OS+H Asia 2022
OS+H Asia returns to Suntec Singapore from 14 – 16 September 2022 for its 13th edition, once again welcoming face-to-face meetings among workplace safety and health industry professionals.
Engage directly with over 100 international, regional and local manufacturers and suppliers, and source WSH products, equipment, solutions throughout both the digital and physical aspects of the show. Highlights at OS+H Asia 2022 include the Tech Innovation Stage, industry seminars, presentations, engagements, as well as the Forum on Workplace Safety+Health – a mainstay of the exhibition.
As a value-add, this year’s OS+H Asia physical edition will kickstart with a digital preview to serve as a one-stop sourcing and procurement platform from 7 – 16 September. Visitors can capitalise on the platform to schedule meetings and discussions ahead of their visits, source new and improved technologies, and be inspired by modern-day solutions to enhance safety standards at the workplace.
Agency of Science Technology and Research (A*STAR)
The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) is Singapore’s lead public sector R&D agency. Through open innovation, we collaborate with partners in the public and private sectors to benefit the economy and society. As a Science and Technology organisation, A*STAR bridges the gap between academia and industry. Our research creates economic growth and jobs for Singapore, and contributes to impacting healthcare and society.
Association of Consulting Engineers Singapore (ACES)
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.
Association of Process Industry (ASPRI)
Established in 1997, the Association of Process Industry (“ASPRI”) is a membership-based trade association that represents the interests of more than 500 companies in Singapore’s Process Industry. Our membership comprises mainly Engineering Service Providers (ESPs) that support the Process Industry in the areas of plant construction and maintenance.
Association of Singapore Marine Industries (ASMI)
The Association of Singapore Marine Industries (ASMI) is a non-profit trade association formed in 1968 to promote the interests and advancement of the marine industry in Singapore. Having grown and transformed itself over the last 53 years, ASMI is today the nucleus for the promotion and advancement of Singapore’s ship repair, shipbuilding, rigbuilding and offshore engineering sectors.
Association of Small and Medium Enterprise (ASME)
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.
Bedok Safety Group (BSG)
BSG was formed in 1985 with the primary purpose of providing work skills training for the new industries setting up in Singapore. The companies are mostly metalworking industries. Over the past 37 years, the industries have diversified into various sectors inclusive of Aerospace, Logistics, Semi-conductor, etc.
BSG activities include safety seminars/webinars and workshops which are held annually and working closely with various government agencies. Industry leaders, regulators and safety experts from different industries are invited to share their knowledge, experiences, best practices and expertise. BSG continues to partner with regulators and industries to promote safety and well-being of workers in Singapore.
Container Depot & Logistics Association (Singapore) (CDAS)
The Container Depot and Logistics Association (Singapore) represents the container depot operators and associated transport operators in the local logistics supply chain services to uplift the industry, embrace new technology, and create opportunities for businesses to connect. We lead the adoption of best-in-class solutions for our industry, creating a standardised eco-system that would form the backbone of a digitalised industry, with the capability to grow with new and future technologies.
Environmental Management Association of Singapore (EMAS)
Environmental Management Association of Singapore (EMAS) was first established in 1986 by service providers from contract cleaning, waste management and pest control industries. The aim of EMAS is to provide a cohesive platform for companies in the environmental industry to raise the professionalism of the industry and to address the common concerns of environmental and hygienic services.
EMAS is represented in Tripartite Cleaning Cluster chaired by NTUC, Tripartite Committee for Low Wage Workers and Inclusive Growth by Ministry of Manpower (MOM), Workplace Safety and Health Council chaired by MOM, and Cleaning Sectoral Tripartite Committee chaired by National Environment Agency (NEA).
Food and Beverage Management Association (FBMA)
The Food and Beverage Management Association (FBMA) was founded and registered in Singapore in 1989. Starting out as an avenue for food and beverage professionals to gather, the association has developed into a hub for its members to network, exchange business ideas and practices, and support the ever growing food and beverage industry. Our members include working professionals in all aspects of food and beverage operations, supply partners, institutions as well as independent consultants and service providers to the industry as a whole.
