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I would like to seek some advice from you guys. I am 33 this year holding a diploma in manufacturing by NYP and this year i have been enroll to BSc Human Factors in Safety(3~4yrs) offer by Unisim.

 

I am currently working as a Engineering Specialist in a Manufacturing company and i would like to make a career path switch to safety industry.

 

I intend to register as a WSH Officer upon graduation but I do not have any safety experience background. Therefore, should i first take WSH Level A, Level B, WSH Level C, FSM certificate concurrently while studying my degree and find any safety-related job to gain the required 2-year experience? Or these certifications can wait till i finish my degree?

 

If yes, the degree that i am studying is Human Factors (Ergonomics). Should i apply for Ergonomics safety job (Do you know any job which is relevant?)

 

Pls help as I am kinda lost here.

There is no Ergonomics safety job in SG as far as I know. Ergo is only part of health.

One of my lecturer in UNI who worked in SGH is an Ergo expert.

One of the ergo report may cost more than 10k. Seen his Ergo report when I was in a US MNC. Too bad I have read the report after I have completed that module.

EHS consists of Environmental, Health and Safety. Ones need lots of experience to be expert in one of these. I am only a generalist in EHS.

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ANyone like me jobless soon as contract over...

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Lucky got offer after 6 weeks of job hunting,lucky no pay cut. Guys, tough times ahead...

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Lucky got offer after 6 weeks of job hunting,lucky no pay cut. Guys, tough times ahead...

 

that was fast.

 

yes. tough times ahead.

 

with lhl trying to prove his toughness toward china and having to bring in more indian workers...

 

on top of a weak economy...

regards,

 

cstay66

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Tmr signing appointment letter, a load off my mind, not too bad. I guess after 2 months of jobless void period.

In fact, I am enjoying and made new friends and also build some network.

Those over leveraged for the past few years, tought times and challenging envirnoment.

First thing to cut, are those departments that are not bringing in revenue....

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Tmr signing appointment letter, a load off my mind, not too bad. I guess after 2 months of jobless void period.

In fact, I am enjoying and made new friends and also build some network.

Those over leveraged for the past few years, tought times and challenging envirnoment.

First thing to cut, are those departments that are not bringing in revenue....

 

safety will always be a cost centre than profit centre.

 

for those looking for jobs and future prospect, please look toward the changi airport or changi east. there will be enough jobs to house many singaporeans in the next 15 years.

 

another area is the lta. at least another sgd15 billions will be spent in our rail sytem in the next 10 years. coastal line will be up next.

 

prolonged low oil price will see many oil and gas related company fold up. many ppl will lose job.

 

the only sector that will boom will be the construction, provided the government is not holding back.

 

we need to build at least another 20 hospitals, another 50 nursing homes, another 100 shelters for the underprivileged, etc.

regards,

 

cstay66

hp 9459 5300

 

read my love-hate relationship with my wee.

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2305336&postcount=35

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Please speak to recruiter for the job.

 

As spoken, I am hiring for a HSE Manager position on behalf of Samsung-Koh Brothers JV (SSKBJV) for the Package1- Changi Airport Terminal 5 Runway expansion project.

 

“The scope of works include extending Runway 3 and developing a supporting taxiway system to link the runway to Changi Airport, all of which will total about 40 kilometres. Security fencing, perimeter roads and other supporting works, as well as airfield lighting control centres and rescue facilities will also be built. Koh Brothers will also construct drainage systems to keep the runways free from surface water, and supply concrete for the project.”

 

Main job responsibilities:

 

1. Comprehensive HSSE Project Management inclusive of both Aerodrome (Airside Safety Management System) and Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) aspects.

2. Strategic Safety Risk Appreciation (Aerodrome and WSH) and Mitigation Measures.

3. Security Management Plan (Aerodrome and WSH) with emphasis in Inclusion Detection and Tracking System, CCTV System and plans for prevention to aircraft maneuvering areas and/or unauthorized areas.

4. Administer Work Specific Safety Plans for Airside and Landside works including Obstacle Limit Surfaces (OLS) Management, Wildlife Management and Foreign Objects Debris (FOD) Management Plans.

5. Advising on Enterprise Risk Management Plan detailing overall risk management process, risk management structure with clear accountability and ownership of risks across the various organizational levels - Construction Strategy including resources (manpower and equipment) planning and allocation and key initiatives to deliver project on schedule, taking into accounts on Aerodrome regulations, Geographic constraints, Statutory requirements.

 

Working hours: Mon-Fri (7.30am-6pm); Sat( 7.30am -5pm)

 

If you know anyone suitable (must be Local or PR), please kindly recommend them to me. Thank you!

 

Best wishes,

 

Jing Leong | Consultant

Worldwide Recruitment Solutions

http://www.worldwide-rs.com

Email: Jing.l@worldwide-rs.com

Tel: +65 6709 5760 direct line

 

EA Registration Number R1441393

EA license no 15C7589

Address: Worldwide Recruitment Solutions Pte Ltd, 8 Shenton Way, #50-03 AXA Tower, Singapore 068811

 

 

safety will always be a cost centre than profit centre.

