Risky Jobs: The Guys Who Hang Off High-Rise Buildings

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“Every morning before I go to work, I’ll tell myself that I would like to have zero accidents - people going to work safely, and going back safely,” said Richard Seah, who’s been a rope access technician for 11 years. Technicians like him scale high-rise buildings and structures like Mapletree Business City, the Singapore Flyer and Henderson Waves Bridge to carry out cleaning, painting and rescue works.

#OnTheRedDot’s new series “Risky Business” looks at jobs in Singapore where individuals risk their lives every time they go to work - possibly some of the world's most dangerous jobs. Yet, they keep putting themselves in harm’s way to keep our lives running smoothly. The series profiles rope access workers, commercial divers, lift technicians and cargo ship operators.

Full episode here: https://cna.asia/2Ghba15

On the Red Dot airs on Channel 5 every Friday at 9.30pm, and is repeated on Wednesday at 2.30pm.

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