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No point reporting past accidents when this one has already taken a life. |
Better to report past accidents, lessons learned and safety measures taken BEFORE an accident happens and then trigger comprehensive nationwide checking - not just amusement rides but also lifts, escalators, train and stadium barriers, wireless towers, overhead cranes, bridges, sharp bend cliffs, overloaded boats, weak brakes, bald tyres, cheap electrical wiring, jetplane engine freeze-up, slippery roads, fogged highways, dirty cafeteria food, nightclub and hotel fire escapes, firecracker and fuel storage - any place where masses of clueless people gather and innocently expect machinery, chemicals, things and structures to operate faultlessly but they may not because maintenance has not been done regularly and properly or safety measures have been ignored.
There have been many past mishaps. Remember this one?> dozens of students in a camp burned to death in Korea. What should this trigger? Every application for group tour or outing must have an emergency checklist of who will be responsible, and what can happen and must be pre-checked before the application is to be approved.
The third principle of good society is prevention better than no-cure.
Because one life saved saves the whole country.