About The Conference
Transforming for the Future – Healthy Workforce, Safe Workplaces
The speed and magnitude of change in this age of transformation is now a part of our daily work life. Likewise the way companies manage and approach workplace safety & health (WSH) must be transformed to be the competitive edge for global business leadership.
The Singapore WSH Conference 2018 brings together global thought leaders to discuss all WSH matters in the age of transformation.
- How do we apply and adapt technology to manage WSH risks in a smart nation?
- In the new world of WSH, what are the common health issues? Is it possible toachieve well-being through work?
- The role of WSH Professionals in workplaces is obvious but will the role evolve in the age of transformation?
- How should we manage WSH in a transforming workplace?
- How do we face challenges of the gig economy and automation?
- Get insight on how the new millennial workforce view WSH.
- What can we do to improve our WSH performance to meet our new target of less than 1.0 by 2028?
Come for the Singapore WSH Conference 2018 and be future ready!
Established on 1 April 2008, the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council comprises leaders appointed from major industry sectors (including construction, manufacturing, marine industries, petrochemicals, and logistics), government, unions, employers as well as professionals from the legal, insurance and academic fields.
The Council works closely with the Ministry of Manpower and other government agencies, the tripartite partners, the industry, and professional associations to develop strategies to raise WSH standards in Singapore. The Council's main functions are to build industry capabilities to better manage WSH; promote safety and health at work; recognise companies with good WSH records; and set acceptable WSH practices.
For more information, visit www.wshc.sg
The Ministry of Manpower aspires to develop a globally competitive workforce and a great workplace, for a cohesive society and a secure economic future for all Singaporeans.
The Ministry also aspires to build progressive workplaces, strengthen tripartite relationships and encourage harmonious work cultures to create fair and forward-looking employment practices that provide safe and healthy work environments and enable balanced work-life.
For more information, visit www.mom.gov.sg
The National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) is a national confederation of trade unions in the industrial, service and public sectors in Singapore. NTUC's objectives are to help Singapore stay competitive and workers remain employable for life; to enhance the social status and well-being of workers; and to build a strong, responsible and caring labour movement. NTUC's vision is to be an inclusive labour movement for all collars, ages and nationalities. NTUC is at the heart of the Labour Movement, which comprises 60 affiliated unions, one affiliated taxi association, 11 social enterprises, five related organisations and over 880,000 members.
For more information, visit www.ntuc.org.sg
The Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) was established in 1980. SNEF is a trade union of employers dedicated to preserving industrial harmony and helping employers achieve excellence in employment practices, thereby enhancing productivity, competitiveness as well as the quality of their employees' work life.
With the support of over 2,000 corporate members, SNEF is an active player in facilitating the tripartite partnership among the Government, employers and unions.
For more information, visit www.snef.org.sg
The Health Promotion Board was established as a statutory board under the Ministry of Health, Singapore, in 2001 with the vision of building “A Nation of Healthy People”. The Health Promotion Board aims to empower the people of Singapore to attain optimal health, increase the quality and years of healthy life and prevent illness, disability and premature death.
As the key agency overseeing national health promotion and disease prevention programmes, HPB spearheads health education, promotion and prevention programmes as well as creates a health-supportive environment in Singapore. It develops and organises relevant health promotion and disease prevention programmes, reaching out to the healthy, the at-risk and the unhealthy at all stages of life – children, youths, adults and older Singapore residents. Its health promotion programmes include nutrition, mental health, physical activity, smoking control and communicable disease education.
HPB also promotes healthy ageing, integrated health screening, and chronic disease education and management.
For more information, visit www.hpb.gov.sg
The International Association of Labour Inspection (IALI) is the global professional association for labour inspection. It was established in 1972 and currently has over 100 members worldwide.
The main aims of IALI are:
- To promote the professionalism of its members on all aspects of labour inspection, so as to enhance their impact and effectiveness.
- To hold international and regional conferences and similar events at which members can exchange ideas and experience about how best to promote compliance with labour law and good practice;
- To provide information to its members about professional issues through the Association’s website, newsletters, reports and other publications;
- To promote closer collaboration between its members, through regional networking and activities.
IALI has always worked in close partnership with the International Labour Office and other host country organisations, and is increasingly working at regional levels.
