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Rope access professionals do a range of jobs, from cleaning building facades to executing rescues.

To do their job, they dangle from high-rise buildings by just a rope

These technicians risk their lives every time they go to work, and go to great lengths to perform tasks few dare to, in places ...

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If you think it’s unsafe for your buddies, yourself, raise it up. If you think that someone is pushing beyond his means to physical harm, do so. I think that’s the way we maintain realistic training and give comfort to our parents.

Singapore Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen

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MOH made a judgement call, balancing the various considerations. It is arguable that MOH should have made a different call. But I reject any allegation that MOH sought to cover up the incident.

Singapore Health Minister Gan Kim Yong

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My stance on the issue is that if it is a truly falsified document, I am principally against it as anyone should be. But I believe the explanation from Marzuki's side has already been given.

Malaysia's Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman on the controversy surrounding Deputy Foreign Minister Marzuki Yahya’s academic qualifications

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People think that we’re construction workers or that we’re having fun on the ropes. But everybody agrees that it’s dangerous.

Technician trainer Richard Seah

Mr Richard Seah, with 11 years of rope access experience, is a trainer and a safety officer.
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Asking a 5-year-old to move across Singapore by himself might be a stretch, but I hope it doesn't discourage Singaporean parents from embracing a more open mindset in general and allow their children to find themselves in new situations and learn from them.

Dr Foo Koong Hean, an adjunct senior lecturer at James Cook University

Charlotte's first task was to bring her brother’s jiu-jitsu belt to his class 470m away in Katong.
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