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This is why we have Health & Safety rules
at least 100 killed when cigarette butt is thrown into an open sewer that was filling up with fuel from a leaking petrol tank
Public transport buses in Glasgow (FirstBus) have notices saying 'Press bell in good time, and wait till bus stops before leaving your seat.'If this were to be obeyed,bus timetables would have to reviewed...BIG TIME!
A pipeline leak can occur at any time, and all the H&S rules in world are not going to prevent that, except ones that apply to maintenance.
If there were a major petrol pipeline leak in any deprived area in this country many people, and I certainly include myself (a retired H&S officer, you will recall!) among them, would rush to fill any containers they could.
morrdywd - that doesn't appear to me to be wise or safe...apart from that, it would be theft. Have you lost your senses?...or is it a wind up.
The Mythbusters found it virtually impossible to set light to spilled fuel with a cigarette butt.
Yes, some countries have a different view on H&S!
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If the butt lands in the fumes yes that would be the case, but if it lands just outside the pool and fumes from the fuel pass over the cigarette then it can catch light.
In the case I doubt anyone will know what's happened because the immediate area is pretty much totalled.
There are far too many of these accidents in Africa, where the oil companies run pipelines above ground for huge distances through residential areas. Often the explosion is caused when someone has attacked the pipeline deliberately so they can steal the oil, then the leaking oil is ignited somehow, destroying a neighbourhood and killing dozens.
This is a list from Nigeria
It has become fashionable to mock health and safety rules, and it's undoubtedly true that there are occasions when they invite ridicule, but.....
One hundred and seventy one people were killed in accidents at work in the year 2010/11. That's 17% lower than the average for the past five years. In terms of the rate of fatal injuries, the latest figure of 0.6 per 100,000 workers is 14% lower than the five-year average rate of 0.7.
It looks as if safety rules are having an effect.
Your link doesn't want to work, I think this is what you meant
Just posted this in another thread above. under Just a Thought
OK you asked a Question, Just think about this one from when I was in Wales Last Week went to Betwis-is-Coid no Idea if that's how they spelled it, but hears the point about a BUS one of those that take old bidis out for a outing pulled up lets them off with front Near Side tyre showing that it was Half Bold had tread re-cut so that canvas was showing, when son in Law told him that is bus Driver about it, he said that there was two tyres on the back, worse than the front one. That's why you see buses down in a Ravine on TV with Lives lost
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