Singapore Branch recent events


28 February 2023 - Maintaining your eyesight for a happier you


03 November 2022 - Psychological Hazards at the Workplace

31 August 2022 - Crisis and Disaster Management - a safety net for OSH

26 July 2022 - IOSH membership and member benefits

12 May 2022 - Singapore Branch AGM

29 April 2020 - Tips For Embracing Employee Mental Wellbeing and Healthy Lifestyle

07 April 2022 - Catch the Wave - harness the value of social sustainability

30 March 2022 - Shift Work, Sleep & Health

10 March 2022 - Rescue SAFELY under Dangerous Situations

28 February 2022 - How Does Duty of Care Apply at Your Workplace?


02 December 2021 - Industrial Radiation Safety for HSSE Managers & Professionals

10 November 2021 - How Ergonomics Impacts Your Life

03 September 2021 - Biorisk management successes and challenges in biomedical laboratories during the COVID-19 pandemic
The current ongoing COVID-19 pandemic reminds us that there is a need to be vigilant and prepared for the constant threat posed by infectious diseases. It is vital for biomedical and clinical laboratories to have good biorisk management systems.

30 July 2021 - Mental Health at Work in the Time of Pandemic
Dr Alvin Ng presents mental health in the constantly changing workplace. He encourages the task-shifting model of promoting mental well-being in occupational settings and provides explanations of how organisations can include mental health and psychosocial support to empower employees.

30 June 2021 - APOSHO: Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow
Bernie Doyle is the current Secretary General of APOSHO and will be discussing his vision of APOSHO over the next few years, how he has seen it make a positive impact within the APAC region, what he sees as the biggest challenges that APOSHO members face and offering some suggestion around what good looks like from an APOSHO perspective from a Health, Safety and Wellbeing standpoint, sharing some of his experience and vision.

24 February 2021 - Last Breath – Reasoning with life and death at the bottom of the North Sea



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