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Best Practices

Find out more about the best practices for controlling workplace hazards and improvement of occupational health.


Good Practices in Safety and Health Hazards Control

We have compiled a list of case studies on good practices for controlling chemical, ergonomics/IAQ and noise hazards. Each case study describes the problem and its solution, the cost of implementation as well as the results and achievements after implementation.

Good practices in health hazards control  View online

The case studies cover the efforts of the following industries:

  • Printing;
  • Electrical and Electronics;
  • Medical, Precision and Optical Instruments;
  • Chemical, Petrochemical, Rubber and Plastics;
  • Transport Equipment;
  • Metal Working and Machinery;
  • Retail, Business, Hotel & Catering, Healthcare and Other Services;
  • Food & Beverages, Tobacco; and
  • Paper and Paper Products.

World Health Organisation Collaborating Centres in Occupational Health

Find out more about the efforts being made to improve occupational health worldwide through the Network of World Health Organisation Collaborating Centres in Occupational Health, of which Singapore is a part.

In collaboration with International Labour Organization (ILO), the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Good Practices Workshop was held in Feb 2009 in Singapore.

Download the ASEAN-OSHNET pdfGood Occupational Safety and Health Practices 2008/2009 to view the compilation of Good OSH practices developed in recent years that was discussed in the workshop.

Companies with Good Workplace Safety and Health Practices

Workplace Safety and Health publications and guidelines are available at the WSH Council website.

Last updated on 20 September 2013 02:52:03