ST Marine’s annual EHS Campaign was officiated by Military Expert 7 (ME7) Keith Lim Kay Leong (Commander NALCOM, Republic of Singapore Navy), as the Guest-of-Honour on 24 November 2017 to kick start a year-long outreach effort to spread the campaign message Prevent all injuries and go home safe & healthy” to various stakeholders. The purpose of this campaign was not only to raise awareness of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS), but also to promote and showcase how ST Marine leverages technology towards EHS Excellence.

The launch was attended by personnel from the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN), Professors from the National University of Singapore, President, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Managers, Executives of ST Marine as well as other Strategic Business Areas (SBAs) of ST Engineering. At the event, deserving staff of ST Marine and the resident contractors were given awards for their participation and contributions towards maintain Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) improvements in the organisation.

The campaign showcases ST Marine’s commitment to WSH and EHS journey through the use of technology. Additional sets of interactive educational exhibits & product demonstration, which aim to raise the level of awareness of WSH amongst employees and customers, have been set up.                                                    

During the welcome address by Mr Ng Sing Chan (President of ST Marine), he shared that ST Marine’s annual EHS Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) have always been set and ST Marine’s Vision ZERO initiatives are continually driven by exploring new leading indicators and leveraging on technology to manage & achieve better EHS compliances. ST Marine has been actively participating in various EHS innovation challenges at various levels – the sector level (Kaizen), corporate level (ST Engineering’s BE EHSi convention), Marine industry level (ASMI WSHi Convention) as well as National level (WSH WSHi Award).

A total of 11 exhibits were displayed at Benoi Yard, Tuas Yard and Naval Bases:

Workplace safety and health is a journey. A collective effort is needed from all stakeholders to prevent injuries at work, so that all are healthy and able to go home safely. Let’s all strive towards zero safety incidents, and achieve a workplace that is safer for everyone to work in.

Let us pledge that “Safety Starts with Me – Vision ZERO is my GOAL”.

Mr Ng Sing Chan (President, ST Marine) giving his welcome address

Personnel from the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN), Professors from the National University of Singapore, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Managers, Executives of ST Marine as well as other Strategic Business Areas (SBAs) of ST Engineering attended the launch