14 Sep 2018
Use SnapSAFE to keep workplaces safe today!
SnapSAFE is now available on Google play and the App Store! This app aims to drive community and industry ownership in managing WSH issues. Download and experience the new and enhanced features.
Members of the public will now be able to receive updates on the reports that they made and are notified when a WSH issue has been rectified.
Companies can now make use of this new feature to manage and resolve WSH issues at their workplaces. Reports made can be assigned quickly to employees for their actions. There’s also a dashboard to review status of WSH issues.
Scan the QR code to download the app or search for “SnapSAFE” from App Store and Google play.
For more information, click here.
WSH Forum for Food and Beverage Industry – Safe Working in Kitchens
More than 200 industry partners from hotels, restaurants and catering services attended the WSH Forum for Food and Beverage Industry – Safe Working in Kitchens at the JTC Summit auditorium on 20 November 2017. Organised by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), the Forum aimed to raise WSH awareness for the Food and Beverage sector and showcase best practices by the industry.
In his opening address, Director of OSH Specialist Department for MOM, Er Mohd Ismadi, highlighted the importance of identifying safety and health hazards in the kitchens, including the hazards of exposure to airborne contaminants, such as carbon monoxide (CO). More effort is needed to raise the awareness of CO hazard among the kitchen staff and manage emergency situations should they arise.
MOM shared on the findings and recommendations from its targeted enforcement operation conducted on commercial kitchens. Speakers from NEA, SCDF and HPB, also shared on regulatory updates to the industry as well as tips on workplace health promotion for workers. Speaker from Mandarin Oriental shared on managing kitchen safety and their good practices. The Forum ended with an interactive Q&A session.
Booths were set up to help participants understand the different types of gas monitoring equipment available that could be used in kitchens. Overall, the industry welcomed more of such sessions to bring home the safety and health message to their specialised sectors.
For the presentation slides, click here or scan the QR code below