 

for those looking for jobs and future prospect, please look toward the changi airport or changi east. there will be enough jobs to house many singaporeans in the next 15 years.

 

another area is the lta. at least another sgd15 billions will be spent in our rail sytem in the next 10 years. coastal line will be up next.

 

prolonged low oil price will see many oil and gas related company fold up. many ppl will lose job.

 

the only sector that will boom will be the construction, provided the government is not holding back.

 

we need to build at least another 20 hospitals, another 50 nursing homes, another 100 shelters for the underprivileged, etc.

regards,

 

cstay66

hp 9459 5300

 

read my love-hate relationship with my wee.

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2305336&postcount=35

1987-kawasaki gto 110, 1990-honda rebel 250, 2004-suzuki vstrom dl650, 2009-yamaha fjr 1300, 2011-kawasaki er6f

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Please speak to recruiter for the job.

 

As spoken, I am hiring for a HSE Manager position on behalf of Samsung-Koh Brothers JV (SSKBJV) for the Package1- Changi Airport Terminal 5 Runway expansion project.

 

“The scope of works include extending Runway 3 and developing a supporting taxiway system to link the runway to Changi Airport, all of which will total about 40 kilometres. Security fencing, perimeter roads and other supporting works, as well as airfield lighting control centres and rescue facilities will also be built. Koh Brothers will also construct drainage systems to keep the runways free from surface water, and supply concrete for the project.”

 

Main job responsibilities:

 

1. Comprehensive HSSE Project Management inclusive of both Aerodrome (Airside Safety Management System) and Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) aspects.

2. Strategic Safety Risk Appreciation (Aerodrome and WSH) and Mitigation Measures.

3. Security Management Plan (Aerodrome and WSH) with emphasis in Inclusion Detection and Tracking System, CCTV System and plans for prevention to aircraft maneuvering areas and/or unauthorized areas.

4. Administer Work Specific Safety Plans for Airside and Landside works including Obstacle Limit Surfaces (OLS) Management, Wildlife Management and Foreign Objects Debris (FOD) Management Plans.

5. Advising on Enterprise Risk Management Plan detailing overall risk management process, risk management structure with clear accountability and ownership of risks across the various organizational levels - Construction Strategy including resources (manpower and equipment) planning and allocation and key initiatives to deliver project on schedule, taking into accounts on Aerodrome regulations, Geographic constraints, Statutory requirements.

 

Working hours: Mon-Fri (7.30am-6pm); Sat( 7.30am -5pm)

 

If you know anyone suitable (must be Local or PR), please kindly recommend them to me. Thank you!

 

Best wishes,

 

Jing Leong | Consultant

Worldwide Recruitment Solutions

http://www.worldwide-rs.com

Email: Jing.l@worldwide-rs.com

Tel: +65 6709 5760 direct line

 

EA Registration Number R1441393

EA license no 15C7589

Address: Worldwide Recruitment Solutions Pte Ltd, 8 Shenton Way, #50-03 AXA Tower, Singapore 068811

 

 

safety will always be a cost centre than profit centre.

 

for those looking for jobs and future prospect, please look toward the changi airport or changi east. there will be enough jobs to house many singaporeans in the next 15 years.

 

another area is the lta. at least another sgd15 billions will be spent in our rail sytem in the next 10 years. coastal line will be up next.

 

prolonged low oil price will see many oil and gas related company fold up. many ppl will lose job.

 

the only sector that will boom will be the construction, provided the government is not holding back.

 

we need to build at least another 20 hospitals, another 50 nursing homes, another 100 shelters for the underprivileged, etc.

regards,

 

cstay66

hp 9459 5300

 

read my love-hate relationship with my wee.

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2305336&postcount=35

1987-kawasaki gto 110, 1990-honda rebel 250, 2004-suzuki vstrom dl650, 2009-yamaha fjr 1300, 2011-kawasaki er6f

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everything so quiet nowsdays eg u see newspaper no much safety job ads...training centre no student...construction no much....many foreign talent packing their bag go home country....

Nowadays everyone is cost cutting, EHS on the other hand don't save upfront money for the company...

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Current bikes: NIL

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Hi this forum last entry was 2yrs back, i hope someone can help me with this. I'm currently doing assessment that said Discuss the legal requirements for employers to ensure their employees have access to health surveillance and health services. Anyone can help me with this..pls?

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the safety market is already dead since 2 yr ago. I am wondering why u still taking a course in Safety. My friend graduated a Degree in Safety 2 yr ago and till today he still jobless. there is no market job demand is safety now cos u can see yourself on the newpaper Strait Times job classified ads. The market job demand for yr 2019 is cybersecurity which salary is double more than safety officer salary.

 

 

Hi this forum last entry was 2yrs back, i hope someone can help me with this. I'm currently doing assessment that said Discuss the legal requirements for employers to ensure their employees have access to health surveillance and health services. Anyone can help me with this..pls?
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