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Safety Tips
Safety In The Station
Safety In The Train

Safety In The Station
Fire Extinguisher
Fire Extinguishers are found on the concourse and platform of each station.
Emergency Train Stop
When the Emergency Train Stop (ETS) is activated, it cuts off the traction power supply in the specific location. This prevents the person from getting electric shocks and from being injured by a vehicle. The ETS is located on both sides of the platform.

Fire Phone
If there is any emergency, you contact our staff by using the Fire Phone located at the concourse and centre of the platform. To use the Fire Phone on the platform, you will need to break the glass to gain access to the key to access the phone compartment.
In The Lift
If there is an emergency, please press the emergency bell button for assistance.

Safety In The Train
Emergency Stop Button
The Emergency Stop Button (ESB) is used by passengers to stop the vehicle in case of an emergency. The ESB is located on both ends of the vehicle. To activate, push the plastic cover which is infront of the ESB.
Passenger Intercom Unit
The Passenger Intercom Unit is used by passengers during an emergency. It is located at both ends of the vehicle.
Fire Extinguisher
Fire Extinguishers are located on both ends of the train.
Detrainment Door
Both ends of the vehicle are fitted with emergency doors called detrainment doors for evacuation of passengers onto the track.