Si Pro Singapore Receives National Award

Press Release:

Tuas, Singapore, 27th June 2011 – Si Pro Singapore, together with 8 other companies, was recognised with the inaugural WSH Risk Management Awards for 2011.
The Annual WSH Awards celebrates the best in workplace safety and health. It recognises deserving winners on a national level for their commitment and exemplary standards in WSH. This year, 214 companies and individuals will be honoured at a special gala event hosted by the WSH Council and supported by the Ministry of Manpower. Minister for State for Manpower and National Development, BG Tan Chuan-Jin, is the Guest of Honour for the Awards on 27 July 2011 at Fairmont Singapore. (
Nelson Yoh, Si Pro Singapore Managing Director, received this Workplace Safety & Health Risk Management Award from Mr. Heng Chiang Gnee (Deputy Chairman).
This award recognises companies who have effectively implemented Risk Management to enhance safety and health performance in their organisations. Other requirements include zero recordable incidents for the last 1 year of operations.
I was thrilled when I learned that Si Pro is to be awarded with this award. This is a very special award not only to share with our Si Pro Singapore Team, but also with our Si Pro Norway Team members. Without their kind teaching and learning, we will not have reached this wonderful award", says Nelson Yoh, Managing Director for Si Pro Singapore.
I have learned that there were a few hundred SME (Small & Medium Enterprises) in Singapore that have applied for this award. And only nine companies were selected. I am very proud to know that Si Pro is recognised”, says Erik Bjørstad, CEO in Si Pro Holding.

About SiPro
Si Pro is a turn-key provider of silicon recycling services to leading, global PV ingot and wafer manufacturers. Through our strong experience base and long operating history we recycle both mono- and multicrystalline silicon materials. With a high process yield, high quality and lean performance we have made many success stories. Si Pro currently has factories in Glomfjord, Norway, and in Tuas, Singapore.
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