The Singapore WSH Conference: 19 and 20 September 2022 (Singapore Time Zone)
The impact of COVID-19 on human health is abating, but economies are still coping with the knock-on effects of the pandemic and the Ukraine crisis, such as rising costs, supply chain bottlenecks, pressing deadlines and manpower constraints. Some of these factors will adversely affect workplace safety and health as well.
This year’s Conference is themed “Reinforcing WSH for Business Sustainability”. To be officiated by Dr Tan See Leng, Singapore’s Minister for Manpower, the Conference will bring together business leaders, government representatives, WSH practitioners and management representatives to discuss WSH challenges and share best practices to explore and improve WSH strategies, and bolster companies’ competitive edge in these challenging times.
Write to email@example.com for virtual conference passes, at SGD 250 per participant.
To see the full two-day Conference programme and listing of our distinguished speakers and moderators, visit www.singaporewshconference.sg.