Safe Management Officer Course (SMO Course)
Course Overview for Safe Management Officers
Safe Management Officer (SMO) Course Learners will be able to understand:
And apply the legal requirements related to COVID-19 safe workplace
Identify and perform the roles and responsibilities of an appointed Safe Management Officer (SMO)
The Safe Management Measures requirements
Coordinating the implementation of SMM Plan at workplaces
Monitor and review the Safe Measures at the workplace
Safe Management Officer Course (SMO Course) Outline
Introduction to Covid-19.
Legal Requirements on Safe Management Measures.
General vs Sector Specific Requirements
Sources of Information
Roles and responsibilities of appointed Safe Management Officer (SMO) & Safe Distance Officers (SDO)
Developing Safe Management Plan and Monitoring Plan
Steps to implement effective Safe Management Measures
Monitoring SMM and Inspection (Checklists)
Use of Technology
Run down on Annex C Checklist of Safe Management Measures Required at the workplace for resumption of business activities
Delivery, Duration and Fees
This will be delivered via e-learning, access will be anytime/any day.
Over 2 hour of training
$55 per participant.
Participants will need to go through all modules. E-Certificate will be awarded after successful course completion.
Management Representations who will be appointed as Safe Management Officer (SMO), WSH Professionals (Safety Managers/WSH Officers/ WSH Coordinators), Safe Distancing Officers (SDO)s, Self-employed persons and representatives or any person who is interested to perform Safe Management Measures in their workplaces.
All industries such as Construction( You can attend Awareness Courses but your Safe Management Officer needs to attend a online BCA training), Shipyard, Manufacturing, Oil Petrochemical and other businesses such as F&B establishments, Retail establishments, Shopping malls Department stores, and standalone stores.
Email email@example.com for registration or
Pay directly to
You can also register for free at the www.safemanagementmeasures.com for all your digitalisation of safe management checklists, forms, appointment letters etc.
Note that all establishments and companies are to develop and implement safe management measures.
Companies and establishments include
- F&B outlets , Food & Beverage outlets
- Shipyards and Shipbuilding
- Co-sharing offices
- IT offices
- Tech and Start ups
Every company and every establishment has to develop and implement Safe Management Measures
Just in the news
33 F&B Outlets and 31 Individuals Penalised for Breaching Safe Management Measures
Operators and members of the public reminded to observe safe management measures for the year-end period
Agencies will be stepping up enforcement at Food and Beverage (F&B) outlets. This will include nightlife establishments which have pivoted to F&B. Authorities will seek everyone's cooperation to continue to exercise social responsibility and rigorously observe safe management measures (SMMs) so as to keep Singapore safe.
Breaches at F&B Premises
Since 1 December 2021, 22 F&B outlets were ordered to close for SMM and Vaccination Differentiated SMMs (VDS) breaches such as failing to ensure that customers adhere to the permitted group size, failing to ensure a safe distance of at least 1 metre between groups of customers, and failing to minimise interaction between staff and customers.
11 other F&B outlets and 31 individuals were issued composition fines for various SMM and VDS breaches. These included allowing music videos to be played within premises, failing to ensure a safe distance of at least 1 metre between seated customers, gathering in groups larger than the permitted size, and mask-related offences.
Strict compliance with SMMs (including VDS) is critical for everyone's safety, particularly amid the global risk of the Omicron variant. During the year-end festive period, agencies will step up checks on F&B outlets to ensure that VDS and SMMs are strictly adhered to. Firm enforcement action will be taken against operators and individuals who do not comply with SMMs, including the proper wearing of masks. Enforcement action can be as severe as prosecution and the revocation of licences.