NTU and WSH Institute Collaboration on WSH Ownership
NTU and WSH Institute collaborate to deepen understanding on industry ownership of workplace safety and health
From left: Interim Director, NTU-WSH Institute Research Centre, and Director, Centre for Healthy and Sustainable Cities, Prof. Theng Yin Leng; Dean, NTU College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CoHASS), Prof., Alan Chan; Executive Director, WSH Institute, Dr. Gan Siok Lin; Deputy Director, WSH Institute, Mr Woon Cheng Peng
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Workplace Safety and Health Institute (WSH Institute) are collaborating to understand the interaction of individual, cultural and organisational factors in influencing greater ownership of workplace safety and health (WSH) outcomes in Singapore. The project aims to identify the key success factors, propose recommendations and test interventions to inculcate greater ownership of WSH in the industry to advance WSH performance.
Led by NTU Professor Theng Yin Leng, the Interim Director of the NTU-WSH Institute Research Centre, and Director of the Centre for Healthy and Sustainable Cities at NTU’s Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, this is the first project following the signing of an Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between NTU and WSH Institute, MOM on 25 August 2016.