See anything unsafe at your workplace? Report them immediately to protect yourself and your co-workers. Doing so might save a life.
Report unsafe situations to your boss.
Your supervisors are responsible for ensuring your safety. Tell them if you have any concerns with safety and health, or if you spot any unsafe acts at your workplace. It will help their business run smoothly, and prevent injuries to you or your colleagues.
You may also choose to raise your safety and health concerns with your company’s Union leaders, who will work together with your company to resolve the issue.
REPORT UNSAFE PRACTICES TO THE MINISTRY OF MANPOWER OR THE MIGRANT WORKERS’ CENTRE.
If need be, you may report unsafe work practices to the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) or to the Migrant Workers’ Centre (MWC).
The MOM takes workplace safety and health very seriously, and your feedback is valuable. Reporting any unsafe act will not only protect you, but also your co-workers. Your timely action can make a significant difference in preventing injuries. Reporting can keep the workplace safer for everyone and more importantly, it can save lives.
We will not disclose your identity to your employer or the company. It will be kept confidential and only key information regarding the incident will be shared with the company for investigation.
Call MOM Helpline:
The MWC is a non-government organisation (NGO) that champions fair employment practices and the well-being of migrant workers in Singapore. You may visit their website at www.mwc.org.sg or call the MWC 24-Hour Helpline: (+65) 6536 2692 to report your unsafe situation.