INDUSTRY NEWS : Company fined S$290,000 over numerous and glaring oversights that resulted in the death of worker.

Construction company ZAP Piling has been fined S$290,000 over _numerous and glaring oversights_ that resulted in the death of a worker in 2016, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said on Friday (May 4). Mr Arumugam Elango died after he was pinned by piling casings weighing 1.76 tonnes each. (Photo: Manpower Ministry) The worker, Arumugam Elango,… More INDUSTRY NEWS : Company fined S$290,000 over numerous and glaring oversights that resulted in the death of worker.

SEMINAR : Human capital seminar on “Hiring, Managing and Retaining Talent” organized by ASPRI.

Human Capital is the lifeblood of any business. A number of converging issues are driving the need to “rewrite the rules.” Technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate. Individuals are relatively quick to adapt to ongoing innovations, but organisations move at a slower pace. Many still retain structures and practices that long outdated. In recognising… More SEMINAR : Human capital seminar on “Hiring, Managing and Retaining Talent” organized by ASPRI.

EVENTS : iRECORD industry engagement @ SAMSUNG C&T “Safety Partners’ Day” on 21st March 2018

Singapore Cranes Association showcased our iRECORD program to the Samsung’s management, partners and industry players on the 21st March 2018, at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. It was a day of great networking and engagement with the construction industry members. It was an opportunity to introduce iRECORD program to the main construction companies… More EVENTS : iRECORD industry engagement @ SAMSUNG C&T “Safety Partners’ Day” on 21st March 2018

EVENTS : TimMac @ Kranji Signing Ceremony on 31st Jan 2018 at JTC The Summit.

Business News @ Channel News Asia : New hub for metals, machinery and timber to help companies cut costs by 20%. By Brandon Tanoto – 31 Jan 2018 11:08PM (Updated: 31 Jan 2018 11:10PM). Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the metal, machinery and timber industries can expect to lower their operating costs by at least 20 per… More EVENTS : TimMac @ Kranji Signing Ceremony on 31st Jan 2018 at JTC The Summit.

EVENTS : Budget 2018 Seminar – 2 March 2018

Dear SCA Members, Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat will deliver the 2018 Budget Statement on 19 February.  What are the key Budget measures that will help transform Singapore economy and help our businesses to transform and upgrade? How will your business be impacted? What should you do? Sign up for SCCCI’s Budget 2018 Seminar… More EVENTS : Budget 2018 Seminar – 2 March 2018

INDUSTRY UPDATES : Construction sector to drag 2018 GDP growth

BUILDING & ENGINEERING | STAFF REPORTER, SINGAPORE PUBLISHED: 12 JAN 18 Construction sector to drag 2018 GDP growth The GDP is expected to grow 3%, slower than last year’s 3.5%. Thinktank BMI Research forecasts Singapore’s real GDP growth to grow at a slower pace of 3% in 2018 largely due to a construction sector that’s still… More INDUSTRY UPDATES : Construction sector to drag 2018 GDP growth

INDUSTRY UPDATES : Construction contracts to reach at least $26b in 2018 – BCA

BUILDING & ENGINEERING | STAFF REPORTER, SINGAPORE PUBLISHED: 11 JAN 18 Construction contracts to reach at least $26b in 2018: BCA Demand for public sector construction is expected to grow from $16b to $19b. The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) projects the total value of construction contracts to be awarded this year to range between $26b… More INDUSTRY UPDATES : Construction contracts to reach at least $26b in 2018 – BCA