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Estimated reading time: 7 minutes     Safety is important to everyone and especially so for the oil and gas industry. As one of the most dangerous industries, it is important for organisations to have a comprehensive and thorough safety programs and procedures in place. A recent report submitted by the International Association of Oil…

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Latest Developments in Safety Case Regime

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes   In 2017, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) first announced the Workplace Safety and Health (Major Hazard Installations) Regulations. This requires all MHIs to develop and submit their respective Safety Case, in accordance to the regulations. MHIs are required to prepare Safety Case reports and present all risk reduction measures in place…

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burning of forests haze peat

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes   Large burning of forests in Indonesia has contributed to the haze currently happening in South East Asia. The forest fires that are occurring on carbon-rich peat soil contributes to the rise of harmful particles in the air, affecting the air quality in the region. Fires and the resulting haze…

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Corporate training

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes   It has been established that corporate training bring about many benefits. Yet, with implications of being tough, dry and boring, the word ‘training’ alone is able to give employees chills down their spines. How can we increase the appeal of corporate training for employees then?   Here are 4…

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Corporate training teamwork

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes     The business world is brutal enough, but organisations will know that it gets even harsher when competing for talent. In today’s reality, retaining talent is of utmost concern. With research showing that employee turnover costs an employer 21% of the employee’s salary, it is plausible to see the…

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corporate training

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes     Corporate training is growing fast. It is becoming a trend to cultivate higher skilled employees who can contribute to the company success. Spending on corporate training is rising rapidly as well. According to Bersin by Deloitte, corporate training spending increased 10% in 2014, 12% in 2015, and 15% in 2016. …

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