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Submit a certificate of suspension from hazardous work

If a medical examination shows that an employee should avoid further exposure to a hazard, a designated workplace doctor needs to submit a certificate of suspension.

At a glance

Who can submit Designated workplace doctor (DWD)
When to submit Immediately after a doctor's assessment that the employee should not be exposed to the hazard
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You will need the following:

  • Your ID and SingPass.
  • Workplace number, workplace name and address of the employer.
  • Completed certificate of suspension.
  • Copies of laboratory results or x-rays (if applicable).

How to submit

You can submit the report online:

  1. Log in to the eService to submit the certificate of suspension.
  2. Fill out the certificate of suspension.
  3. Print or save a copy of the certificate of suspension for your records. You should keep these records for at least 5 years.
  4. Give a copy of the certificate to the employer and the employee.

Save your work frequently. You can retrieve a saved draft submission and work on it later.