There were 17 workplace fatalities and 6,561 cases of non-fatal injuries in the first six months of 2019.
Melvin Yong reflects on the latest National Workplace Safety and Health statistics and reiterates the need to look at WSH holistically.
From a failed textile business boss to a top-class lead safety coordinator – this is how Aslam Jamal turned his professional fortunes around.
Labour MP Melvin Yong calls for four areas in which we can do more to better safeguard our workers' safety and health at the workplace.
Through this year's Workplace Safety and Health Report, it is heartening to observe that the number of workplace fatalities in 2017 had dropped to 42, the lowest in more than a decade since 2004 and that the sustained collective efforts by our tripartite partners to tackle workplace fatalities have ...
Did you know? According to the Workplace Safety and Health Institute, 268 workers suffered major injuries while 19 were fatally injured at work from January to June 2017. 5,864 workers sustained minor injuries, with over 200,000 man days lost.
Virtual reality and e-learning for workplace health and safety courses? LHUB CEO Kwek Kok Kwong tells us what they are doing to make learning more fun, efficient and effective.