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Kai Tak construction firms face bid suspension

A contractor and subcontractor were involved in a fatal incident.

The Development Bureau suspended a contractor and subcontractor involved in a fatal industrial incident at a Kai Tak construction site from bidding on public works contracts. 

Both were listed on approved contractor lists. 

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They must undergo an independent safety audit and implement improvement measures before the suspension is lifted. This applies to ongoing tender processes as well. 

A government department is investigating the incident, and further regulatory actions will follow based on the findings.

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