WSH Bulletin, 29 October 2020: Find out how to create a fit@work workforce at The Singapore WSH Conference
29 Ocotober 2020, Ref: 2021064
Find out how to create a fit@work workforce at The Singapore WSH Conference
| Guest-of-Honour, Mrs Josephine Teo, Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Home|
Affairs, will be giving an opening address at the 2-day Conference that will feature over
30 distinguished local and overseas speakers across 4 plenary sessions and 6 symposiums.
The Conference will discuss broad topics of Health, Ownership and Technology, and finish
with a tripartite panel discussion on the Future of Work.
| Some employers are redesigning work conditions and empowering their employees to take|
positive steps to improve their health while at work. Studies have found that healthy and fit
workers are more productive, which translates into improved business outcomes.
Attend our Plenary and Symposium 3-4 to:
| Find out if your association or organisation is a Conference Partner from the Conference website to|
enjoy savings when you sign up. Browse our list of 30 Conference Partners here.
Individual NTUC members can apply for the Union Training Assistance Programme (UTAP) when signing
up for the Conference. Check out the UTAP funding here.
Unionised companies can apply for the NETF Collaborative Fund (NCF) through their respective unions
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