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24-Jan-2017 15:24 PM

How to Show Your Employees You Care

Organizations today thrive on human capital. It is the quality of your workforce that largely determines business success in the overtly competitive world of today. Whereas the leadership style you wish to adhere to is solely your prerogative be it stoic, friendly or a mix of both; it is important to have some form of personal connect with your employees. And the best way to do it is to display

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22-Dec-2016 15:03 PM

10 Essential Safety Tools Every Construction Worker should Use

Employers must never underestimate the role of safety tools in ensuring safety at the workplace. In industries like engineering, manufacturing, and oil & gas, workers do rigging and lifting on a daily basis. After having your employees undergo a rigger and signalman course 

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22-Dec-2016 09:56 AM

Ways to improve your company's safety performance in 2017

An urgent need to increase workplace safety in Singapore was realized in 2005. Consequently, The Ministry of Manpower announced good practices and training frameworks for the same. And it did work. The fatality rate decreased by around three times in 2014. However, the rate of workplace injuries in 2016 has been worrying. Tec

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12-Dec-2016 13:50 PM

Top tips on how to prevent manual handling injuries

Manual handling can seem like a regular part of operations at the workplace. However, it is true that manual lifting and handling can be an occupational hazard. Injuries result from musculoskeletal disorders, and organisations suffer loss of productivity, compensation, sick pay, and investigation costs. Forklifts and cranes can do the job much more efficiently. As a responsible employer

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25-Nov-2016 12:15 PM

Safety tips for operating a lorry crane

Working with lorry cranes requires caution. From poor lighting, faded/scraped warning labels to untrained personnel, causes of lorry crane accidents are many. Sometimes, accidents may be caused by negligence on the part of workers. For instance, some workers may want to get the job done quickly, and in the process, take shortcuts. Employers should do a thorough risk assessment of the lifting op

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16-Nov-2016 09:42 AM

Tips to stay safe when working at a height

In 2015, there are 14 death cases falling from heights in workplaces in Singapore. In the recent years, height-related injuries in the workplace have caused more deaths compared to any other injury. In some workplaces, employees need to work on ladders and scaffolding. There is an equal amount of risk while working with cranes and lifts. Nowadays, owners have thei

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