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Requirements for Safe Management Measures at the workplace

Read the requirements for Safe Management Measures at the workplace to find out what you need to do to ensure safety for your employees and visitors when you resume business operations.

These requirements are meant for general workplace settings. Specific workplaces or industries may have to fulfil different requirements and should refer to the various sector-specific requirements for more information.

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Work pass holders on SHN will be contacted by MOM

All work pass holders issued with SHN will be contacted by MOM via SMS, video calls or inspections to ensure they are complying with the SHN requirements.

You must use FWMOMCare to report your health status to MOM 3 times per day.

How to bring in pass holders and current pass requirements

Find out how to bring pass holders (helpers, work pass holders and their dependants) into Singapore and what are the current pass requirements.

Sending your foreign workers home

Employers must follow certain steps to send your foreign workers home safely.

Onboard centre

All non-Malaysian male Work Permit holders from the Construction, Marine shipyard and Process (CMP) sectors holding an In-Principle Approval will undergo the residential onboarding programme at MOM's Onboard centre for up to 4 days.

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Sending your foreign workers home

Employers must follow certain steps to send your foreign workers home safely.

Movement Restriction Order (MRO)

An Movement Restriction Order (MRO) may be issued to workers who test positive on an ART self-test, or when COVID-19 clusters are detected in dormitories.

Educational resources on Antigen Rapid Test

Antigen Rapid Test (ART) is a fast and easy swab test which can be self-administered, for individuals to test if they might be infected with the COVID-19 virus.

Health resources for migrant workers, employers and dormitory operators

Find useful resources on mental health and well-being, and infection prevention and control.

Onboard centre

All non-Malaysian male Work Permit holders from the Construction, Marine shipyard and Process (CMP) sectors holding an In-Principle Approval will undergo the residential onboarding programme at MOM's Onboard centre for up to 4 days.

Safe Rest Days

The Safe Rest Day initiative helps migrant workers enjoy their rest days safely, and mitigates the risk of COVID-19 transmission with staggered rest days.

TraceTogether token

Employers must ensure that your work pass holders carry their TraceTogether Token at all times.

Work pass holders on SHN will be contacted by MOM

All work pass holders issued with SHN will be contacted by MOM via SMS, video calls or inspections to ensure they are complying with the SHN requirements.

You must use FWMOMCare to report your health status to MOM 3 times per day.

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Work pass holders on SHN will be contacted by MOM

All work pass holders issued with SHN will be contacted by MOM via SMS, video calls or inspections to ensure they are complying with the SHN requirements.

You must use FWMOMCare to report your health status to MOM 3 times per day.

Give feedback on SHN

You can give us your feedback on SHN, including update of particulars:

For foreign workers on SHN, submit your feedback at www.mom.gov.sg/feedbackshn.

Identify if the call is a scam or not

MOM may contact workers and employers via voice and video calls on employment, well-being or housing related issues.

We will not ask for your financial information over the phone.

You can identify if the call is legitimate before you provide any information to the caller.

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Cessation of rostered routine testing

In line with Multi-Ministry Taskforce's (MTF) announcement on 24 March 2022, Rostered Routine Testing (RRT) will cease for all sectors from 29 March 2022. This includes all workers, including unvaccinated or partially vaccinated workers residing in the dormitories. The cessation of the RRT regime is in consideration that the high vaccination and booster coverage among the migrant worker dormitory population, and safe management measures will continue to protect our workers.

Educational resources on Antigen Rapid Test

Antigen Rapid Test (ART) is a fast and easy swab test which can be self-administered, for individuals to test if they might be infected with the COVID-19 virus.

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