Infographics: 2019-nCov Best Practice

Here is an infographics by International SOS on the Best Practices on how to manage this 2019 Novel Coronavirus. For full PDF, please click here.

Diploma for Eldercare

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to acquire the essential skills and knowledge of caring for the elderly for employment in the eldercare sector. Admission Requirements: At least a GCE N level or equivalent or pass SOHA Institute’s entrance language test Mature...

Safety Leadership Conference 2019

A fruitful event with sharing from various industry on how important company leaders are in leading the safety culture in each company. Here are the details of each speakers and click to see each of their speeches:...

CEO Breakfast Talk – Roles & Responsibility For FDW

Talk For Employers Of Foreign Domestic Workers (FDW) – Roles And Responsibilities As part of Skills Future Festival 2019, the National Safety Council of Singapore (NSCS), in partnership with Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) is organising a seminar on topics relating to the engagement of Foreign...

CEO’s Breakfast Talk – Workplace Safety, Health & Welfare

In conjunction with the SkillsFuture Festival 2019, the National Safety Council of Singapore (NSCS), in partnership with the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) will be holding a Breakfast Talk for SMEs CEOs. Our invited guest speakers Mr Winston Yew, Director – Industry Development, WSH Council, and...

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About NSCS

The National Safety Council of Singapore (NSCS) is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with the objective of promoting safety in all areas of life in Singapore including safety at work, safety on the roads, safety in the home and safety in recreational activities and sports and the community in general.

NSCS Pledge

As a citizen of the Republic of Singapore, and fully realising not only my rights, but also my duties as a citizen, and deeply conscious of the heavy toll of life and limb, and the resulting suffering, together with the serious burden on the daily life and economy of the Republic:-

to do everything within my power
to help reduce the death and injury
taking place on our public highways,
in and around our homes, schools, factories,
offices, playgrounds and all other
fields of human activity.

to do my best to help others understand
and avoid the dangers surrounding them.

Our Heritage

The National Safety Council of Singapore (NSCS) was first known as The National Safety First Council of Singapore when it was inaugurated on 1st July 1966 by Dr. Goh Keng Swee who was then our Minister for Defence. Initially our focus was on road safety to bring road safety awareness to the public. Gradually, NSCS explored several other aspects of safety including occupational health and safety, home safety and even child safety.

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