10 years worth of photos...

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Posted by Wind30 on 03 May 2019 - 10:13:09 PM

In the beginning there is only my wife...

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Someone left a bag containing $40k on bus 63

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Posted by Stooky on 11 May 2019 - 12:09:32 PM

SINGAPORE - Bus driver Saw Cheong Seng did not pay much attention to a bag that a passenger handed to him on Friday morning (May 10) while he was driving service 63.
 
He gave it a quick glance and saw stacks of paper inside, which the 59-year-old thought were betting slips.
 
But after he completed his round at the Eunos Bus Interchange, the senior bus captain was stunned to find the bag had two stacks of $100 and $50 notes, each several centimetres thick. The money in the bag added up to $39,602.10.
 
 
The passenger, who handed the bag to Mr Saw at around 8.40am at the bus stop across the street from the Outram Park MRT station, had said another passenger had left it behind.
 
Mr Saw gave the bag with the money to the interchange manager.
 
The money was subsequently handed to the police, a spokesman for SBS Transit said, adding that a police report had been made.
 
Mr Saw, a bus driver with the company for 13 years, said he wanted to make sure every cent was returned to its rightful owner.

 

"I would not be able to sleep tonight if I took this sum of money that does not belong to me," he told The Straits Times in Chinese on Friday evening.
 
"I would feel troubled if my passengers are not able to get back their lost items, especially their money."
 
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First ITE graduate to get into NUS medical school

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Posted by Ender on 17 May 2019 - 10:58:27 PM

COE Bidding – 1st Round of May 2019

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Posted by Carbon82 on 03 May 2019 - 10:00:11 AM

Borneo motor cut sales staff comm

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Posted by StreetFight3r on 08 May 2019 - 11:44:53 AM

Checklist: Things to look out for when buying a place

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Posted by therock on 01 May 2019 - 02:13:29 AM

New Mobile MVNO telco.....Giga

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Posted by zipping on 18 May 2019 - 03:10:02 PM

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