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Fatalities remain similar to past two years
Leading causes continue to be ‘Falls from Height’ and ‘Vehicular-Related Incidents’
MAJOR AND MINOR INJURIES
‘Slips, Trips and Falls’ and ‘Machinery-Related Incidents’ remained as leading causes of major and minor incidents, but number of cases fell significantly
INJURIES BY INDUSTRIES
Vigilance needed in Transportation & Storage, Construction and Manufacturing industries
ENSURING A SAFE RETURN TO WORK
Engaging companies to ensure safety from COVID-19 and workplace accidents
Implementing WSH 2028 initiatives to improve transparency and accountability
The WSH 2028 strategy recommendations will be progressively implemented to sharpen the commercial impact on companies with unsafe practices. From 4Q 2020, the WSH performance of companies will be published, starting with construction companies. Criteria will also be introduced to disqualify unsafe contractors from all public construction tenders. From 1 September 2020, employers have also been required to report all work accidents that result in medical leave or light duty.
Driving greater WSH technology innovation and adoption
Fleet Safety Management Solutions (FSMS), which tracks hazardous driving behaviour and improves situational awareness. SMEs can also tap on PSG to install FSMS on their vehicles.
STF prevention via IMDA’s Open Innovation Challenge. A prototype is in development to detect STF incidents, near misses and hazards, using a combination of video analytics and wearables.