Workplace Safety and Health for F&B Operations

Approved WSQ training module that meet the food services PWM training requirements

Upon completion of the course, candidates will be able to:

Apply the WSH Policies and Procedures

Manage WSH Roles and Responsibilities

Determine Non-Compliances, Unsafe Work Conditions and Practices at Workplace

Facilitate the Compliance Inspections in Work Area with HACCP

Understand the Importance of Safety Signs and Hazard Symbols at workplace

Explain the Importance of Risks and Control Measures to Stakeholders

Identify WSH Control Measures, Risk Assessment and PPE

Identify the Correct PPE and Safety Device for Safe Operations in Accordance with the Organisational Procedures

Course Content

LU 1: Workplace Safety and Health Procedures

LU 2: Compliance of WSH Systems and Procedures

LU 3 – Safety Signs and Hazard Symbols

LU 4 - Risk Assessment and Control Measures

LU 5 - Improve WSH Environment at Workplace

Entry Requirements

• Preferably Primary School Leaving Certificate (PSLE) or equivalent; or at least 3 WSQ Statements of Attainment in Workplace Literacy or Numeracy (WPLN) at Level 1 or 2 (eg under ESS, ESS)

• Participants should at the very minimum have the ability to converse, read & write in English

Teacher to Student Ratio

To ensure that all students have sufficient time to learn and practice their skills, we have allocated 1 teacher per 20 students maximum. (1:20)


The duration of this course will be held for 16 Hours

Classroom Facilitated Training Duration – 15 hours Assessment Duration – 1 hour

Delivery Method and Assessment

Training delivery is a combination of lectures, case study, group discussion and self-reflection.

Assessment consists of case study and written assessment.


Upon successful completion of the programme, candidate will be awarded with WSQ Statement of Attainment (SOA) in Workplace Safety and Health for Food and Beverages Operations by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG)

Course Fees


Full Fee Fee after funding:

For Singapore Citizens / PR
Aged 21 years & above


For Singapore Citizens | Aged 40 years & above

Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES)



Funding Type SME | Enhanced Training Support for SMEs (ETSS) Non-SME
Course Fee Subsidy*
For Singapore Citizens / PR
Aged 21 years



For Singapore Citizens
Aged 40 years


Absentee Payroll Funding

For training conducted outside working hours, AP funding is given to the employers to defray the overtime pay that was paid to their employees. Hence to qualify for AP funding, employers must have in place a Human Resource (HR) policy which provides for the payment of overtime pay to employees for these training hours and pay their employees overtime pay for these hours, in accordance with the HR policy.
For Singapore Citizens / PR

capped at $4.50 per hour

*Final funding amount subject to sponsored employee criteria being met.

1. For more information on SFEC, eligibility criteria and the guide to claim SFEC, please refer HERE
2. Find out more about Absentee Payroll at HERE

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