For more information, visit: www.iali-aiit.org
The International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) is an international non-governmental professional society whose aims are to foster the scientific progress, knowledge and development of occupational health and safety in all its aspects. It was founded in 1906 in Milan as the Permanent Commission on Occupational Health. Today, ICOH is the world's leading international scientific society in the field of occupational health with a membership of 2,000 professionals from 93 countries.
The ICOH is recognised by the United Nations as a non-governmental organisation (NGO) and has close working relationships with ILO, WHO, UNEP and ISSA. Its official languages are English and French.
ICOH Congresses are held every three years and are usually attended by about 3,000 participants. The 2018 Congress was held in Dublin (Ireland), while the 2021 Congress will be in Melbourne (Australia).
ICOH has 37 Scientific Committees. Most of these committees have regular symposia, scientific monographs and review the abstracts submitted to the International Congresses.
ICOH operates in consideration of the overriding importance of permanent training and education of experts in order to face the rapidly changing world of work, the need to develop occupational health services throughout the world (including the development and dissemination of basic occupational health services - BOHS), the importance of creating BOHS guidelines, tools, training, and pilot projects and the intention of making a global survey on the OHS situation in ICOH member countries.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the chartered and leading professional body for health and safety with more than 47,000 members working in organisations in 130 countries.
IOSH’s vision is clear—a safe and healthy world of work. Its mission is to be the professional body leading the way in global occupational safety and health.
IOSH acts as a champion, supporter, adviser, advocate and trainer for safety and health professionals working in organisations of all sizes.
Through a focus on their members and their organisations, IOSH aims to empower them to protect the safety, health and well-being of working people.
IOSH shares their passion and determination to cut the number of people who die or fall ill at work, by helping organisations to create safer, healthier, and more sustainable working practices.
For more information, visit www.iosh.com
The International Social Security Association (ISSA) is the principal international institution bringing together social security agencies and organisations. ISSA’s aim is to promote dynamic social security as the social dimension in a globalising world by supporting excellence in social security administration.
Prevention has been on ISSA’s agenda since its creation in 1927. Bringing together social security and prevention experts from over 340 social security institutions in more than 140 countries, ISSA offers a global platform and a unique network for all those in social security that are concerned with the health of workers.
ISSA has its headquarters at the International Labour Office, in Geneva and provides access to information, expert advice, business standards, practical guidelines and platforms for members to build and promote dynamic social security systems worldwide.
The vision of dynamic social security defines the framework for ISSA’s action. It refers to social security systems that are accessible, sustainable, adequate, socially inclusive and economically productive, and that are based on performing, well governed, proactive and innovative social security institutions. ISSA promotes investments in workers’ health, by providing good practice information, research, expert advice and platforms for members and other stakeholders to exchange on innovation in workplace health promotion, active employment policies, rehabilitation and reintegration. To implement a range of projects and activities, the ISSA Secretariat works closely with its Technical Commissions, and the Special Commission on Prevention and its unique network of International Prevention Sections.
On the occasion of the World Congress on Safety and Health at Work, held in Singapore from 3-6 September 2017, ISSA launched the first global prevention campaign on Vision Zero (www.visionzero.global).
For more information, visit www.issa.int
Established on 1 April 2002, the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) is the apex business chamber championing the interests of the Singapore business community. With 25,800 member companies, SBF’s focus is to sense, prioritise, analyse and help resolve burning issues facing significant segments of businesses. All Singapore-registered companies with a share capital of S$0.5 million and above are members of SBF.
As the bridge between the Singapore business community and the Government, SBF advocates firmly on behalf of businesses and our workforce, as well as at international settings, to promote the growth and vibrancy of our business community, contributing to the prosperity of Singapore.
The Federation works closely with key local and foreign business chambers, and has inaugurated the Trade Associations & Chambers (TAC) Alliance to be a better enabler for the business community.
For more information, visit www.sbf.org.sg
Established in 1965, Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI) is a not-for-profit, professional HR body which represents individual members (HR professionals, people managers, employers & business leaders) and corporations (private & public sector organisations) across diverse sectors. SHRI connects HR and business leaders locally and overseas through its signature conferences, seminars, dialogues and networking sessions.
In line with its vision to be the leading HR authority in Singapore, championing human capital excellence, SHRI is committed to advocating HR best practices, connecting a community of HR professionals and enhancing the HR profession.
For more information, visit www.shri.org.sg
The Singapore Institution of Safety Officers is a professional organisation providing representation, promotion, and support for members engaged in the practices of Workplace Safety and Health towards the protection of people, property, and the environment.
