“Has productivity increased for the PWM sectors?” is a question that is sometimes raised.
Analysis of data available suggests that in addition to benefiting workers, PWM can help lift productivity.
This article examines the findings.
Since 2010, EMAS has been organizing overseas study trips and educational seminars for members to broaden their knowledge on best practices and technical knowledge to improve on their service deliveries.
On the social front, our annual Lunar New Year Lo Hei luncheon, bowling, futsal and golf events have been well received by members. For the purpose of establishing a general collaborative framework for partnership for the industry, EMAS has signed Memorandums of Understanding with the following parties:
Real Estate Construction Centre(RECC) in 2006,
Singapore Rope Access Association (SRAA) in 2014,
Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) in 2016
Training Masters Workforce Institute in 2016
International Facility Management Association Singapore Chapter (IFMA) in 2016
Global Alliance (Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Russia and South Africa) in 2016
Furthermore, in conjunction with Clean Enviro Summit Singapore (CESS) 2016, EMAS has also penned a Memorandum of Understanding with National Environment Agency to support this recurring event in every 2 years.