iWorkHealth launched at the 9th ‘Together Against Stigma’ Global Conference // Join us at the Logistics Fair 2019! // Industry Workshop

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iWorkHealth launched at the 9th ‘Together Against Stigma’ Global Conference // Join us at the Logistics Fair 2019! // Industry Workshop

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iWorkHealth launched at the 9th ‘Together Against Stigma’ Global Conference

Singapore hosted the biennial ‘Together Against Stigma’ international conference to discuss stigma issues that continue to plague persons with mental health conditions. The event saw the sharing of best practices and insights to bring about greater awareness of the importance of mental well-being.

President Halimah Yacob, who graced the Conference as the Guest-of-Honour, addressed the significant impact of mental health issues on the workforce and announced the soft-launch of iWorkHealth at the event. She urged organisations to continue to build supportive work environments, where employees are encouraged to look after their
mental health.

iWorkHealth is a free online psychosocial health assessment tool for organisations and their participating employees to identify workplace stressors so that appropriate interventions can be implemented to foster mental well-being and build mental resilience.

The online tool is jointly developed by the Ministry of Manpower’s Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Institute, the WSH Council, Institute of Mental Health (IMH), Health Promotion Board (HPB) and Changi General Hospital. It is part of Singapore’s WSH 2028 Strategies to create a healthy workforce in safe workplaces.
The Conference is co-hosted by Singapore and the World Psychiatric Association (Mental Illness and Stigma Section). It is led by IMH and the National Council of Social Service, and co-organised with the Agency for Integrated Care, HPB, MINDSET Care Limited and the Singapore Psychiatric Association. Over 500 local and international delegates from the healthcare and social service sectors attended the event which took place from 3 to 5 October 2019 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre.
  
Find out more about iWorkHealth here.
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Join us at the Logistics Fair 2019!

Organised by the Logistics Alliance and supported by the WSH Council, the Logistics Fair 2019 aims to raise awareness on developments in the logistics and transport industry, highlight the safety and health practices of the industry and showcase the professionalism of the companies and their workforce.
One of the main highlights of the Fair is the WSH Forklift Champions’ League 2019, where companies will come together in friendly competition to complete relay course in the safest and most efficient manner. Participants will be able to experience first-hand how technology has impacted the industry through the extensive outdoor logistics mobile assets display and indoor exhibition area.
The Fair also includes a bi-centennial gallery, where participants can learn about the significant role of logistics in our nation building and economic development, family friendly activities and food stalls. There is also an evening outdoor movie screening, with special guest appearance by Jack Neo.
Date: 12 October 2019 (Saturday)
Time: 10:30am – 4:00pm (Day Fair)
5:00pm – 8:00pm (Evening Outdoor Movie Screening)
Venue:  Trade Association Hub
9 Jurong Town Hall Road
Singapore 609431
Register for the Logistics Fair here.
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Workshops

Future-proof your business at ITAP 2019
The Industrial Transformation Asia-Pacific 2019 brings together an ecosystem of manufacturers, government agencies & businesses ranging from multinational corporations to small and medium enterprises to shape and support their transformation initiatives. The customised and curated unique learning journey at the event is aimed to help companies “START, SCALE and SUSTAIN” their adoption of Industry 4.0 processes and solutions.

Get more information here.

 Date: 22 – 24 October 2019
 Time: 10:00am – 5:00pm
 Venue: Singapore Expo
Hall 2 and 3,
1 Expo Drive,
Singapore 486150