SISO was appointed by the Singapore Workforce Developments Agency as a Continuing Education and Training Centre since 1 April 2014. SISO is one of only five CET Centres that offer WSQ Workplace Safety and Health training courses for those who aspire to enter the workplace safety and health profession and WSH Professionals who want to upgrade their WSH skills and knowledge.
On the international front, SISO is a member of the International Network of Safety & Health Practitioner Organisations (INSHPO) and has a representative in INSHPO’s Executive Committee. INSHPO has 14 member organisations representing the interests of 150,000 WSH professionals worldwide.
For more information, visit www.siso.org.sg
The Association of Consulting Engineers Singapore (ACES) is a non-profit making association representing the independent consulting engineering profession in Singapore. Formed in 1971, the association is an industry grouping seeking to set and maintain standards of professional ethics, public accountability and independence amongst its members who are all directors or partners of consulting engineering firms operating in Singapore in compliance with the Professional Engineers Act and its regulations. ACES also has business interests of its members high on its agenda and seeks to ensure that professional consulting engineers in Singapore are adequately and fairly rewarded for their services.
For more information, visit http://www.aces.org.sg/
The Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME) is a not-for-profit organisation established in 1986 for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs. With wide-ranging services and programmes, ASME strives to equip member SMEs with the business knowledge and market opportunities to help them grow their businesses.
ASME, as the champion of a pro-enterprise Singapore, bridges the public and the private sectors to promote a more conducive business environment which facilitates the start-up, growth and development of a larger pool of SMEs.
ASME continues to roll out new SME-relevant programmes to enhance its position as THE business association “For Entrepreneurs, By Entrepreneurs”.
For more information, visit www.asme.org.sg
The Association of Singapore Marine Industries (ASMI) is a non-profit trade organisation set up in 1968 to promote the interests and advancement of the marine and offshore engineering industry in Singapore. It is the bona fide to trade body for the promotion of the ship repair, shipbuilding, rigbuilding and offshore engineering sector in Singapore.
ASMI represents a wide cross-section of companies in the business of ship repair, ship conversion, shipbuilding, rigbuilding and offshore engineering. Its membership comprises shipyards, manufacturers and suppliers of marine and offshore equipment, components and services. ASMI members also include marine and offshore engineering companies, marine consultants and contractors as well as others whose business activities are directly related to the industry.
The Association plays an important role in unifying industry players towards shared objectives as well as in directing industry resources towards achieving common goals. ASMI has a membership strength of 250 corporate members.
For more information, visit www.asmi.com
Established in 1997, the Association of Process Industry (ASPRI) is a membership-based trade association that represents the interest of companies in Singapore’s Process Industry. This includes the petroleum, petrochemical, specialty chemicals and pharmaceutical sectors. Our membership comprises mainly Engineering Service Providers (ESPs) that support the Process Industry in the areas of plant maintenance and plant construction. The growth of our membership by more than ten-fold to over 500 companies in less than two decades is a strong testament of ASPRI’s work.
ASPRI works very closely with several key stakeholders including its members, Process Plant Owners, Government Agencies and Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs), to propel the growth of the Process Industry and its supporting industries in various areas such as infrastructure, internationalisation, management practices, mechanisation, workers’ capabilities, performance metrics and turnaround scheduling and etc.
Committed to achieve the vision for a Safer and more productive workforce in the process industry, ASPRI-IPI, training division of ASPRI is delivering quality training at its own 40,000 sqft integrated training facility at ASPRI-Westlite Dormitory – Papan.”
For more information, visit www.aspri.com.sg
Established in 1966, the General Insurance Association of Singapore (GIA) constantly works to make all aspects of general insurance easier and more effective for consumers, agents and insurers based in Singapore.
As a Trade Association, we are actively involved in the business community representing the interests of our member companies. We assist in identifying emerging trends and responds to issues affecting the General Insurance industry. We seek to promote the overall growth and development of the Singapore General Insurance sector.
We are constantly improving our processes to adapt in the ever-changing business landscape, to ensure that our mission and structure continue to meet the business needs of our member companies.
For more information, visit www.gia.org.sg
The Institute of Technical Education (ITE) in Singapore was established on 1 April 1992 as a post-secondary institution under the Ministry of Education. An education from ITE provides graduates with good job and career advancement opportunities, as well as opportunities to go for further education and training.
