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Taiwan OSHA Officials and Representatives from Singapore's National Preventive Medicine Residency Program Engaged in Discussions on Prevention of Occupational Accidents and Protection of Affected Workers

  • Last Modify Date:2024-03-28

Singapore's National Preventive Medicine Residency Program visited OSHA in the morning of March 22, 2024. Delegation heads, Professor David Koh of the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore, and Chief Resident Dr. Anne Goei led a total of eleven public health and occupational medicine experts. Both parties participated in productive discussions regarding the prevention of occupational accidents and the protection of affected workers. Both sides shared practice experiences from both policy implementation and occupational medicine perspectives. 

Singapore's National Preventive Medicine Residency Program is designed to train doctors with expertise in public health and occupational medicine. Physicians who have completed the program have demonstrated outstanding performance in various domains, including the public and private sectors, academia, non-governmental organizations, and international health organizations.


OSHA Deputy Director-General Yu-Tang Lin welcomed the delegats and presented Taiwan’s strategies, experiences and practices in promoting occupational safety and health, as well as safeguarding workers from occupational accidents. The Singapore delegats also introduced an overview of its occupational safety and health promotional measures. Both sides engaged in enthusiastic discussions and exchanged views on related issues. Taking this cross-nation exchange opportunity, OSHA is able to enhance its international visibility regarding its achievements in the field of occupational safety and health, particularly in protecting workers from occupational accidents and injuries. This dialogue also strengthens the effectiveness of international cooperation.

  • Source:Occupational Accident Labor Protection Division
  • Publication Date:113-03-27
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