For your needs we have 2 courses-
The Safe Management Officer (SMO) Course and the Safe Management Measures Awareness Couse
Based on the information available from Ministry of Manpower, MTI, MOH, NEA and even BCA, the courses will cover what you need to know and do to develop and implement Safe Management Measures in your business
You can also register for free at the www.safemanagementmeasures.com for all your digitalisation of safe management checklists, forms, appointment letters etc.
Safe Management Measures (SMO)
Information available from Ministry of Manpower Singapore- (only an excerpt)
From 2 June 2020, the circuit breaker will come to an end. Singapore will embark on a three-phased approach to resume activities safely. Among many measures to minimise the risk of widespread re-emergence of COVID-19 in the community, we will need enhanced safe management practices at workplaces. Effective implementation of these measures will also help to avoid the need to restore tight restrictive measures subsequently.
The tripartite partners – the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and the Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) – are issuing details of Safe Management Measures for employers allowed to resume operations. These requirements are meant for general workplace settings. Specific workplaces like construction worksites may have to fulfil additional requirements.
Agencies including MOM, Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Enterprise Singapore (ESG) will step up enforcement and take action against errant employers. These may include issuing stop-work orders and financial penalties.