Integrated Project Safety Management System

ISRC has developed an Integrated Project Safety Management System (IPSMS) for Developers and Main Contractors. The IPSMS will design and implement the Occupational Health & Safety Management Strategies to manage the project challenges and ultimately to achieve the project targets & objectives. Developers and Main Contractors have benefited by outsourcing the Project Safety Management to ISRC and achieved good safety outcome for the Project.

IPSMS Has Been
Successfully Applied in
Industries Such As

• Aerospace & Aviation
• Building Facilities
• Construction & Engineering
• Hospitality
• Manufacturing
• Oil & Gas

Strategic Targets and Outcomes of IPSMS

1. Prevention of injuries
2. Minimize operational disruption
3. Early intervention of risk at source
4. Greater safety ownership and commitment by stakeholders
5. Implement best practices and controls

Key Touchpoints of IPSMS

1. Occupational Health & Safety (OSH) Framework – sets out the key OSH Objectives, programs and requirements
2. Risk Management (RM) – sets out the early identification of project risks through RM workshops, review of work methodologies and agree on the control measures by stakeholders, review work methodologies
3. OSH Training – sets out the training & competency requirement for all personnel in the project including Management, Engineers, Supervisors, Foreman and workers
4. Equipment Integrity – sets out the standard & type of equipment that will be used in the project and the preventive maintenance program to achieve high reliability
5. Field Inspection – sets out the frequency of on-site inspection to identify risks and maintaining the safety standards. This will include data analysis on the observation trends and provide timely intervention program
6. Safety Committee – sets out the forum to update and discuss safety matters in the project with stakeholders
7. Emergency Response – sets out the competency of the emergency response team and the equipment need to react swiftly to the various potential emergency scenario to the project
8. Continuous Review – sets out the process to review the safety performance and introduce intervention program

Occupational Health & Safety Management Strategies

Proactive Monitoring

  • On-site HSE Observation & Intervention Program
  • Equipment Inspection
  • Internal & External HSE Audits
  • Conduct HSE Focus Audits
  • Incident Investigations

Real Time Appraisal

  • HSE data trending & analysis (Leading & Lagging indicators)
  • Developer & Contractor WSH meeting
  • Critical work review
  • Review risk assessment
  • HSE recognition program

Continuous Upgrade

  • Client & contractor HSE Manual & Procedures
  • HSE Technology Monitoring Tools
  • HSE Step-up Plans
  • Implement HSE Best Practices
  • HSE in-house Training
  • Emergency Preparedness

Case Studies

Jewel Changi Airport


Jewel Changi is a $1.57 Billion Project comprising of five levels of aviation mixed development with five basement levels. The project is in close proximity to the Changi Control Tower and Changi Airport Terminal 1,2 and 3. Safety is of paramount importance in this project as any accident or incident will have serious impact to the airport operations.

The Project completed with 22 million manhours without Lost Time Injury and zero major impact to airport operations.


Client Name
Jewel Changi

Retail, Construction

Key Scope of Work
Design of Project Safety Framework
Implementation of Safety Programs
Conduct Audit & Inspection
Review work methodology
Provision of Part-time Safety Manager, Full-time Safety Officer and Safety Coordinator


Changi Airport Terminal 1 Expansion Project

Changi Airport Terminal 1 Expansion Project

Changi Airport Terminal 1 Expansion Project, commonly known as T1E Project, is a S$323million dollar project. Terminal 1 is being upgraded to expand the arrival hall and baggage claim area. It will provide travellers with more self-service option like do-it-yourself check in.

The project main contractor is Takenaka Corporation. T1E project operates in a ‘live’ terminal with construction activities in close proximity to airport travellers and staff. The project achieved a total of 5.4 million manhours without lost time incident and zero major impact to airport operations.


Client Name
Changi Airport Group


Key Scope of Work
Conduct Audit & Inspection
Review work methodology
Participation in regular safety meetings
Provision of Part-time Safety Manager


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