Health Promotion Board (HPB)
The Health Promotion Board (HPB) was established as a statutory board under the Ministry of Health, Singapore, in 2001 with the vision of building “A Nation of Healthy People”. HPB aims to empower Singaporeans 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, reaching out to the population at all stages of life – children, youths, adults and older Singapore residents.
Institute of Technical Education (ITE)
The Institute of Technical Education (ITE) was established as a post-secondary institution in 1992, under the Ministry of Education. ITE is a principal provider of career and technical education and a key developer of national skills certification and standards skilling Singapore for the future economy. It offers three key programmes – (1) Pre-Employment Training for youths after secondary education (2) Continuing Education and Training for adult learners and (3) Workplace Learning and Work-Study Programmes with employers. Under its ‘One ITE System, Three Colleges’ Governance Model, ITE has three Colleges – ITE College Central, ITE College East and ITE College West.
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world’s chartered body for safety and health professionals. We are the largest membership body for health and safety professionals, and champion occupational safety and health causes, advocating for change. We advise governments, NGOs and policymakers, and facilitate safety and health awareness training in around 130 countries through IOSH Services Ltd, our wholly-owned trading arm. We commission research and set national and international standards, all to shape the future of the Occupational Safety and Health profession.
International Association of Labour Inspection (IALI)
The International Association of Labour Inspection (IALI) is a global professional organisation for labour inspection. IALI’s activities focus on working conditions and emerging occupational safety and health (OSH) topics that concern labour inspectors. These activities are delivered through a forum for an exchange of information, experiences and best practices in the field of labour inspection. IALI is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022 following its establishment in 1972.
International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH)
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 more than 2,000 professionals from over 100 countries.
International Powered Access Federation (IPAF)
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) promotes the safe and effective use of powered access equipment worldwide in the widest sense – through providing technical advice and information; through influencing and interpreting legislation and standards; and through safety initiatives and training programmes. IPAF is a not-for-profit organisation owned by its members, which include manufacturers, rental companies, distributors, contractors and users. IPAF members operate a majority of the MEWP rental fleet worldwide and manufacture about 85% of platforms on the market.
Land Transport Authority (LTA)
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) spearheads land transport developments in Singapore. They plan, design, build and maintain Singapore’s land transport infrastructure and systems. They aspire to strengthen Singapore’s land transport connectivity and integrate a greener and more inclusive public transport system complemented by walk and cycle options. They harness technology to strengthen SIngapore’s rail and bus infrastructure and develop exciting options for future land transport.
Landscape Industry Association Singapore (LIAS)
The mission of LIAS is to develop and promote professionalism and quality in landscape products and services to fulfil Singapore’s vision of being a City in Nature.
LIAS provides a forum for members to foster better networking, encourage industry discussions and maximise trade opportunities. The Association disseminates updates on industry information, organises trade programmes and promotions as well as activities relating to landscaping. Members stand to enjoy discounts and privileges on programmes and activities organised by LIAS.
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was established on 2 February 1996, with the mission to develop Singapore as a premier global hub port and international maritime centre (IMC), and to advance and safeguard Singapore’s strategic maritime interests. MPA is the driving force behind Singapore’s port and maritime development, taking on the roles of Port Authority, Port Regulator, Port Planner, IMC Champion, and National Maritime Representative. MPA partners the industry and other agencies to enhance safety, security and environmental protection in our port waters, facilitate port operations and growth, expand the cluster of maritime ancillary services, and promote maritime R&D and manpower development.
Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) is a comprehensive and research-intensive university which offers engineering, business, science, humanities, arts, social sciences, education and medicine. Ranked among the world’s top universities, NTU is home to world-class institutes – the National Institute of Education, S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Earth Observatory of Singapore, and Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering.
Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP)
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 a Centre of Innovation – in Environmental & Water 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.
Occupational and Environmental Health Society (OEHS)
The Occupational and Environmental Health Society (OEHS) is a non-profit organisation with the mission to promote and advance the health of all at work. Currently, the society is a member of International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA). Besides organising seminars and events to raise awareness and promote sharing of occupational health and hygiene knowledge in the OSH fraternity, OEHS’ members also actively contribute to the advance of OSH in Singapore through service in working groups of various agencies. Members of the society comprise professionals in the fields of occupational health, industrial hygiene, workplace HSE and environmental safety in Singapore.
