27 - 28 Feb 2020
25 Nov 2019 - 20 Feb 2020
14 hours / 2 days
9:00am to 5:00pm
Mode of Training:
This course is supported by the Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SCIC) and the Waste Management & Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS). It is targeted at providing a training platform for employees in organisations with significant contribution to the nation’s Energy and Chemicals Industries as well as the Environmental Services Industries.
If these organisations are not adequately trained for workplace safety, even the smallest incident in the Energy and Chemicals/Waste Industry may affect Singapore’s reputation in world class safety. Therefore, this training course addresses a national need for organisations to be adequately trained to be mindful in their dealings in the industry.
In the Energy & Chemicals Industry Transformation Map (ITM), the Economic Development Board (EDB) has put in place manpower plans to support the growing industry in Energy and Chemicals sectors such as ensuring skilled talents are trained up to speed to support this growing demand, awarding scholarships in this field, and providing sponsorship to set up a chemical process technology centre on Jurong Island to train engineering graduates.
In the Environmental Services Industry Transformation Map (ITM), improving the image of the Environmental Services Industry is also key in attracting new sources of manpower into the industry and upskilling the workforce competency.
National Environment Agency (NEA) is also working with companies and Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) to roll out more relevant continuing education and training (CET) programmes to address the skills and training needs within the industry.
This is to prevent the reoccurrence of safety incidents such as chemical spillage in companies dealing with hazardous wastes in the recent years in Jurong island as well.
The objectives of the course is to develop the capabilities in Chemical Management and Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) in Singapore; such that it helps to reduce occupational diseases, injuries and fatalities from potential exposure to hazardous chemicals in the chemical industry.
Participants will learn the comprehensive skills to be effective in dealing with chemicals/wastes at the workplace. In addition, feedback on application of learning and adoption of best practice is available after the training through mentoring visits by Singapore Polytechnic’s lecturers.
This will close the loops to ensure learners are able to apply the knowledge and practice gained in the course at their workplace.
• Chemical Hazards
• Chemical Classification & Labeling Systems
• Associated Chemical Hazards & Risks, Safety Signs & Hierarchy of Control
• Hazard Communications
• Types of Safety Signs
• Hierarchy of Risk Control
• Legislation and Relevant Industry Codes
• Workplace Safety & Health Act & Regulations
• Fire Safety Act & Regulations
• Approved Code of Practices/ Singapore Standards
• WSH Risk Management Process & Framework & Process
• WSH Risk Assessment Tools & Techniques
• Managing & Handling Chemicals
• Hazardous Chemicals Management Program
• Duties & Responsibilities of Chemical Handling Personnel
• Environmental impacts of chemical waste
• Treatment technologies and management practices for chemical waste
• Legislative aspects of chemical waste management
• Case studies
Process Technician, Process Supervisor, Process Engineer, Production Supervisor, Waste and Recyclables Collection Executive, Waste and Recyclables Collection Attendant, Operations Manager in Chemical Industries
Minimum Entry Requirements / Assumed Skills and Knowledge
Basic English proficiency, ITE Certificate (NITEC) and above
Award / Certification / Accreditation
• Certificate of Performance (electronic Certificate will be issued)
A Certificate of Performance will be awarded to participants who pass the examination and meet at least 75% attendance rate
• This course is entitled for 14 SDU points awarded by Singapore Institution of Safety Officers (SISO)
1. All applications must be made via Online Registration at www.pace.sp.edu.sg
Course fees can be paid by the following payment modes:
a) Credit Cards, Internet Banking, NETS (Not Applicable for company sponsored)
For e-payment using Visa/Master cards and Internet Banking, please click on the ‘Make e-Payment’ button on the acknowledgement page to proceed.
b) For NETS payment, you can pay at:
Please make cheques payable to “Singapore Polytechnic”. Do cross the cheque and write the Registration Reference ID, Applicant Name and NRIC/FIN number at the back of the cheque. When you have completed required details, you may mail the cheque here.
Please note that an administrative charge of $15 will be imposed for any returned cheques from the bank or financial institution.
2. All successful applicants will be notified with a letter of confirmation via email.