Adopting a ‘One ITE System, Three Colleges’ Education Model, ITE is ready to provide exciting, high-quality, relevant and market-responsive learning for the global economy. We offer a wide range of courses to school leavers and working adults, with courses grouped in career clusters closely aligned with industry needs – Applied & Health Sciences, Business & Services, Design & Media, Electronics & Info-Comm Technology, Engineering and Hospitality. These courses can be found across the three Colleges – ITE College Central, ITE College East, and ITE College West.
For more information, visit www.ite.edu.sg
The Institution of Engineers, Singapore was formally established on July 1966 as the national society of engineers in Singapore. IES is the premier engineering Institution in Singapore and is often called upon by the Government to provide feedback on professional engineering matters.
Through close collaboration with the local universities and polytechnics, IES organises courses, seminars and talks for engineers and IES members to advance the continuous development of engineers.
The Institution maintains close links with professional organisations of engineers regionally and throughout the world. and also represents Singapore in the World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO), ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisations (AFEO) and the Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific (FEIAP) in promoting goodwill and fellowship among all engineers in the region and internationally.
Through its Engineering Accreditation Board (EAB), IES obtained full signatory status in the Washington Accord (WA) in June 2006. The entry grants IES the authority to represent Singapore, the first country within the ASEAN region which has obtained full signatory status in the WA, to vet education systems under the WA mutual recognition framework.
To raise the technical competencies of engineers in Singapore and promote engineering to the community, IES has introduced the Chartered Engineer Programme, World Engineers Summit and National Engineers Day.
For more information, visit www.ies.org.sg
Inaugurated in 1963 as Ngee Ann College, Ngee Ann Polytechnic is today one of Singapore’s leading institutions of higher learning.
The polytechnic offers full-time courses through its academic schools - School of Business & Accountancy, School of Design & Environment, School of Engineering, School of Film & Media Studies, School of Health Sciences, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, School of InfoComm Technology, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, and School of Life Sciences & Chemical Technology. The polytechnic supports Continuing Education and Training (CET) through its CET Academy which offers a wide range of part-time programmes. The polytechnic has also established two Centres of Innovation - in Environmental & Water Technology and Marine & Offshore Technology - to work on collaborative research and technology projects.
Learning takes place amid a caring and conducive environment with top-notch facilities. With our emphasis on a broad-based education, coupled with our Signature Pedagogies in the Profession and Service-Learning approach, the polytechnic’s vision is to prepare graduates with a passion for learning, values for life and competencies to thrive in a global workplace.
For more information, visit www.np.edu.sg
A leading global university centred in Asia, the National University of Singapore (NUS) is Singapore’s flagship university which offers a global approach to education and research with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise.
Its 17 facilities and schools across three campus locations in Singapore – Kent Ridge, Bukit Timah and Outram – provide a broad-based curriculum underscored by multi-disciplinary courses and cross-faculty enrichment. NUS’ transformative education includes programmes such as student exchange, entrepreneurial internships at NUS overseas Colleges, and double degree and joint degree programmes with some of the world’s top universities, offering students opportunities and challenges to realise their potential. The learning experience is complemented by a vibrant residential life with avenues for artistic, cultural and sporting pursuits.
NUS has three Research Centres of Excellence (REC) and 30 university-level research institutes and centres. It is also a partner in a 4th REC on environmental life sciences and engineering. NUS is well-known for its research strengths in engineering, life sciences and biomedicine, social sciences and natural sciences. Major research thrusts have been made recently in several fields such as quantum technology, cancer and translational medicine; interactive and digital media; and the environment and water. The University also strives to create a supportive and innovative environment to promote creative enterprise within its community.
NUS is actively involved in international academic and research networks such as the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) and International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU).
For more information, visit www.nus.edu.sg
The Occupational and Environmental Health Society (OEHS) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of occupational and environmental health in Singapore.
In 1966, the Society of Occupational Medicine was formed and on 2000, the Society of Medicine registered to become Occupational and Environmental Health Society(OEHS). Our mission is to promote and advance the health of all at work. OEHS members are professionals in the fields of occupational hygiene, medicine, nursing, safety and environmental health to advance the cause of occupational health.
For more information, visit www.oehs.org.sg
The first educational institution in Singapore to leverage the Problem-based Learning approach for all its diploma programmes, Republic Polytechnic (RP) has seven schools and one academic centre offering forty-one diplomas in Applied Science, Engineering, Management and Communication, Hospitality, Infocomm, Sports, Health & Leisure, and Technology for the Arts.