Republic Polytechnic (RP)
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 36 full-time diplomas in Applied Science, Engineering, Management and Communication, Hospitality, Infocomm, Sports, Health and Leisure, and Technology for the Arts. RP is committed to nurturing professionals with strong problem-solving capabilities through an innovative and entrepreneurial learning environment, based on a holistic and industry-relevant curriculum. RP’s Academy for Continuing Education also offers a comprehensive suite of lifelong learning programmes to provide adult learners with skills upgrading opportunities.
SAAA @ Singapore
SAAA@Singapore was formed with the aim of advocating the promotion, protection and development of the business of carriage of goods by air transportation in general and the air cargo forwarding business in particular.
As an active player in the air logistics industry, participations in industry-related committees are essential to ensure that there are representations to further enhance the industry.
SAAA@Singapore has international representation in the following; Federation of Asia-Pacific Aircargo Associations (FAPAA), International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA), International Air Transport Association (IATA).
As of Jan 2022, SAAA@Singapore has 155 members, 113 Ordinary and 42 Associate.
Singapore Business Federation (SBF)
As the apex business chamber, the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) champions the interests of the business community in Singapore in trade, investment and industrial relations. Nationally, SBF acts as the bridge between businesses and government in Singapore to create a conducive business environment. Internationally, SBF represents the business community in bilateral, regional and multilateral fora for the purpose of trade expansion and business networking.
Singapore Chefs’ Association
The Singapore Chefs’ Association is the official chefs body in Singapore recognised by the Singapore government. It is also the only chefs association in Singapore recognised by Worldchefs, the global association of chefs.
Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SCIC)
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.
SCIC 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. These members provide vast resources and opportunities in supporting a conducive business environment for the chemical industry.
Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL)
The Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL) is a not-for-profit organisation representing more than 3,000 construction firms and allied businesses in Singapore. Since 1937, SCAL has been playing a pivotal role in being the voice of the construction industry in Singapore through facilitating various platforms such as bridging working relationships between businesses and government agencies, networking events for members, recognition and awards platforms and administering programmes to drive business success.
Singapore Hotel Association (SHA)
The Singapore Hotel Association (SHA) is the umbrella body for hotels in Singapore. Its current membership comprises 160 hotels which accounts for some 80% of total gazetted room count.
Activities of SHA revolve around the following main themes: Research and Representations, Innovation, Productivity and Service Excellence, Safety and Security, Manpower and Training, Community and Member Relations.
In addition, the SHA has a training arm, SHATEC, which was set up in 1983 to provide skilled manpower to the hotel industry.
Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI)
The Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI) is a leading, not-for-profit professional HR body, established in 1965. Serving HR professionals, employers and business leaders from both public and private sector organisations across diverse industries in Singapore. As an independent voice driving Singapore’s HR agenda on a national and global scale, SHRI is an intermediary for the HR fraternity and policymakers. SHRI has been the trendsetter, championing benchmarks in standards of HR best practices by connecting HR professionals and business leaders locally and regionally through its signature events, member engagement activities, dialogues and networking sessions. Under the SHRI Group, the SHRI Academy strives to raise and enable HR Professionalism and be “the body of knowledge”. The SHRI Corp arm aims to provide HR resources, expertise and value-added services to individuals and organisations.
Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA)
The Singapore Institute of Architects is a professional organisation established in 1963 with the objective to promote the architectural profession and the built environment in Singapore. The Institute is the sole representative for architectural profession in Singapore.
The Institute’s mission is “To champion for excellence in Architecture and the Built Environment” and our vision is to see “Singapore as an Architecture Capital”.
Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)
The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is Singapore’s first University of Applied Learning, offering specialised degree programmes that prepare its graduates to be work-ready professionals. The University’s unique pedagogy integrates work and study, embracing authentic learning in a real-world environment through collaborations with key strategic partners. Its focus on applied research with business impact is aimed at helping industry innovate and grow.
Singapore Institution of Safety Officers (SISO)
Established in 1975, the Singapore Institution of Safety Officers (SISO) 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. As a leading institution for the advancement of the WSH profession, SISO establishes professional development opportunities to continually enhance the skills, knowledge, attributes, and competence of members to equip them to stay employable, productive and future-ready.
