Workplace Safety and Health Management in Construction Industry(formerly known as BCSS)

Participants will acquire good knowledge in aspects such as general worksite, safety accident investigation & preventive measures.


  • Explain the safety and health duties and responsibilities of a Building Supervisor
  • Outline safety planning and organization at worksite
  • Explain salient WSH legislations for worksites 
  • Identify job hazards and apply control measures for a construction site including working at height, demolition, excavation, piling, fire, mechanical & electrical, material handling and occupational health hazards 
  • Assist in carrying out risk assessment for construction activities
  • Conduct safety inspections
  • Identify the causes of accidents and recommend preventive measures Conduct investigation and prepare an incident report 
  • Explain the 14 elements of WSH Management System and key features of SS506 and OHSAS18001

Who to Attend:(a) Mandatory for supervisor in the construction industry(b) Construction foreman, clerk of works and site engineers(c) Engineering graduates or individuals with diploma qualifications and above who wish to work in the construction industry

Medium: English & Chinese

Legal Requirement: Workplace Safety and Health (Construction) Regulations 2007 reg. 9 (2b) stipulates that no person shall be employed to oversee or supervise any work or process carried out in a worksite unless the person has received adequate safety and health training for the purpose of ensuring that such work or process can be carried out safety.

Pre-Requisite: Possess Employability Skills (ES) Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) Level 4 and above, or equivalent

Assessment: MCQ and case study

Attendance: 75%

Certification: Upon Successful completion of the English medium course August International Pte Ltd card and certificate will be rewarded.

Upon Successful completion of the Chinese medium course August International Pte Ltd card will be rewarded.

SDF Funding Available: Up to 70%, Subject to WSQ terms and conditions

SkillsFuture Credit (SFC)

*All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their $500 SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses.

Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website to choose from the courses available on the Training Exchange course directory

Skill Development Fund (SDF)

Workplace Safety and Health Management in Construction Industry(formerly known as BCSS) All Other Participants Singaporeans/PRs (aged 21 and above) 50% of course fee Skillsfuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (Singaporeans aged 40 and above 70% of the course fee)
Full Course Fee (exclusive GST) $ 291.67 $ 291.67 $ 291.67
9.0% GST on nett course fee $ 26.25 $ 26.25 $ 26.25
Less: Additional funding if eligible under various schemes 0 $ 145.84 $ 204.17
Total nett course fee payable, including GST, after additional funding from the various funding schemes $ 317.92 $ 172.09 $ 113.75

*Note: This is a tentative calculation. Amount may vary after SSG Funding Approval

Course Duration:

34hrs, inclusive assessment 4 hrs

Payment Mode:

Nets/Online Transfer

Trainer/Trainee Ratio


Price $291.67