Singapore Branch strategy

The IOSH Singapore Branch will promote a safe and healthy world of work, and a culture of making a difference. Our Branch strategy defines the steps that we, as a Branch, need to take. We believe that we can lead the ‘mindset change’ to improve all workplaces to be safer and to develop a sustainable future of health, leading to respect for the workforce at all levels to drive the safety in any organisation and make WORK 2022 a reality.

We will monitor and evaluate our programmes and their impact and provide feedback to members accordingly.

Take a look at our full strategy and our aims below.


Develop member’s competence

  • Promote use of the IOSH Blueprint and up-to-date technical resources.
  • Support membership progression through monthly CPD/IPD sessions.
  • Encourage mentorship to help student members in their career selection.
  • Develop Branch motto ‘Grow Personally. Grow Professionally’.

Provide networking opportunities

  • Provide opportunities for meeting with members, sharing knowledge at networking events, and encouraging members to step forward to present on their own specific area of expertise.
  • Reach out to branch members not based in Singapore and engage with them via social media, webinars, news up dates and where possible visits.
  • Facilitate a wide range of OSH presentations for sharing and help organisations achieve positive outcomes.


Collaborate with key stakeholders

  • Work with IOSH UK to build strategic partnerships with Ministry of Manpower, WSH Council and like-minded professional bodies in South East Asia region through mutually beneficial working groups, sharing of resources, conference collaboration and support.
  • Promote Branch and strategic partner’s occupational health and safety events through IOSH committee mailer, eventzilla, Linked In, website and network sessions.

Support a shared vision of a safe and healthy workplace

  • Be the choice of strategic sponsor or partner for major employers in the region.
  • Promote and engage companies and education centres to recognise IOSH professional development training and memberships.


Lead and promote IOSH research studies

  • Adopt IOSH’s ‘No Time To Lose’ campaigns
  • Address local OSH issues using IOSH global membership networks’ key success factors and knowledge.
  • Promote technology to drive safety and health performance.

Emphasise good safety and health performance benefits and improves operations

  • Encourage IOSH memberships sign up by organisations, safety and health professionals.
  • Share companies successful OSH achievement or performance in branch newsletter.
  • Represent IOSH on OSH Committees within the region and share and promote IOSH Vision.