Singapore International Facility Management Association (SIFMA)
The Singapore International Facility Management Association (SIFMA) is the Trade Associations & Chamber (TAC) representing the voice of the FM sector. SIFMA aims to advance, promote technology adoption, and develop FM as a rewarding, fulfilling and recognised profession. SIFMA also conducts webinars, targeted career fairs, training courses, industrial visits, and works on several FM-related collaborations with stakeholders, including industry partners and government agencies.
Singapore Lift and Escalator Contractors and Manufacturers Association (SLECMA)
The Singapore Lift & Escalator Contractors and Manufacturers Association was formed in 1975. The Association was formed to promote and protect legitimate trade practices in connection with the manufacture, importation and distribution by its members of all kinds of lift and escalator equipment. It also works closely with the authority, developers, owners and users in ensuring a high standard of performance and safety in the operation of the lift and escalator equipment in Singapore.
Singapore Logistics Association (SLA)
Representing over 600 logistics enterprises in Singapore, SLA supports and sustains a vibrant and thriving ecosystem for the logistics sector. We offer a wide range of targeted programmes and initiatives to help businesses emerge stronger, be future ready and to stay ahead of competition.
Singapore Management University (SMU)
Located in the heart of the city, SMU is recognised for its disciplinary and multi-disciplinary research that address issues of global relevance, impacting business, government, and society. Its distinctive education, incorporating innovative experiential learning, aims to nurture global citizens and change agents. With over 12,000 students, SMU offers a wide range of bachelors, masters and PhD degree programmes in the disciplinary areas of accountancy, business, economics, computing, law and social sciences as well as executive development and continuing education programmes.
Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF)
Established since 1932, the Singapore Manufacturing Federation (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 Associated Services, the SMF enhances the competitiveness of the industry by encouraging capacity development and capability building, innovation and productivity. The SMF provides opportunities for companies to collaborate, network, and to grow and expand both locally and internationally. Current membership stands at about 5,000 members comprising SMEs, MNCs and Affiliate members.
Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS)
SUSS provides an applied education that targets both fresh school leavers and adult learners in the domain of the social sciences, as well as in disciplines that have a strong impact on human and community development. It offers a diverse range of courses with more than 80 undergraduate and graduate programmes across 5 schools, delivered in flexible and modular pathways.
Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD)
The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) is one of the first universities in the world to incorporate the art and science of design and technology into a truly holistic interdisciplinary education and research experience that culminates in real-world design innovations. SUTD seeks to advance knowledge and nurture technically-grounded leaders and innovators to serve societal needs.
SingHealth Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd
SingHealth, Singapore’s largest public healthcare cluster, is committed to providing affordable, accessible and quality healthcare to patients. With a network of acute hospitals, national specialty centres, polyclinics and community hospitals offering over 40 clinical specialties, it delivers comprehensive, multi-disciplinary and integrated care. Beyond hospital walls, SingHealth partners community care providers to enable the population to keep well, get well and live well. As part of the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre, SingHealth also focuses on advancing education and research to continuously improve care outcomes for patients.
Society of Project Managers (SPM)
The Singapore 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.
Founded in 1994 with 55 members, 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.
SPM 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.
Specialists Trade Alliance Singapore (STAS)
Specialists Trade Alliance of Singapore is an industry association representing the building specialist contractors and suppliers in the building and construction industry. An alliance of 13 Building Specialists and Suppliers associations with over 1,300 corporate members, they advocate the standards of fair trading and commerce in the building and construction industry.
Temasek Polytechnic (TP)
Established in 1990, TP is one of the leading institutions of higher learning in Singapore. Currently it offers 36 full-time diploma courses in the areas of applied science, business, design, engineering, humanities & social sciences and informatics & IT. It also offers over 40 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.
The Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES)
The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) is the national society of engineers in Singapore and is often called upon by the Government to provide feedback on professional engineering matters. IES represents Singapore in the international and regional engineering organisations in promoting goodwill and fellowship among all. Through its Engineering Accreditation Board (EAB), IES obtained full signatory status in the Washington Accord (WA) that grants full authority to IES in vetting education systems under the WA mutual recognition framework. To promote engineering to the community, IES has introduced the Chartered Engineer Programme, World Engineers Summit and National Engineers Day.