Requirements for Safe Management Measures at the workplace

We are NOT doing any in person appointments at our Singapore office.  For those unfamiliar with the new guidelines, here are the guidelines from the Ministry of Manpower – https://www.mom.gov.sg/covid-19/requirements-for-safe-management-measures

Here are the takeaways –

  • Working from home must be the default mode of working …Employees who have been working from home so far must continue to do so, and go to the office only where there is no alternative.
  • Companies should continue to conduct virtual meetings as much as possible. Physical meetings between employees and with suppliers / contractors must be minimised, e.g. by using tele-conferencing facilities.
  • Employers must cancel or defer all events or activities that involve close and prolonged contact amongst participants, e.g. conferences, seminars and exhibitions.

Please join us in respecting the laws of the Republic of Singapore.

Thank you

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