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LEE Hock Siang

Affiliations:

  • NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health (Adjunct)
  • Senior Consultant of the OSH Specialist Dept, Occupational Safety and Health Division (OSHD) at Ministry of Manpower (MOM) (Primary)

Research and Teaching Areas:

  • Occupational Medicine

Academic/Professional Qualifications:

  • MBBS, NUS, 1979 (Singapore)
  • MSc (Occ Med), 1985 (Singapore)

Career History:

  • Senior Consultant, OSHD, MOM (2015)
  • Director, OSH Specialist Department, OSHD, MOM (2010)
  • Deputy Director (OM), OSH Specialist Department, MOM (2006-2010)
  • Registrar/Senior Registrar, Occupational Health Department, MOM (1986/1990)
  • Medical Officer, Industrial Health Department, MOM (1983)

Administrative Leadership:

  • Director, OSH Specialist Department, OSHD, MOM (July 2010 – Mar 2015)
  • Deputy Chairman, Workplace Health Committee, Workplace Safety and Health Council (April 2011-Mar 2016)

Professional / Consulting Activities:

  • Member, Residency Advisory Committee (Preventive Medicine)
  • Member, Examination Committee (Preventive Medicine)
  • Visiting Consultant, Singapore General Hospital (Respiratory Medicine)
  • Lecturer, Graduate Diploma in Occupational Medicine

Selected Publications:

  • Radiological progression and its predictive risk factors in silicosis. Occ Env Med 2001
  • The development and regulation of occupational exposure limits in Singapore. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 2006
  • Respiratory Disorders. Textbook of Occupational Medicine Practice. World Scientific 2011

 

Adjunct Associate Professor
Tel (65) 6692 5050
Email Lee_Hock_Siang@mom.gov.sg

 

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