Four New Members Appointed to the WSH Council from 1 April 2022

01 Apr 2022 Announcements

As of 1 April 2022, four new Members have been appointed to the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council by Minister for Manpower, Dr Tan See Leng.  

The table below highlights the roles undertaken by the new members:

S/No.  Member and Designation  Role in the WSH Council
1 Mr Lim Keng Yang 

General Manager, 
Chevron Oronite
Mr Lim will serve as Chairman of the WSH Council (Chemical) Committee. His varied experiences across the petrochemical sector have given him a deep understanding of the WSH needs of the chemical industry. He has championed safety and health in Chevron Oronite and will be able to rally the industry to embrace the Vision Zero mindset, where all incidents and ill-health at the workplace are preventable. 
2 Ms Tan Man Ee 

Chief Operating Officer, NatSteel Holdings Pte Ltd
Previously the Deputy Chairperson of the WSH Council (Manufacturing) Committee, Ms Tan will now serve as its Chairperson. She has been active in rallying stakeholders to champion a culture of care, trust, and prevention in the workplace.  Having undertaken several positions in the manufacturing industry, she deeply understands the industry’s needs and can further help to enhance the WSH Council’s initiatives to promote WSH
3 Ms Ng Wee Wei

Country Managing Director, Accenture Singapore
Ms Ng has been appointed as a Member of the WSH Council. With extensive background in the technology sector, Ms Ng will help to bolster the WSH Council’s representation in the knowledge-intensive industries where workplace health, rather than risk of physical injury, is a more salient concern.
4 Mr Raj Joshua Thomas

Partner, Tang Thomas LLC
President, Security Association Singapore
Previously a Member of the WSH Council (Facilities Management) Committee, Mr Thomas has now been appointed as a Member of the WSH Council. As President of the Security Association Singapore, Mr Thomas has experience and influence within the private security industry, where slips, trips and falls are a key injury risk, and he will be essential in helping the WSH Council expand its reach to the industry. 

View the full composition of the WSH Council.