Office of Safety, Health & Environment

Key Contacts

Emergency management, event and life safety, fire safety & business continuity:
+(65) 6516 4341,

Laboratory, office & general workplace safety:
+(65) 6516 1084,

General enquiries:
+(65) 6516 6863,

Anonymous Safety Concern Reporting
Spotted a safety concern? Let us know here!

Operational Hours:
Mon to Fri: 8:30am-1.00pm
and 2.00pm-6.00pm
(Closes at 5.30pm on Fri)
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: Closed


Safety & Health Management Division
Ventus (University Campus Infrastructure)
8 Kent Ridge Drive, #03-02,
Singapore 119246.
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Emergency Management Division
2 Prince Georges's Park,
Singapore 118401
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Staff Portal
Student Portal


The Office of Safety, Health and Environment is the corporate office in charge of occupational safety & health matters, environmental compliance and emergency management in NUS.

OSHE supports the NUS mission by ensuring university activities, in particular high risk activities such as construction, laboratory and workshop-based activities, university and student events are conducted safely so as to prevent harm, injury or ill health from befalling to the people undertaking such activities. OSHE manages major crisis incidents and also equips staff and students with the knowledge and skills to manage crises and emergencies in their own respective areas.

OSHE provides a range of services to meet the needs of our stakeholders. These include policy formulation, program development, advisory services, training, safety promotion, safety audits and inspections and incident management.

For more information

Please visit NUS Staff and Student portal for NUS safety requirements and OSHE services.

NUS is a supporting partner of the Singapore WSH Conference 2018

Debuting in 2010, the Singapore WSH Conference was established as a premier platform for workplace safety and health (WSH) stakeholders across the region.

Leading practitioners and businesses will share their insights and experiences on how addressing health, along with safety, contributes to employee engagement, satisfaction and productivity, as well as organisational sustenance and business success. Case studies and examples of best practices will also contextualise the Conference’s message for Singapore. These will provide leaders and professionals with key knowledge and tools to achieve sustenance in their efforts towards better safety and health outcomes.

The fifth edition of this biennial event will be held on 29 & 30 August 2018 at Suntec Singapore. Save the dates on your calendars!