Bukom Incident Update 7


Singapore's Ministry of Manpower has fully lifted the Stop Work Order it had imposed on Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site following the 21 August incident.

Bukom Incident Update 6


Our two injured contractor workers, who were warded since the incident on 21 August 2015, have been discharged from hospital.

Bukom Incident Update 5


Our two injured contractor workers have been moved out of the Intensive Care Unit to the High Dependency ward.

Bukom Incident Update 4


A stop work order concerning the affected unit was issued by the Ministry of Manpower on 25 August 2015. As of the evening of 21 August 2015, we had already voluntarily stopped all work in the units undergoing scheduled maintenance at the time.

Bukom Incident Update 3


We can confirm that one more contractor worker has been discharged from the hospital, bringing the total number of contractor workers discharged to date, to four.

Bukom Incident Update 2 – as at 22 August, 10.30am


We can confirm that one more contractor worker has been discharged, bringing the total number of workers discharged after receiving outpatient treatment to three as of 9 am this morning. We continue to follow the progress and treatment of the other three workers closely and are working with our contractor to ensure all possible support and assistance are rendered to the injured workers and their families.

Statement on Bukom Incident


We can confirm that there was a fire in the evening of 21 August 2015 at one of the units at our Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site.

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