Work at Heights Symposium 2023
21 Feb 2023
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Location:Stephen Riady Auditorium, level 7 NTUC Centre
1 Marina Boulevard #07-01 Singapore 018989
Falls from height is among the top contributors to workplace fatalities. In 2022, eight workers fell to their death and never made it home. Work at height safety is an important consideration across many industries. With adequate preparation and risk management, we can prevent the next fall from happening.
This year’s Work at Heights Symposium, themed “Building Resilience to Heightened Risks”, aims to raise companies’ awareness of risks and hazards associated with working at height. Find out more about emerging trends in Singapore and how they will impact the future of work at height and learn ways to mitigate work at height risks through process improvement and technology adoption in the workplace.
3 SDU points will be awarded.
Mr Abu Bakar Mohd Nor, Chairman, WSH Council (National Work at Heights Safety) Taskforce
||2022 Work at Height Statistics and Case Studies
Ms Adeline Chang, Senior Assistant Director, Ministry of Manpower
||Emerging Trends Shaping Our Work at Height Future
A/Prof Goh Yang Miang,
Dean's Chair, College of Design and Engineering
Director, Centre for Project and Facilities Management, National University of Singapore
||Managing Safety for Rooftop Solar Installation
Mr Fendy Nursalim, General Manager, Sembcorp Solar Singapore Pte Ltd
|11:45am||Smart Worksites, Safer Workplaces
Mr Allan Low, Member of WSH Sub-Committee, The Singapore Contractors Association Limited
||Panel Discussion and Q&A
Moderated by Mr. Chan Yew Kwong, WSH Senior Consultant, WSH Council
||End of Symposium