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WSH Resources

Find WSH resources such as the OWLinks e-Newsletter, assessment tools (eg. iWorkhealth), and WSH technology.

The Workplace Safety and Health Institute (WSHI) is a department within the Occupational Safety and Health Division (OSHD) in MOM.

Its core business is:

  • Uncovering WSH trends and risks through data.
  • Anticipating emerging WSH issues.
  • Developing WSH assessment tools.
  • Partnering stakeholders in the technology ecosystem to improve WSH through industry-specific technologies.

You can also refer to these resources to help your company or organisation improve WSH practices:

  • OWLinks is a bi-monthly newsletter that provides insights on WSH developments and issues of interest. You can subscribe to OWLinks newsletter to read about emerging issues and latest news in the global WSH landscape.
  • Assessment tools are available based on research studies conducted by the WSH Institute in collaboration with its partners. Find out more on the available tools for use at workplaces.
  • WSH Technologies is a key enabler to achieving the strategic outcomes in WSH 2028. It can address perennial workplace safety and health issues in your industry. You will also find links to the relevant support schemes innovation platforms and other programmes.
  • Past research publications based on studies that WSHI had conducted.
You can subscribe to OWLinks newsletter to keep abreast of the latest WSH trends and developments.

Workplace assessment toolsShow


Your companies can use iWorkHealth, a health assessment tool to identify common workplace stressors.

It should not be used for medical diagnostic or treatment purposes. It is not a substitute for medical advice of one’s state of health.

All individual information provided in the survey are kept confidential and will only be published as aggregated statistics.

It was developed by the Ministry of Manpower’s Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Institute, in partnership with the WSH Council, Institute of Mental Health, Changi General Hospital and Health Promotion Board.

For more information you can read iWorkHealth: An instrument to identify workplace psychosocial risk factorsfor a multi-ethnic Asian working population.

Guide to generate the aggregated report of your company workplace stressor.

generate the aggregated report of your company workplace stressor

WSH Ownership

Building ownership of workplace safety and health (WSH) among your employees is a key strategy to sustained WSH improvements.

WSH Institute and Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, with support from WSH Council, collaborated on a multi-year study to understand how individual, cultural and organisational factors can affect organisational WSH Ownership in Singapore.

WSH Ownership Model

An employee centric model made up of multi-levels of WSH ownership at the individual, cultural and organizational level was conceptualised. It is made up of the following three constructs:

  • Safety climate: Employees’ shared perceptions of policies, procedures and practices relating to safety.
  • Safety citizenship: Behaviours of employees that promote cooperation and helpfulness toward safety in the organisation.
  • Social contract: The voluntary and informal agreement between management, supervisors and workers.
An employee centric model made up of multi-levels of WSH ownership at the individual, cultural and organizational level was conceptualised

Read a case study - understanding the demonstration of workplace safety and health ownership across 5 industries in Singapore.

iOwnWSH [BETA version] to identify WSH ownership

Through the research collaboration, a beta version of an online company administered assessment tool for companies to identify WSH Ownership in the organisation has been developed.

Your company can participate in the pilot launch and provide us your feedback.

WSH TechnologyShow

WSH Technology is a key enabler to achieving the strategic outcomes in WSH 2028. The deployment of suitable WSH technology can:

  • Remove workers from risky activities
  • Improve workers’ situational awareness
  • Deter risky behaviours and reduce human error
  • Assess and alert on ill health that may increase risk of work accidents

Find out more about WSH Technology.

Past research publicationsShow

Study Reports