Articles

What ails Singapore's building industry?

The Straits Times - March 13, 2010

It's a statistic repeated over and over again in recent weeks: Productivity in Singapore's construction industry is one-third that of Japan's and half that of Australia's...

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When one machine can do the work of six men

The Straits Times - March 13, 2010

The old and new way of construction industry...

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Dust Control at Demolition Sites

WSH Bulletin - November 04, 2009

Demolition work involves hacking, crushing, and cutting, which can generate large amount of dust and debris. If poorly managed, the clouds of dust can contain particulate emissions that may be hazardous to human health.

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Technical Advisory for Demolition

Workplace Safety and Health Council in collaboration with Ministry of Manpower - March 2009

The purpose of this Technical Advisory is to provide practical guidance on measures to be taken to ensure the safety and health of all persons involved in or exposed to risks arising from demolition work.

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