Collaboration and Recognition Scheme

Responsible Care Collaboration and Recognition Scheme

The Singapore Government agencies regulating the chemical industry such as the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), the National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) recognise the importance of the Responsible Care programme in contributing to the high standard of the health, safety and environment practices in the chemical industry.

SCDF-SCIC Responsible Care Collaboration and Recognition Scheme

Responsible Care signatory members who have achieved Responsible Care Gold Award for CAER Code and have also met the standard equivalent to SCDF’s CERT audit (documentation) requirement would be recognised under the SCIC-SCDF Responsible Care Collaboration and Recognition Scheme developed by SCIC and SCDF. This recognition scheme allows the organization to seek exemption for the documentation assessment component under the annual SCDF CERT audit scheme in the following year.

WSHC-SCIC Responsible Care Collaboration and Recognition Scheme

Responsible Care signatory members who have achieved Responsible Care Achievement Award or higher for Employee Health & Safety (EHS) would be recognised under the SCIC-WSHC Responsible Care Collaboration and Recognition Scheme developed by SCIC and WSHC in 2015. This recognition scheme allows the organization to seek direct entry to WSHC’s bizSAFE Level 3.