WSH Council had launched their 2nd phase of National WSH Campaign - Drive Safe, Work Safe on 14 September 2017. You may CLICK HERE to view the video on "blind spots" launched at the campaign.
WSH Council would like to encourage members to organise a senior management walkabout which focuses on 3 main areas concerning traffic safety including securing of goods, onsite traffic management and safe driving on roads.
The walkabout/briefing can be carried during the campaign period from 1 September to 31 December 2017.
Members conducting the walkabout/briefing may show your commitment by registering at the WSH Council's website (HERE).
In acknowledgment of your support, WSH Council will publish your company name on the WSH Council's webpage.
The contest is open to young freight forwarders whose age will not be over 32 in the competition year with 2 years full-time forwarding work experience would be preferable but not mandatory.
The international award comprises two weeks of practical and academic training. One week's of academic training in London and one week's practical training based in one of the TT Club's regional centres, either London, Hong Kong or New Jersey plus one year's free subscription of the International Transport Journal (ITZ), Switzerland. For more details, kindly contact us at [email protected] by 22 Nov 2017.
Congratulations to the SCC 2017 teams!
Attach and Train Programme commenced its pioneer batch on 5 June 2017.Find out how your company can participate in the programme.