Stress Management Webinar For Migrant Workers

16 Sep 2021

Ref No: 160921 (1)
UEN: S97SS0046G


A new study has found that migrant workers in Singapore displayed increased symptoms of depression and stress while they were placed under movement curbs last year. This was especially the case with workers who were confined to only their dormitories or dorm rooms.

To help the migrant workers in the Process Industry improve their mental wellbeing, ASPRI has worked with Wong Fong Academy and WSH Council, to organise a webinar to increase stress management awareness and introduce the migrant workers community to practical strategies to build resilience in order to cope with stress effectively.

We highly invite employers and HR personnel to spread this message and encourage your workers to attend this webinar to help alleviate their stress.


To register your workers for the webinar, kindly assign a contact person to complete the Excel template and email it to Izwandi at by 24 September 2021. The template can be downloaded via the yellow button below.

Kindly note that the Zoom link will be sent to the contact person 2 days before the webinar. We appreciate your kind assistance to share the Zoom link with your workers once you have received it. Please contact Izwandi at 6560 50051 or if you have any queries.

Webinar Details

Date & Time

Date: 29 September 2021 (Wed)
Time: 07:00pm to 08:00pm
Platform: Zoom

The following topics would be covered during the webinar:

  • What is stress and what are the sources of my stress?
  • Is stress always a bad thing and how can I recognise the symptoms of stress?
  • What are the practical strategies to cope with stress effectively?
  • Understanding the power of thoughts
  • Simple relaxation techniques
  • Professional help and care hotline
  • Q&A session at the end

NOTE: The webinar and presentation slides will be conducted in basic English, but the speaker will further explain the content in Tamil for the participants. Please click here to view the speaker’s full profile.

Our Warmest Regards,

ASPRI Secretariat