What is Risk Management (RM)

Every workplace should conduct routine risk assessments for all operations carried out under various environmental circumstances. Under the Risk Management Regulation, all workplaces are required to conduct a comprehensive Risk Assessment. This assessment extends from the top management to their workers.

The WSH Act aims to reduce risks at source by making stakeholders accountable for managing the risks they create in order to take practical steps to ensure the safety and health of a worker.

It is up to each individual to take a proactive measure for the greater well-being of a persons health and safety.

Markets covered by the WSH Act

  • Airports, Hotels, Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
  • Laboratories, logistics, education, factories, and Water supply, Sewerage, and waste management
  • Wholesale & Retail Trade, Food & Beverage, Docks, Wharf, Public Admin
  • Shipyards, Construction, Landscape Care & Maintanence Services,
  • Finance & Insurance Activities, Healthcare Activities, Veterinary Activities, Information & Communication, Ship in Harbor

What does Risk Management Assessment Involve?

  • Any type of work activity
  • Control and monitoring of risks
  • Communication of each risk to all personnel

What can you benefit from Risk Management Assessment?

  • Compliance to the Workplace Safety and Health Act
  • Overall improvement to reduce workplace accidents
  • Less downtime & costs related to accidents
  • Minimizes risk involved with any stakeholder while they enter/leave the premise.