At a glance
Note: Before applying, your organisation needs to authorise staff members to transact on its behalf.
Transition to SAC accreditation
The Singapore Accreditation Council’s (SAC) accreditation scheme will be replacing the MOM WSH auditing organisation scheme. The change aims to raise the standard of accreditation, with applicants having to meet SAC’s new accreditation criteria, CT 17 – Criteria for Accreditation of Auditing Organisations.
You can find out more about accreditation under CT 17 at the SAC website.
For new applications
If you want to apply to be a registered WSH auditing organisation, you need to obtain SAC’s accreditation under SAC CT 17 criteria.
By 1 October 2018, all aspiring WSH auditing service providers must be an accredited SAC-Auditing Organisation (SAC-AO) under the SAC CT 17 requirements.
For existing WSH auditing organisations
Existing WSH auditing organisations can continue to carry out audits as a registered WSH auditing organisation under MOM.
However, you are encouraged to obtain the new SAC-AO accreditation as early as possible.
You need the following to apply:
For the full requirements, read the terms and conditions for WSH auditing organisations.
How to apply
To apply for WSH auditing organisation:
- Log in to apply.
- Upload all supporting documents.
- Pay the $110 fee online for each auditor. The application will only be processed upon payment.
- (Optional) Log in to check your application status.
You will receive an email notification if your application is successful.
You will need to submit PDF copies of the following documents:
- Certificate of accreditation issued by SAC based on SAC CT 17 – SAC Criteria for Accreditation of Auditing Organisations.
- Schedule of accredited scope and personnel appending the SAC CT 17 certificate of accreditation.
For each auditor, you need to submit the following documents:
- Copy of applicant’s NRIC or Work Pass (both sides).
- Copy of applicant’s WSH Auditor Card (only applicable for previously approved WSH Auditor).