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WSQ Implement Sustainable Manufacturing


2 Bukit Merah Central, SPRING Singapore Building Singapore

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Modern manufacturing consumes a large amount of resources, generates waste, and pollutes the natural environment. Moreover, some of the raw materials and energy resources consumed are non-renewable. The toxic polution released into the atmosphere, resulted in adverse environmental problems such as acid rain, poisoning of biosphere, global warming, climatic change, and raise a concern about depleted natural resources.

In Singapore, as companies embark on their Corporate and Social Responsibilities (CSR), implementing sustainable manufacturing has become a natural progression. There have also been more green initiatives urged for the companies, to move towards acclaiming Green Labeling and Environmental Achievement Awards.

This is one of the Specialisation Electives that leads to the award of WSQ Statement of Attainment (SOA) in Generic Manufacturing Skills (Manufacturing Excellence).

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1. Formulate Manufacturing Strategy

• The Triple Bottom Line

• The reason(s) why company choose to go “Green”

• Implications for non-compliance

• Define Sustainability/Sustainable Manufacturing

• Identify key elements of sustainable manufacturing

• Understand the factor for going “Green”

• Sustainable manufacturing system design specifications

• Determine your plant’s readiness

• Explain Green label that available in Singapore

2. Apply the ‘Sustainable Framework for the Management of Operations’

• The Basic Supply Chain

• Explain the benefits of adopting Sustainable Manufacturing

• Stakeholders and their roles

3. Evaluate Operations Systems Involving Production and Environmental Impact Objectives

• Sustainability challenges

• Examples of environmental waste

• Types of environmental metrics


2 days (9.00am ~ 6.00pm)


Oral and/or written


Learners are assumed to:

- Be able to read, write, listen and speak English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills

System (ESS) level 8

- Be able to manipulate numbers at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills System (ESS)

level 7

- Possess basic understanding of supply chain

- Possess basic understanding of Lean

- Be familiar with Methods of Waste Management (3R)


S$154.08 (Price is inclusive of 7% GST and after 70% Government funding, applicable to Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents)


Contact: Mr Rayson Lee

Telephone: 65 6826 3086/3100

Fax: 65 6826 3021

Register online here.

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