RP is committed to nurturing innovation and entrepreneurial learning in an environment that develops problem-solving skills and lifelong learning opportunities. Its holistic and broad-based curriculum prepares students for an active and meaningful role in society as problem solvers, respected professionals and passionate citizens.
RP strives for excellence by achieving various international and national accreditations, including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 22301, Singapore Quality Class, People Developer, Innovation Class, and Service Class.
For more information, visit www.rp.edu.sg
The Singapore Contractors Association Ltd (SCAL) has its origins dating back 1937. Today, SCAL represents some 3,000 members across a wide spectrum of construction firms and allied businesses, with members comprising large companies as well as small and medium sized enterprises. Widely recognised as the voice of the industry in Singapore, SCAL is well represented in numerous policy-making committees of government and professional bodies.
SCAL provides members with a platform to engage in regular dialogues with government and provide feedback on challenges and issues facing the construction industry, and conversely for government to consult on regulatory policies affecting the industry. Through outreach and networking programmes, SCAL provides members with regular updates on government regulations, latest information and trends on construction technology and practices, and opportunities for business expansion.
For more information, visit www.scal.com.sg
The Singapore Chemical Industry Council Limited (SCIC) is the official industry association representing the Singapore Energy and Chemicals cluster in the private sector. It plays a proactive role in representing the interests of this manufacturing sector and continues to promote it as a major economic pillar of Singapore. It has a membership network of more than 170 companies including key multi-national corporations (MNCs) and small & medium enterprises (SMEs) that support the entire chemical industry supply chain.
SCIC is the National Administrator of Responsible Care Programme for Singapore, a global chemical industry’s initiative that drives continuous improvement in health, safety, environmental and security (HSES) performance. SCIC is also the appointed Standards Development Organisation (SDO@SCIC) for the Chemical Standards Committee (CSC) - one of the 12 Standards Committees under the National Standardisation Programme led by the Singapore Standards Council and administered by SPRING Singapore. The SDO@SCIC manages the national standards development projects under the CSC covering key areas of bunkering, surface coatings, chemistry, nanotechnology, petroleum processes and products as well as water.
For more information, visit www.scic.sg
The Singapore Hotel Association (SHA) is the umbrella body for hotels in Singapore. Its membership is made up of hotel entities which are represented by proprietors of hotels or appointed representatives. Its current membership comprises 161 hotels which accounts for some 90% of total gazetted room count. The SHA is currently headed by its Executive Director, Ms Margaret Heng, who is also the Chief Executive of SHATEC.
For more information, visit www.sha.org.sg
Established in 1954, Singapore Polytechnic (SP) is Singapore’s first polytechnic. It has 10 schools that offer 46 full-time courses for close to 16,000 students. SP adopts a proven creative teaching and learning framework and offers students a holistic, authentic and industry-relevant curriculum, innovative and vibrant learning spaces, and enriching overseas programmes.
The Polytechnic is committed to producing competent and versatile graduates who are also imbued with sound values, so that they can be work ready, life ready and world-ready. SP has more than 195,000 graduates and among them are successful entrepreneurs, top executives in multi-national and public-listed corporations, and well-known professionals across various industries and leaders in government.
SP clinched the inaugural ASEAN People’s Award in 2015 for its contributions toward the region’s community-building efforts. SP is also the first polytechnic to be awarded the President’s Award for the Environment in 2010 and the President's Social Service Award in 2011.
Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is Singapore’s university of applied learning. SIT upholds the vision of being a leader in innovative learning by integrating learning, industry and community. Its mission is to nurture and develop individuals who build on their interests and talents to impact society in meaningful ways.
SIT offers applied degree programmes targeted at growth sectors of the economy with a unique pedagogy that integrates work and study. SIT’s degree programmes feature a six to 12-month Integrated Work Study Programme (IWSP) which exemplifies the best of university-industry collaboration.
Since its establishment in 2009, SIT has grown from its inaugural batch of 500 students in 10 degree programmes to over 6,000 students in 43 degree programmes from across SIT and 10 overseas university partners. These degree programmes are grouped into five clusters – Engineering (ENG), Chemical Engineering and Food Technology (CEFT), Infocomm Technology (ICT), Health and Social Sciences (HSS), as well as Design and Specialised Businesses (DSB).
