MOM Courses recognised by Commissioner, WSH
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The following are lists of Accredited Training Providers grouped by roles. All courses are in English unless otherwise stated.
Construction Safety Orientation Course
The Construction Safety Orientation Course (CSOC) is a 2-day course conducted by MOM’s training providers accredited by the Ministry of Manpower's Occupational Safety & Health Division. The 2-day CSOC educates construction workers on the required measures to safeguard themselves against accidents, incidents, diseases, in addition to instilling awareness to the workers on their rights and responsibilities under the employment law.
All construction workers in the construction sector must attend and pass the CSOC and be issued a valid CSOC safety pass during the workers’ employment in Singapore. For foreign workers, employers must ensure the workers take the course within 14 days of the workers’ arrival in Singapore before issuing them their Work Permits. Existing foreign workers renewing their Work Permits must have a remaining certificate validity of at least one month before the Work Permit renewal request is processed.
If a foreign worker fails the CSOC, employers must re-register the affected worker for the course as soon as possible.
Employers who fail to ensure that their workers take and pass the CSOC, shall be barred from applying for any new Work Permits for three months. The affected workers may have their Work Permits revoked.
Read more on accredited training centres providing CSOC.
Shipyard Safety Instruction Course
All foreign workers in Marine sector must attend a full-day Shipyard Safety Instruction Course (SSIC) and obtain a SSIC Pass during their employment in Singapore. Before a Work Permit can be issued, employers must ensure that the worker takes the course within two weeks of arrival in Singapore.
The course content covers the following:
- Common safety requirements and health hazards in the industry
- Prevention of accidents and diseases
- Rights and responsibilities under employment law
Marine workers who have worked six years or less are required to pass Shipyard Safety Instruction Course test every two years. Workers who have worked more than six years are required to pass Shipyard Safety Instruction Course test for every four years.
Read more on accredited training centres providing Shipyard Safety Instruction Course.
Workers who fail the Shipyard Safety Instruction Course must retake the course as soon as possible. If the employers fail to ensure that their workers take and pass the course, the affected workers will have their Work Permits revoked.