THE Ministry of Manpower (MOM) announced on Tuesday that 384 more dormitories have been cleared of the novel coronavirus.

SINGAPORE’S Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Thursday said migrant workers will continue to stay within their dormitories on their rest days in the "immediate period entering into Phase Two" of the...

[SINGAPORE] Some 5,500 migrant workers from 40 dormitories here were cleared to resume working from Tuesday, following the completion of necessary preparations.

[SINGAPORE] About 80 breaches each year have been found at purpose-built dormitories over the last three years, although the majority were for minor lapses, said the Ministry of Manpower on...

A NEW set of standards for new Quick Build Dormitories which include no more than 10 beds in a room, at least 6 sqm of space per resident and the use of single rather than double-decker beds was...

VIRUS OUTBREAK

SOME 60,000 new bed spaces will be ready for migrant workers by end-2020, while another close to 60,000 with "new designs and new standards" will be added within the next two years, National...

[SINGAPORE] About 60,000 bed spaces for migrant workers will be ready by the end of the year, with another 100,000 to be ready in the next two years, said National Development Minister Lawrence...

[SINGAPORE] Foreign workers living in dormitories, as well as their employers and dorm operators, will have to comply with a slew of measures, including planning staggered rest days, before the...

EDITORIAL

HOW companies treat their workers, customers and suppliers has been thrust into the limelight by the Covid-19 pandemic.

VIRUS OUTBREAK

FOREIGN workers in dorms are getting help to monitor their health through telemedicine and a gadget that checks oxygen levels.