Monday, November 26, 2012

the danger of High Voltage ...Man Loses Both Hands in Electric Shock Accident

SHAH ALAM, MALAYSIA - A man faces a bleak future when both his hands were amputated following a freak accident where he suffered electric shocks while plucking oil palm fruit at an estate in Tanjung Karang, two months ago.
Doctors, who are treating Muhamad Hairuman Miskon, 22, have decided to amputate both his hands below the elbow to avoid infection from spreading to other parts of his body.
Hairuman’s ordeal started on Nov 26, last year, when he was plucking oil palm fruit with a friend.
He was using a steel rod with a hook on one end to pluck the palm oil fruit, unaware that the leaves of the tree were wet from a downpour the night before and were touching a nearby high-voltage electric cable.
As soon as the rod touched the wet leaves, he suffered shocks and was thrown off about 5m.
Hairuman suffered more than 50 per cent burns to his body, with both his hands totally charred.
Since the accident, the victim had been admitted to several hospitals in Tanjung Karang and Sungai Buloh before he was transferred to Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital on Monday.
His elder sister, Maryuni Miskon, 32, said doctors told the family that both of his hands had to be amputated because they were completely burnt.
“I agree with the surgery if it will help to save his life. At the same time, I’m also wondering how Hairuman will make a living without his two hands,” said Maryuni.
She added that Hairuman used to do wiring jobs before the incident.
She also said she had spent thousands of ringgit on Hairuman’s medical expenses since the accident.
Members of the Committee of Community Services and Rakan Muda of the Malaysian Youth Council visited Hairuman yesterday.
Its chairman, Rizan Hassan, urged members of the public and non-governmental organisations to offer financial assistance to help ease the victim’s financial burden

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

motoGP sepang...

it was fun and exciting to be at SIC for World MotoGP 2012...
watching live Malaysian riders Zulfahmi and Hafiz competing with big names ... I am very proud of Zulfahmi who finally achieved  podium position...

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Penang Island solo ride

my Penang Island solo ride: Teluk Kumbar - Balik Pulau - Teluk Bahang - Ferringhi - Tg Tokong -  Gurney - Esplanade - Weld Quay Jetty - Jelutong - Bayan Lepas - Teluk Kumbar.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Family Trip to east cost....

thursday 31/3/2011 to sunday 3/4/2011 we had travelled 1765 km throughout Penang - Kuala Terengganu - Kuantan - Jengka 2 - Jengka 15 - Temerluh - Kuala Lumpur - Penang - Alor Setar and back to Penang.
Hectic but filled of fun and we enjoy........

santai ride - balik kampung

my "santai ride" to visit my beloved mum at kampung tanjung keramat langkap teluk intan perak...

appreciation letter to Allianz

Our Reference: insrn/7/3/2012/a Date: 07th March 2012 Manager, Allianz General Insurance Company, Lever 27, Menara BHL, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Pulau Pinang. Dear Sir/Madam, Re: Appreciatation Letter On behalf of JMB Taman Kumbar Permai, we would like to extend our gratitude and big thanks to your company in solving problem pertaining to one of our residents En. Rosli bin Darus of parcel 3-2-7 who had fire accident on 3/2/2012. Your swift respond and support to disburse insurance claim up to RM18, 166.00 is fully appreciated. Thanks to your dedicated agents Mr Harmizi and Marketing Officer Mr Zainul who had made initiative to do personal assessment and offer hand to join us donating to the fire victim through special fund setup by JMB. It shows their truth compassion and empathy within the spirit of social responsibility. Henceforth, we like to thanks to every single person who had involved directly or indirectly in helping our fellow man. Thank you very much. Sincerely Yours, KAMARUZAMAN BIN SURADI Chairman, JMB Taman Kumbar Permai. c/c: En. Rosli bin Darus 3-2-7, Taman Kumbar Permai.

Monday, February 20, 2012

competency is utmost importance ......

may Allah save us ....

TNB worker suffers severe burns in blast

GEORGE TOWN: A Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) sub-contractor worker was seriously injured during a blast at a substation in Jalan Kuala Kangsar here.
Zaini Ismail suffered 90% burns on his body in the 8pm blast, which also caused a blackout in parts of the town here.
The 35-year-old had been carrying out repairs on a switchgear with eight colleagues when the blast occurred.
It is learnt that the workers tried to douse the fire before Fire and Rescue Department personnel arrived. No one else was injured.
Beach Street Fire and Rescue Station senior operation officer Shamsuddin Ahmad said they had to wrap Zaini in protective gear before he was rushed to the Penang Hospital.
He said live cables at the site could have led to the explosion.
The actual cause is under probe by various authorities.
George Town OCPD Asst Comm Gan Kong Meng said TNB, firemen and the police forensics team were jointly investigating the case.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

TKP - illegal renovation

To all unit owner,


Referring to the above subject, we have found out that there are few units have been renovated without Property Management’s approval which does not comply with the house rules and original drawing plan.

For your information, the renovation without the authority approval will have affected the Strata Title application whereby the rule states that the unit should be as it is to where and what in reference to the original plan.

Therefore, JMB Taman Kumbar Permai declares no responsibilities or accountabilities to the consequence of the non-compliance. We would like to advise the owners to consult with the Management or local authority before embarking on renovation to avoid undesirable trouble in the future.

Thanks and regards

Kamaruzaman bin Suradi

Pengerusi, JMB Taman Kumbar Permai

Monday, January 9, 2012

KTMB - electrified double track project ...

It is great pleasure and honor for me to be associated with currently in progressed KTMB Electrified Double Track project for Ipoh - Padang Besar's phase. I was involved in sub project e.g relocating two unit of 275kv TNB transmission tower which crossed the track. The project was awarded to PESB a KL based company. The most critical and risky moment was when we are working barely distance away from the 275kv live span on the other arm (we always maintained the minimum and safe distance set by TNB)
Against all odds we managed to complete the project in due time with zero accident, zero tripping and zero complain.
All the workers, especially those climbed and works up the tower deserved a very big applause and rewards.