WSH Bulletin, 11 September 2020: Good SMM can prevent workplace deaths and accidents
11 September 2020, Ref: 2021048
Good SMM can prevent workplace deaths and accidents
Singapore announced the end of Circuit Breaker on 1 June. Since then, unfortunately, there had been two workplace deaths. The lives of our workers are important, and every worker deserves to work in a safe environment.
The Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council strongly urges businesses to continue to uphold good WSH practices and safe management measures (SMM) so that our workers can go home safe and healthy to their families.
Holden Tiling & Construction Pte Ltd, a micro builder (SME) specialising in building construction works, is one such company that has placed great emphasis on WSH. The company focuses on four areas:
• Safe workforce: Workers, who enter the worksite, must undergo regular
The WSH Council supports such initiatives and urges companies to stay vigilant.
Download training slides on the 12 Safe Management Measures for Workers here and the pictogram poster here.
Download training resources on common hazards and how to reduce workplace risks here.
To learn more about managing and improving employees’ health at the workplace, visit the National WSH Campaign 2020 microsite here.
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