WSH Bulletin, 23 October 2020: The latest issue of SHINE is out! // Join us for the WSH Awards 2020 on 9 November 2020 // Industry Workshops
23 October 2020, Ref: 2021061
The latest issue of SHINE is out!
The latest issue of SHINE newsletter comes with a review of the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council’s activities and initiatives in 2019, and an update on the WSH Council’s work in the first half of 2020. Read on how we continue to collaborate with the Industry to sustain WSH and safe management measures in these times of COVID-19, and organised the first online National WSH Campaign which called upon employees and employers to “Take Time to Take Care” of their safety and health at work, with a timely focus on health. Read more about our industry efforts which include the SMF Safe Hands Campaign and SHA Hotel WSH Week which we had organised with our industry partners to emphasise the importance of upholding workplace safety and health.
|Read the latest October issue here.|
Join us for the WSH Awards 2020 on 9 November 2020
This year, the annual WSH Awards will be hosted virtually for the first time and launched on 9 November 2020. Join us to celebrate and recognise these companies and individuals for achieving WSH excellence at the workplace, and their efforts in keeping more than 200,000 workers safe and healthy every day.
Watch our WSH Awards 2020 on our microsite where our interactive Commemorative
Gracing the launch of the WSH Awards will be Mrs Josephine Teo, Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Home Affairs, and Mr John Ng, Chairman of Workplace Safety and Health Council, who will be delivering their recorded congratulatory messages.
Visit the WSH Awards website at www.wshawards.sg. Bookmark the website and save the date!
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