Course Overview

This module Workplace Safety and Health Practices Implementation is developed to train cleaning professionals in applying WSH for the cleaning industry by providing them with basic occupational health and safety training. This allows them to perform cleaning services safely in accordance to workplace safety and health policies and procedures.

Where cleaning work is contracted out, there can be additional difficulties as the client company and the cleaning company need to liaise and share knowledge to ensure that risks are identified and eliminated or controlled particularly hazards and risks; assess the risks to cleaning workers and implement preventive measures; share knowledge with all relevant parties, including the client company, the cleaning contractor and the workers themselves.

Cleaning work is seldom seen as a core activity in businesses. This can result in a lack of awareness of the hazards and risks associated with cleaning and so a failure to carry out an adequate risk assessment and implement protective measures. Common hazards, risks, and health outcomes include risk of slips, trips and falls, particularly during ‘wet work’; exposure to hazardous chemicals in cleaning materials; other risks such as electric shock, from work equipment.

Cleaning workers and personnel will be better able to understand the WSH Act and its implications for maintaining workplace safety and health and recognize their role in making their work environment safe for themselves and other customers, abide by their organisation’s SOPs, policies and procedures, recognize and report unsafe work practices and assist in safety planning and able to report incidents of safety hazards, workplace accidents to the respective stakeholders.

What You'll Learn

 Apply the framework of the WSH act to organisational reporting procedures

Identify the roles and responsibilities of a general worker and the WSH Committee

Identify and report the type of workplace health and safety issues

Identify and report potential hazards and risks associated with the work area

Interpret the meaning of different safety signs and instructions at the workplace

Practise personal hygiene at workplace

Apply the various types of PPE to control workplace hazards

Apply appropriate safety measures to workplace equipment and safety devices to reduce breakdowns and avoid injuries

Participate in workplace health and safety training

Respond to types of emergencies at workplace

Entry Requirements

● The level of English language proficiency at WPLN Level 1.
● No work experience required.
● Majority of learners with language difficulties, language barriers due to low educational level. The program though conducted in English, requires our trainers to translate some of the content to Mandarin, Malay, sometimes Tamil and to different dialects to meet the special needs of learners for ease of understanding.

For individual enquirers, our course consultant will screen them for their English language ability and they will be counselled to enquire at British Council for the appropriate language course.

Course Fees $170 (Excluding GST) / $183.60 (Including GST)
Singapore Citizens <40yrs & PR/LTVP+ of all Ages $64.60
(After 70% SSG Funding)
Singapore Citizens ≥40yrs $64.60
(After 70% SSG Funding)
International Participants $183.60
(No Funding)
Singapore Citizens <40yrs & PR/LTVP+ of all Ages $98.60
(After 50% SSG Funding)
Singapore Citizens ≥40yrs $64.60
(After 70% SSG Funding)
International Participants $183.60
(No Funding)
Singapore Citizens <40yrs & PR/LTVP+ of all Ages $98.60
(After 50% SSG Funding)
Singapore Citizens ≥40yrs $64.60
(After 70% SSG Funding)
International Participants $183.60
(No Funding)

Post Secondary Education Account (PSEA)

Eligible learners can utilise their PSEA funds for eligible courses. Click here to find out more.

Self Sponsored

SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens aged 25 and above may use their SkillsFuture Credits to pay for the course fees. The credits may be used on top of existing course fee funding.

This is only applicable to self-sponsored participants. Applications via must be made within 60 days before course commencement.

LearnCollab has to be informed of the Claim ID no. and claim amount in order for the correct payable course fee amount to be reflected on the invoice. Please click here for more details on SkillsFuture Credit.

Company Sponsored

Enhanced Training Support Scheme

– Organisation must be registered or incorporated in Singapore

– At least 30% local shareholding by Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents

– Employment size of not more than 200 (at group level) or with annual sales turnover (at group level) of not more than SGD100 million

– Trainees must be hired in accordance with the Employment Act and fully sponsored by their employers for the course

– Trainees must be Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents

Absentee Payroll

Companies who sponsor their employees for the course may apply for Absentee Payroll here.

Course Contact
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  • 8.30am – 6.00pm (Mon – Fri)

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    Thank you for your patience and understanding.

  • Main Office: 456 Balestier Road, Ascent@456 #02-11, Singapore 329832

    Other Centers: 200 Jln Sultan, Textile Centre #03-01/B, Singapore 199018



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