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Companies exiting BUS program Singapore 2012-2018

Number of companies exiting the Business Under Surveillance (BUS)* program in Singapore from 2012 to 2018

by R. Hirschmann, last edited Jun 19, 2019
Companies exiting BUS program Singapore 2012-2018 This statistic shows the number of companies exiting the Business Under Surveillance (BUS) program in Singapore from 2012 to 2018. In 2018, there were 14 companies that completed the BUS program.
The Business Under Surveillance (BUS) program focuses on improvement of workplace health and safety management systems. Companies put under the BUS program include those who have had serious accidents, those issued with Stop Work Orders for poor workplace health and safety management, or those who have accumulated a substantial number of demerit points. Companies are only able to exit the program when they have improved their workplace health and safety standards to effectively manage the risks their workers face.
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Number of companies exiting the Business Under Surveillance (BUS)* program in Singapore from 2012 to 2018

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