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Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) includes legal requirements, certification and registration, monitoring and surveillance, accident reporting and work injury compensation. Understand your WSH obligations for improving safety at the workplace.
Who is covered, types of compensation, file a claim, check a claim status.
Types of accidents that need to be reported, who should report and how to report.
Apply for a licence or find listings for authorised examiners for lifting equipment and pressure vessels, crane operators, designated workplace doctors and WSH officers.
Apply for a licence or find contractors, inspection agencies, auditing organisations, designated insurers and training providers.
Find a training course, check a worker's training record, Continuing Professional Development programme.
Requirements for registration, how to apply, re-registering, de-registering and regular inspections.
Requirements for registration, re-registering, de-registering, inspections and notifying for repair or modification.
Notify or Register a factory with MOM, including requirements, renewal, termination and updating factory details.
Requirements and resources to plan and operate MHIs.
Medical and hygiene monitoring, workplace inspections and demerit points for the construction sector.
Requirements for SHMS audits and reviews, risk management and submitting ConSASS audits.
Tax-incentive schemes for noise control and chemical hazard control.
Find out about the WSH Act, what it covers, responsibilities of stakeholders and penalties.
List of type-approved autoclaves and tower cranes.
Appoint an administrator or user to use MOM's WSH eServices on the company's behalf.
How to pay bills, fines or work injury compensation online or buy documents.
Best practices for controlling workplace hazards and improving occupational health.
Call for collaboration on WSH Technology Challenge to companies to collaborate with MOM and other public agencies to address current WSH challenges.
Annual reports and statistics on workplace safety and health in Singapore.
Stay informed with WSH circulars.