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A resident at Pasir Ris ONE DBSS is caught on video hoisting a solar panel up to his apartment on the higher floors disregarding the safety of others at the development. Facebook user Royson Emmanuel Kwan in sharing the video said that the act was stupid because there is a preschool below where the solar panel was hoisted.

“You need to take safety measures and seek HDB and SCDF approvals for such works,” said Royson. Adding: “A safety officer must be present and barricades must be in place.”

That’s besides the point, u need to take safety measures. You must seek HDB and SCDF approval for such works. Safety Officer must be present, and Barricades must be in place.

People who responded to his post expressed surprise and shock.

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