SIT also aims to cultivate in its students four distinctive traits, or the SIT-DNA, which will prepare them to be ‘thinking tinkerers’, who are ‘able to learn, unlearn and relearn’, be ‘catalysts for transformation’ and become ‘grounded in the community’ as well.
For more information, visit www.singaporetech.edu.sg
Established since 1973, Singapore Logistics Association (SLA) envisions representing Singapore logistics with a mission to promote professionalism and excellence of the logistics industry.
As a trade association and strong fraternity advocate, its membership of 575 business entities offers a diverse scope of logistics and logistics ancillary support services. SLA fulfills its objects in close collaboration and engagement with logistics companies, academia, trade associations, business partners, government agencies, international organisations and professionals.
SLA contributes to logistics capability building through its training arm, The Logistics Academy, a registered Private Education Institute that offers quality training and lifelong learning for the logistics workforce.
For more information, visit www.sla.org.sg
Since our inception in 1990 and registration under the Societies Act with effect from 5 March 1991,Society of Loss Prevention (SLP), a non-profit organisation, has been in the forefront of Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) focus in the process industries.
SLP looks to address and promote loss prevention in industry. We have a suite of programmes which targets multiple loss prevention issues through conferences, seminars, symposiums and technical talks.
Our programmes provide a blend of both theoretical and practical knowledge with input from experienced speakers. Through networking sessions, we provide avenues for our practitioners to share their expertise and experience with the overall aim of prevention of industrial incidents.
SLP does maintain a strong partnership with the respective governmental organisations and keeps abreast of new regulations and requirements. Our members represent us on advisory committees of MOM, SCDF, SPRING and WSHC.
For more information, visit www.slp.org.sg
Established since 1932, SMF represents the interest of the manufacturing community in Singapore, driving its competitiveness and sustainable growth through serving industry-specific needs. Supported by 10 industry groups and its Centres of Excellence, SMF enhances the competitiveness of the industry by encouraging capacity development and capability building, innovation and productivity. SMF provides opportunities for companies to collaborate, network; and to grow and expand both locally and internationally. Current membership stands at about 3,000 corporate members ranging from SMEs to MNCs.
For more information, visit www.smfederation.org.sg
The Society of Project Managers (SPM) is an association of professionals, primarily of the construction industry, with a common interest of promoting and developing the science and art of project management. It promotes and propagates sound managerial, technical and commercial practices relating to the project management profession with the view of enhancing the quality of professional functions undertaken by members of the Society. It stipulates training and experience requirements which its members may accept as qualifications demonstrating adequate project management competency and to examine and certify suitable individuals. Founded in 1994, the Society has formed alliances or affiliations with several institutions and associations, both local and overseas, with similar interests to build network and help enhance knowledge and standards of practice of project management.
For more information, visit www.sprojm.org.sg
The Specialists Trade Alliance of Singapore (STAS) was formed with the mission to further develop and improve the standards of conduct and professionalism of the building trade, especially the specialist contractors and suppliers in the building and construction industry. With over 1,3000 companies membership under the belt, STAS represents a strong commitment to enhance and improve the standards of fair trading and commerce in the Singapore building and construction industry.
For more information, visit www.stas.com.sg
The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) is Singapore’s fourth public university, and one of the first universities in the world to incorporate the art and science of design and technology into a multi-disciplinary curriculum. SUTD was originally established in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) who developed over 90% of its curriculum till 2017. SUTD seeks to advance knowledge and nurture technically-grounded leaders and innovators to serve societal needs.
Also in collaboration with Zhejiang University and Singapore Management University, SUTD, a research-intensive university, is distinguished by its unique East and West academic programmes which incorporate elements of entrepreneurship, management and design thinking. Multiple post-graduate opportunities are available. In addition, skill-based professional education and training courses are also available at SUTD Academy.
For more information, visit www.sutd.edu.sg
Established in 1990, TP is one of the leading institutions of higher learning in Singapore. Currently it offers 46 full-time diploma courses in the areas of applied science, business, design, engineering, humanities & social sciences and informatics & IT. It also offers over 30 part-time courses, up to the advanced diploma level. TP students undergo a holistic learning system that combines hands-on experience, character education and relevant life skills, in an enriching learning environment. The Polytechnic has also infused global realities into its programmes and developed a mindset on campus that embraces socio-cultural diversity. These ensure that TP graduates are ready for work or further studies, and to contribute meaningfully to the community.
For more information, visit www.tp.edu.sg
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