Another MRT construction accident last week at the Jalan Semantan MRT worksite has left one Bangladeshi worker dead, and another seriously injured. This is the third fatal accident at a MRT/LRT construction site in the past six months, which raises some serious concerns over safety standards and procedures.Here’s our cheat sheet to all the accidents that have been linked to MRT and LRT construction so far.Falling rebar, Jalan Semantan, February 2015In an official statement, MRT Corp said that “The workers were on the ground assembling a rebar (reinforcing bars) cage… during the assembly, the tie gave way. The rebars fell and hit the workers”. Rijaul Abdul Goni, 40, died on the spot while his compatriot identified as Shanaullah, 37, was sent to Kuala Lumpur Hospital.Scaffolding collapse, Kg Kuala Sungai Baru – 24 December 2014Two workers killed and four others injured after an eight metre formwork and scaffolding collapsed during concreting work. According to the Fire and Rescue Department, there were seven workers, from Indonesia and Bangladesh involved in the incident at the LRT extension worksite in Kampung Kuala Sungai Baru near Putra Heights, Subang Jaya. Prasarana also said the 8m high scaffolding that collapsed during the concreting of the deck slab was designed by a professional engineer and was properly certified by a scaffolding inspector.300 tonne concrete span collapse, Kota Damansara – 18 August 2014Three workers were killed after a 300 tonne concrete span collapsed at an MRT construction site in Kota Damansara. The span was made up of 14 units of segmented box girders, and was 38m long and weighed 300 tonnes. It took around 30 hours to recover all the bodies from the site. The incident caused Mass Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) chief executive officer Datuk Wira Azhar Abdul Hamid to tender his resignation. He said, “As the head of MRT Corp, I am taking personal responsibility for the incident and this is the correct thing to do.”Metal slab slips and hits passing car, Pusat Bandar Damansara – June 24 2014A metal slab from the Pusat Bandar Damansara MRT worksite slipped and hit car driving by causing the car to hit another car, fortunately not causing any serious injuries. According to a statement issued by MRT Corporation, a sheet pile which was being placed on a stack within the worksite “slipped and hit the car”. The driver of the car hit by the sheet pile suffered cuts, while the driver of the other vehicle escaped without injury. MRT Corp reacted to the incident by sacking the sub-contractor and workers at the PBD worksite.Metal rods falls of crane onto car, Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang – 26 June 2014Two people were injured after metal rods hoisted by a crane at an LRT extension site fell on their car, which caused a van to hit them from behind. The incident occurred along the old Subang airport road just two days after an MRT worksite incident.Soil depressions and sinkholes, Bukit Bintang – 25-27 April 2014Two soil depressions and a sinkhole, related to MRT tunnelling and construction, were discovered in Jalan Bukit Bintang and resulted in the closure of a 500m stretch of the road between Chulan Square and Menara Worldwide. MRT strategic communications and public relations director Amir Mahmood Razak said the two sinkholes in Jalan Bukit Bintang were detected at an early stage, preventing them from becoming more serious. The incident caused some traffic flow issues, and exposed three underground water pipes which were not damaged.Another sinkhole formed just days after at Jalan Bukit Bintang, at the right-most lane of the Pavilion-bound side of the road opposite Menara Worldwide. Additionally, a sinkhole, measuring 10m in length, 3.5m wide and about 2m deep, appeared in the same location as the two earlier soil depressions.Sinkhole, Jalan Cheras – October 13 2014A sinkhole caused by the ongoing MRT project forced part of Jalan Cheras to be closed, but caused no injuries or other damage.Crane arm collapse, USJ – August 18 2014A crane arm conducting piling work an LRT extension project collapsed on a parked car in USJ 2. Luckily no one was injured in the incident but the crane arm did take out power cables on the way down causing a blackout.Boom crane falls off trailer, Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang – 29 May 2013A part of a boom crane fell off a trailer at Jalan lapangan Terbang Subang and crashed onto a passing car, killing a passenger and injuring the driver in it. Early into the investigation, Petaling Jaya Traffic chief DSP Wong Siw Choon said, “We believe the iron was being transported for use in the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) project.”This statement was later refuted by MRT corp denying any involvement in the freak accident: “MRT Corporation would like to clarify that the incident is in no way associated with the MRT project…We have checked with our contractors and they have confirmed that no movements of similar structures were planned for our sites yesterday.”Construction equipment falls of crane, Jalan lapangan Terbang Subang – 29 March 2013A motorist was killed and another seriously injured after two cars were crushed by construction equipment being hoisted by a crane at an LRT extension worksite near Subang airport. Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (Prasarana) said in a statement, it regretted the incident, and Prasarana group director for project development, Zulkifli Mohd Yusoff added that, “safety has always been our priority”.Note:MASS Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) was set up to be the developer of the MRT project. According to their company profile, the company was set up in September 2011 and took over the ownership of the [MRT] project in October 2011 from Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd. However, the LRT Line Extension Project is owned and managed by Prasarana Malaysia Berhad. займ на карту срочно без отказа