WSH Bulletin, 16 November 2020: See you at The Singapore WSH Conference tomorrow!
16 November 2020, Ref: 2021070
See you at The Singapore WSH Conference tomorrow!
| Registered participants may start logging in from 12.45pm (SGT) on each|
Confernce day on 17-18 November 2020.
| We are overwhelmed and delighted that many of you have registered to attend the Conference.|
We thank you for your support and interest, and look forward to bringing like-minded people,
like yourself, together in the next two days as we exchange best WSH practices, ideas
and experiences, and explore opportunities in WSH collaborations with one another across
Get ready for The Singapore WSH Conference 2020, where over 30 distinguished local
and overseas speakers will share on how WSH can effectively transform your business
operations and how you can empower your employees to contribute to a sustainable culture
of care, trust and risk prevention in your workplace. You will also learn of new ways to engage
and train people on workplace safety and health, and gain fresh insights from youths on their
vision for WSH in the future.
| Learn from industry leaders the various digital advancements which you can apply to educate|
your workforce on workplace safety and health. They will show you how you can benefit from
using immersive technology, micro-learning platforms, and realistic learning environments.
At the Conference, we will also ask young people, as future leaders, what they think the
future of WSH will look like. Four youth speakers studying at the universities in Singapore will
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