SINGAPORE: A tripartite committee has proposed that the workplace safety and health (WSH) performance of companies be made more transparent as part of efforts to transform the business environment into one which recognises WSH as an integral part of business success, Manpower Minister Josephine Teo revealed on Wednesday (Aug 29). Speaking at the Workplace Safety…
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