The Sports Safety Working Committee was formed in the first quarter of 2008 and comprises Sport Singapore and 14 organisations that manage mass sports events and operate sports venues as well as medical institutions. The Committee aims to promote sports safety in Singapore holistically through a multi-year, multi-prong Sports Safety Plan.
In detail, the Sports Safety Working Committee:
- Studies implementation issues
- Puts into operation the recommendations of the Sports Safety Committee
- Promotes sports safety across different sports
- Assists National Sports Associations in developing and implementing sports safety practices and various information, materials, guides and templates for the public
Below is a report on the ‘OVERVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SPORTS SAFETY IN SINGAPORE’ done by the Sports Safety Committee.
The Sport Safety Committee Report 2019 has since been translated into a Singapore Standard, SS681:2022 Code of Practice for Sport Safety
- Download the 2019 Sports Safety Committee Report
- Download the 2015 Sports Safety Committee Report
HAZE MANAGEMENT AT SPORT SINGAPORE
The closure of sports facilities will be based on 24-hour PSI readings according to their regions - Northern, Southern, Eastern, Western and Central zones
SPORTS SAFE U GUIDE
The Sports S.A.F.E U Guide is a comprehensive guide for active individuals. It informs readers about how one can take part in sports safely and whether one is suitable for certain sports
SPORTS SAFETY & HEALTH CHECK
Sport Singapore encourages appropriate safety and personal health measures so as to ensure a fun, invigorating and safe sporting experience. Here are some good practices for everyone to observe
POOL WATER QUALITY
To ensure public safety, Sport Singapore has put the following mandates in place for all public swimming pools.
SPORTS SAFETY COMMITTEE
The Sports Safety Working Committee is responsible for looking into the implementation of recommendations by the Sports Safety Committee, chaired by Dr. Benedict Tan. The Sport Safety Committee Report 2019 has since been translated into a Singapore Standard, SS681:2022 Code of Practice for Sport Safety.
SAFETY RESOURCES & USEFUL LINKS
Information and guidebooks for everyone to play sports safely.