You can report to MOM for workplace safety and health (WSH) violation or lapses.
SnapSAFE is a reporting platform that allows you to report unsafe workplace practices to MOM. You can use SnapSAFE if:
- You see worker/s working unsafely; or
- You spot a hazardous worksite or equipment; or
- You were asked to work in an unsafe manner or environment without any protections.
Reporting unsafe workplace practices saves lives
Whether you are a member of the public or a worker/employee, you can play a part in keeping our workplaces safe.
As a member of the public, report to MOM if you observe unsafe workplace practices. By doing so, you may have prevented an accident and injuries to the workers.
If you are a worker/employee, report to your supervisor, management if you observe unsafe workplace practices or were asked to work in an unsafe manner or environment without any protections. By doing so, you are helping to create a safer workplace for both you and your co-workers.
If you are a union member, you can also report to your union. If need be, you can also report to MOM.
How to report to MOM
To report to MOM, you can simply submit your report via SnapSAFE by providing the following information.
- Photos of the unsafe practice or situation
- Description of what you spotted
- Location where you spotted it
- Name of company involved (if available)
- Date and time when you spotted it
MOM carefully assesses every report and will take the appropriate follow-up actions which may include fines, warnings or advisory depending on the severity of the safety lapses. However, we will not be able to disclose our regulatory actions to external parties.
Your identity will be kept confidential
We understand the importance of protecting your privacy, and we will not disclose your identity to the company or employer involved.
We will use the information you provided to us for our investigation. We may contact you for clarification if necessary.
Guides and resources
The theme for the National Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Campaign 2023 is “Reporting Saves Lives”. We want to empower members of public and workers to make a difference to the safety and health for our workers.
The WSH Council has produced a series of collaterals to educate workers and members of the public on the importance of reporting. For more information on the campaign and to view the collaterals, visit www.taketimetotakecare.sg.