Implement Safe-Management-Measures

 

Businesses are supposed to implement Safe-Management-Measures.

What exactly are Safe-Management-Measures?

You can read more at our link here Safe Management Measures by MOM.

But basically businesses and employers must ensure the health and safety of not just their employees at the workplace but as they come to work or deal with others as such must have safe-management.

 

The default should be to work from home,  that obviously is the best safe-management measure. But if employees have to come to work if they cannot work from home, then employers should consider their transport to work, how they will work in the workplace, the cleanliness of the workplace, emergency situations, dealing with visitors or tenants of other premises. In a nutshell, planning and implementing safe-management measures allows businesses to keep their employees safe  

You should attend the Safe-Management Measures awareness.You can attend these safe-management measures courses at many locations. Simply Safety also conducts a online safe-management measures course. You can click on the safe management measures course for more details. However if you are in construction industry then you may consider and should consider sending your safe-management officer to attend the safe-management officer course at BCA- Building Construction Authority training academy.

You can read about the Safe Management Measures awareness course below or visit Safe Management Measures Course

As a business you can also visit www.safemanagementmeasures.com

Safe-Management Measures

Singapore has implemented the Circuit Breaker from 7 April with this comes the safe-management measures. This meant ONLY ESSENTIAL Businesses were allowed to operate and with restrictions or safe-management measures in place. 

As Singapore enters a stage were it is exiting the Circuit Breaker, it will do so cautiously and progressively, with certain businesses only allowed to resume also with Safe-Management Measures in place. 

Under the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act, failure to comply with Safe Management Measures will be fined up to $10,000 or jailed up to 6 months, or both. Repeated non-compliance will be fined up to $20,000 or jailed up to 12 months, or both. 

 
Safe-Management Measures Courses available
1) Safe-Management Measures Awareness Course

Safe-management measures awareness Course Overview

Learners will be able to understand:

  • The needs and objectives behind Safe-Management Measures and the various requirements to be implemented for general workplace settings

  • Legal Requirements based on MOH, MTI and MOM for these safe-management measures

  • The roles and responsibilities of Safe-Management Officer(s) (SMO) in implementing a Safe-Management Measures Programme at workplaces.

  • The Government’s requirements for workplaces to implement upon resumption of economic activities after the Circuit Breaker period.

Course Outline

  • Needs and objectives behind Safe-Management Measures

  • Purpose of the Safe-Management Measures

  • Safe-Management Officer(s)

  • The Government’s requirements for workplaces to implement upon resumption of economic activities Post Circuit Breaker Period.

  • Run down on Annex C Checklist of Safe-Management Measures Required at the workplace for resumption of business activities

  • Penalties

Delivery, Duration and Fees

  • This will be delivered via e-learning, access will be anytime/any day.

  • Over 1 hour of video walk-through

  • $35 per participant.

Course Completion

Participants will need to go through all modules. E-Certificate will be awarded after successful course completion.

Target Audience

  • WSH Professionals / Safe-Management Officer(s) / WSH Officer(s) (WSHO)

  • Personnel who are keen to be prepared for and have the knowledge and understanding of Safe-Management Measures that are required to be implemented across all workplaces post Circuit Breaker

  • Personnel who will be responsible to develop and implement the safe-management measures

Back to Safe Management Measures

2) Safe-Management Officer Course

Safe-Management Officer Course

 

Course Overview for Safe-Management Officers

Safe-Management Officer 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 Safe-management measures SMM Plan at workplaces

  • Monitor and review the Safe Measures at the workplace

Safe Management Officer 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 Safe-Management Measures 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

  • Penalties

 

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.

Course Completion

Participants will need to go through all modules. E-Certificate will be awarded after successful course completion.

Target Audience

  • 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.

 

Actions taken by Authorities against those breaching Safe-Management Measures

58 businesses, individuals fined in 1st week of reopening for breaking or breaching safe-management measures.

Enterprise Singapore ESG and Singapore Tourism Board STB issued fines to businesses and companies in workplaces and shops in malls. 5 businesses were issued fines of $1000 each for failing to enforce proper safe-management measures.

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