17 Jun 2020
Ref No.: 170620 (1)
Dear Valued ASPRI Members,
Grace period of 2 months for mandatory Safety and Health Management System (SHMS) audits upon resumption of workplace operation // Campus Safety and Health: Our Responsibility
The WSH Council reminds food delivery businesses to prioritise workplace safety and health
As Singapore moves into the post-Circuit Breaker period, the demand for food delivery services continues to increase, largely prompted by an influx of new delivery platforms and delivery services by F&B establishments.
The Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council urges food delivery businesses to step up efforts to remind their delivery personnel on the importance of keeping themselves safe and healthy at all times. To better safeguard the health of our workforce during this period, food delivery businesses must also educate their delivery personnel on the adoption of Safe Management Measures (SMM).
The safety and health of our workforce remain paramount at all times, and food delivery businesses as well as the delivery personnel must do all they can to prevent all injuries and ill-health while at work.
Make use of WSH training materials
The WSH Council has come up with a set of materials for food delivery businesses to brief and educate their delivery personnel on the importance of WSH, as well as the implementation of SMM. The training materials include pictograms as well as relevant Guidelines.
Take part in our National WSH Campaign quiz to find out which aspects of your health you could be neglecting that can lead to injuries at work. Share your persona at the end of the quiz with your co-workers and friends on Facebook!