03 Jun 2015
Look out for this year’s outdoor advertisements!
Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council and Ministry of Manpower launched the Vision Zero movement at the National WSH Campaign on 24 April 2015 with the message “I can prevent all injuries and be healthy at work”. This message aims to inculcate a mindset that all injuries and ill-health from work are preventable and zero harm is possible. This will drive a focus on finding solutions to prevent injuries and ill-health and is crucial to improve the quality of our lives.
To help spread the campaign message, the WSH Council has taken up advertisements in print newspapers including The Straits Times, TODAY, Lianhe Zaobao, Tamil Murasu and Berita Harian, cable television as well as cinemas. Out-of-home advertising platforms such as buses, wallscapes in Boon Lay and Tampines bus interchanges, and MRT screen doors at Paya Lebar, Outram, Serangoon and Bishan stations will also carry our campaign messages.
Look out for them today!
Safe Driving at Work
Driving safely for work is possible. Drivers and riders who spend most of the day on the road as part of work should observe safety on the road and remain vigilant at all times.
Employers also play a key role in ensuring the safety and health of their employees who drive or ride for/at work. Organisations are encouraged to communicate the message of driving/riding safety to all their drivers and riders.
Read on to find out how Singapore Power Limited shows its commitment to ensure that employees and contractors stay safe on the roads. Click here for the article.
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