Environmental Management Association of Singapore
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.
Since its inception, EMAS has organised various activities such as seminar, mission trips, trainings, etc, to promote and expand the interest of its members and the Industry. EMAS also disseminates information and industry updates which are useful for both business and professional development. Furthermore, EMAS is consistently engaging government and regulatory bodies, so that the industry can align itself well with government initiatives and directions. Relevant efforts would include the provision of timely and relevant feedback to the regulatory authorities on situations at ground level in order to facilitate the development of feasible policies.
More information available at emas.org.sg/
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.
More information available at www.ipaf.org/
National Safety Council Of Singapore
The National Safety Council of Singapore (NSCS) is a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) with the objective of promoting safety in all areas of life in Singapore including safety at work, safety on the roads, safety in the home and safety in recreational activities and sports and the community in general.
- To share information on WSH National Emphasis Programs, Regulatory Agenda, and opportunities to participate in the rulemaking process
- To convene or participate in forums, roundtable discussions, or stakeholder meetings on construction safety issues, transportation safety issues, or best practices in injury and illness prevention programs, and to help forge innovative solutions in the workplace or to provide input on safety and health issues.
- To encourage worker participation in workplace safety and health by developing a sample policy for employers focused on encouraging worker engagement in hazard identification and developing a best practice document for training and engaging workers on hazard identification and control.
More information available at www.nscs.gov.sg/
Occupational & Environmental Health Society
The Occupational and Environmental Health Society is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of occupational and environmental health in Singapore.
More information available at www.oehs.org.sg/
Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association
PASMA, the international not-for-profit association for the mobile access tower industry. Representing the interests of manufacturers, suppliers, specifiers and users, it provides and oversees the industry standard training scheme and is a major publisher of safety-related knowledge, information and guidance.
More information available at pasma.co.uk/
Singapore Institution of Safety Officers
Established in 1975, SISO has more than 1,000 members who are safety officers as well as specialists in occupational safety, health and environment, fire-safety, occupational hygiene and ergonomics. SISO’s mission is to enhance the competency, and to promote and uphold high standards of professional practice among our members.
More information available at www.siso.org.sg/
The Institution of Engineers, Singapore
The Institution of Engineers, Singapore was formally established in July 1966 as the national society of engineers in Singapore. IES is the premier engineering Institution in Singapore and is often called upon by the Government to provide feedback on professional engineering matters.
Through close collaboration with the local universities, polytechnics and industry players, IES and its Academy organise courses, seminars and talks for engineers to advance the continuous development of engineers.
The Institution maintains close links with professional organisations of engineers regionally and throughout the world. IES also represents Singapore in the World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO), ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisations (AFEO) and the Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific (FEIAP) in promoting goodwill and fellowship among all engineers in the region and internationally.
IES obtained full signatory status in the Washington Accord (WA) in June 2006 to vet education systems under the WA mutual recognition framework.
To raise the technical competency of engineers, IES has launched the Chartered Engineer (CEng) Programme in 2013. It also organises the annual National Engineers Day and the biennial World Engineers Summit.
More information available at www.ies.org.sg/
The Safety Officer Thailand
For all professionals in safety, occupational health and working environment in Thailand.
More information available at www.facebook.com/TheSafetyOfficer2021
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF)
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) set up in 1932, is a national body and industry association that works together with relevant partners to champion the interests and growth of its members and the manufacturing community in Singapore; enhancing their competitiveness through capability development and capacity building, innovation and productivity, adoption and implementation of standards, overseas expansion as well as providing assistance and opportunities for companies to collaborate, network, grow and expand both locally and internationally.
SMF carries out a myriad of activities to enhance the competitive edge of its members. Leveraging on its extensive network of contacts, 10 Industry Groups and 7 Centres of Excellence, SMF is the voice for Singapore's manufacturing community for over 84 years and plays an important role to facilitate tripartite communications among the government, foreign delegates and the local manufacturing community.
2985 Jalan Bukit Merah
T +65 6826 3000
F +65 6826 3008
More information available at www.smfederation.org.sg/