Develop a Workplace Safety & Health Management System (WSHMS) Implementation Plan – bizSAFE Level 4

Candidates who are tasked to develop risk assessments for the workplace will learn how to:

  • Introduction of Workplace Safety and Health Management System
  • Review WSH Policy and Risk Management Plan for Deficiencies
  • Apply Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Methodology
  • Comply Legal and Other Requirements in Singapore
  • Set WSH Objectives and Determine Specific Programme(s)
  • Establish WSH Management Programme Framework
  • Establish WSH Resources, Roles, Responsibility, Accountability and Authority
  • Establish WSH Awareness and Training Programme
  • Establish WSH Communication Procedure
  • Establish WSH Documentation System
  • Develop Operational Control to Manage the WSH Risks to an Acceptable Level
  • Establish a Framework for Organisational Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan
  • Develop Performance Measurement and Monitoring Procedure to Monitor and Measure WSH Performance
  • Evaluation of Compliance
  • Develop Processes for Investigation and Reporting of Accident/Incident
  • Control of Records
  • Establish an Internal Audit Programme
  • Conduct Management Review of WSH Management System

On completion of this unit, learners will acquire the knowledge and skills to be a WSHMS Program Lead for the organisation in preparing a WSHMS implementation plan to meet the requirements of SS 506 and risk management  code of practice and for recognition of bizSAFE Level 4 by Workplace Safety and Health

It entails reviewing the current WSH policy, risk management plan and WSH programmes. 

This course is for

  • Management
    Health & Safety personnel
    Line Supervisors
    Team Leaders

  • Assumed Skills and Knowledge:

    • Recommended for the trainee to be competent to WSQ ESS Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) Level 5 (‘O’ Levels )

Course Duration

  • 30 hours (In Person and Online options available)

Course Assessment

  • Written assessment

Course Language

  • English

Course Fee(before GST)

  • $620 (before applicable funding)

Certificate Type and Validity

  • WSQ Statement of Attainment

  • TSC Code: WPH-WSH-4086-1.1 Workplace Safety and Health System Management

  • Certificate does not expire

Topics covered during the course:

  • Review WSH policy and risk management plan for deficiencies against the requirements of SS506 and risk management code of practice
  • Apply hazard identification and risk assessment methodology to determine the controls necessary in reducing risks at source in accordance with requirements of SS506 and risk management code of practice
  • Set WSH objectives and determine specific programme(s) to enable the achievement of WSH objectives for organisation in alignment with WSH policy
  • Establish WSH management programme framework for organisation to embark on to meet the organisational safety and health needs in accordance with WSH legal and other requirements
  • Establish a framework for organisational emergency preparedness and response plan in accordance with WSH legal and other requirements
  • Develop operational control to manage the WSH risks to an acceptable level in consistence with hierarchy of controls and comply with applicable WSH legal and other requirements
  • Develop processes for investigation and reporting of accident/ incident based on WSH legal and other requirements
  • Establish an internal audit programme to evaluate the organisational WSH management system for conformance to SS506 requirements and WSH legal and other requirements
  • Develop the WSH management system implementation plan based on the needed changes identified that fulfill SS506 requirements and risk management code of practice
  • Conduct management review of WSH management system to ensure its continuing stability, adequacy and effectiveness in accordance with SS506 requirements and WSH legal and other requirements
  • Present to stakeholders the developed WSH management system implementation plan for review in accordance with organisational procedures