Risk Management Assistance Fund (Workplace Safety and Health)
The Workplace Safety and Health Council (WSHC) and the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) offer the Risk Management Assistance Fund (RMAF) to assist companies in their implementation of Risk Management.
Recently topped up by another S$ 11 million, the RMAF will be available until 2014.
Under the scheme, Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs)5 seeking professional assistance from our dedicated team of Approved Risk Consultants can:
- enjoy up to 90% funding of the training and consultancy cost (capped at S$6,000) for their Risk Management implementation projects.
- successful RMAF applicants can claim up to S$ 600 for the charges of an Approved WSH Auditor to defray the cost of the WSH Audit to achieve bizSAFE level 3.
SMEs which choose to deploy own resources to attain bizSAFE level 3 certification can claim up to S$800 if they engage an Approved WSH Auditor for their risk management implementation audit.
For more information on our courses and funding, please contact us at 6885 1488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are defined as companies with at least 30% local ownership, with fixed asset investments of not more than $15 million and, if in the services sector, employment size of not more than 200.