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AP Chui Yoon Ping, Head of Programme HFSY graduate during UniSIM Convocation 2013.

Welcome to the microsite of the UniSIM's Human Factors in Safety undergraduate degree programme

As Singapore aims to be one of the safest country in the world to work in, this means that there is a growing need for Workplace, Safety and Health professionals in Singapore.

Embark on this meaningful and exciting profession and join UniSIM in our unique degree programme in Human Factors in Safety.

Find out more about the programme here and email us if you need further information.

More information about the School of Science and Technology and about this programme can also be found at the SST microsite.

Best Regards,
Assoc Prof Chui Yoon Ping
Head, Human Factors in Safety Programme
SIM University


It's Convocation Day today (8th October 2014)
Congratulations to our HFSY students who are graduating today.

Click here to link to School of Science and Technology - Human Factors in Safety webpage.

Photos of past and recent SST events

Check out what staff and students are up to!


See what students and professionals from the industry have to say about Human Factors and the programme.
Click here.

Do you have any quetions about the programme or about UniSIM?

If you wish to meet up with me to give you a briefing on the programme, please do email me at ypchui@unisim.edu.sg and I will be pleased to do so.


. Recent / Past Events

Date: 30th August 2014

Tim: 11am to 5pm

SIM University HQ
461 Clementi Road
Singapore 599491

UniSIM Open House
Come and find out more about UniSIM and especially about the Human Factors in Safety programme.

Human Factors in Safety Programme Briefing by Head of Programme, Associate Professor Chui Yoon Ping

Time: 2pm to 3pm
Venue: BLK A, A.2.09A

Topics covered include:

  • What is human factors?
  • Why is HF important in Safety?
  • Is the programme recognised by Ministry of Manpower?
  • What are the admissions criteria?
  • How much is the total fee?
  • Is the programme subsidised?
  • Register for the briefing here.
Date: 5th August 2014
Time: 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Your Employees: Fundamental Motivation Through Gamification
Presenter: Professor Marc Resnick
Professor, Information Design and Corporate Communication
Bentley University, USA.

Date: 1st to 4th Sept 2014


3rd Conference of the South East Asian Network of Ergonomics Societies  (SEANES)

A rare opportunity to get together with many prominent human factors gurus in Singapore. Register before for early bird discount.


Date: 27th March 2014
Time: 9.30 am to 5pm

Ergonomics Forum 2014

UniSIM welcomed more than four hundred participants at the Ergonomics Forum organised by the Workplace Safety and Health Council (WSHC) and Workplace Development Agency (WDA). The event was graced by Mr Hawaizi Daipi, Senior Parliamentry Secretary, Ministry of Manpower. Assoc Professor Chui Yoon Ping, Head of Human Factors in Safety Programme delivered the keynote. The event was covered by the major newspaper the next day.

Check out the pictures here.

Date :​ ​6 8  Nov 2​013 (9am - 5pm)
​Venue ​: ​SIM University, Level 3 SR3.29
​Conducted by ​: ​Prof Brian Peacock & A/Prof Chui Yoon Ping
​Fee ​: $1378.90* (regular fee), $413.70* (WDA subsidised fee)
 * inclusive of GST​

Train The Trainer OH Masterclass For Ergonomics

Ergonomics is the science of human capabilities and limitations applied to evaluation and design of systems, workplaces and environments that are effective, efficient, safe, satisfying and sustainable. This course will provide you with knowledge, tools and skills to practice applied ergonomics and to teach other ergonomics practitioners how to identify ergonomics problems, analyse them with sufficient depth and propose alternative solutions. The approach to this course will be through examples, case studies and participative exercises that are both stimulating and informative.

This course is exclusively for professionals, managers and executives in occupational hygience & workplace health industries.​

Email us for more information or
Download details of workshop here.



Visit to Construction of Downtown Line - Bendemeer Station

On the 3rd of August, students from the Building and Project Management programme, Facilities & Events Management Programme and Human Factors in Safety programme were given a tour around the construction site of Downtown Line 3- Bendemeer Station. Students learnt about the challenges of managing such a massive project and safety concerns.

downtown line visit

View more pictures here.

​​20 Aug 2​013
9am - 5pm

21 Aug 2013
9am - 3pm

Human Factors in Safety Workshop:
Behavioral Science in Safety and Health

Human information processing and decision making can often be described by non‐Bayesian, suboptimal models. This results in subsequent behavior that appears illogical, unreasonable, and even irrational However better understanding of the complex interplay of multiple objectives, efficient heuristic reasoning, and satisficing decision criteria can often explain these observed behaviors and even anticipate them in advance. For safety and health professionals, this expertise is essential to ensure a safe working environment.​

The workshop will take attendees on a tour of the worker's mind, with a focus on the processing of the workplace environment and the achievement of job assignments. Recent findings in cognitive science, behavioral science, and performance management will be applied to the modern workplace. The seminar will cover the reality of human perception, attention, memory, and decision making as these new findings have discovered.​

Facilitator: Professor Marc Resnick
Cost: $350* (​SIM/UniSIM students); $550* (others)
* Price does not include GST​

11th January 2012
7pm - 9pm
LT 4.19

Human Factors in Safety Seminar:
Safety Culture: Facts, Fiction and Faith
Speaker: Professor Sidney Dekker

Read more about it here.

For past events, please go to Events Page

arrrow human factors and safety

** Refer to this site for WSH Officer registration