This Is Not A Drill: Declutter Your Corridors

This Is Not A Drill: Declutter Your Corridors

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For the interim period of assessment from April 2017 to March 2018, Tampines Town Council has achieved “Green” for Estate Cleanliness, Lift Performance and S&CC Arrears Management.

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However, we were banded “Amber” for Estate Maintenance, with the top observation under this category being obstruction of common areas. A clean living environment can only materialise into a reality with the co-operation of our residents. According to the SCDF fire safety guidelines, the minimum unobstructed width of the common corridor is 1.2m while no placement or storage of objects at staircases and its immediate landing is allowed. We seek your help in keeping our corridors and staircases clear of obstruction, for both safety and cleanliness reasons.

Remember that good housekeeping means good safety! Cluttered corridors not only obstruct aisles and entryways for exit access during an emergency such as a fire, but also seriously hamper fire-fighting efforts. When lighted materials such as cigarette butts are indiscriminately thrown onto them, clutter along the corridors can also easily fuel fires. Let us work together as one Tampines to clean up the corridors and ensure that access to key exit points for smooth fire evacuation is unimpeded.

Need to remove heavy items without wanting to clutter your corridor? We’ve got your back, with our Bulky Item Removal Service that comes free-of-charge for your first three (3) bulky items! Check out our website for more details: https://ttc.sg/bulky

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