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Rolls-Royce, Seletar

Posted on: March 2016

Rolls-Royce Singapore have awarded MHA SEA Pte Ltd and ASS Pte Ltd with a 12 month contract to provide Preventive Maintenance Services for the Automated Flow Lines at the Seletar Assembly Plant in Singapore.

MHA and ASS will perform quarterly Preventive Maintenance checks and provide valuable system performance feedback to Rolls-Royce via comprehensive reports.

OSHAS 1800 Certification

Posted on: February 2016

Having successfully renewed their bizSAFE Level 3 Certification, ASS Pte Ltd are embarking on a journey to obtain OSHAS 18001 Certification.

ASS’s client base in the Aerospace and Airline industries is safety oriented and it makes perfect sense for ASS to enhance their Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Management Systems.

This task is being overseen by Hidayu Jaffar who is currently studying with SIM for a BSc in Occupational Health and Safety in the Workplace. Hidayu will produce the documents for review and approval by an external auditor.

bizSAFE Level 3

Posted on: January 2016

ASS Pte Ltd have successfully renewed their bizSAFE Level 3 Certification with the Singapore WHS Council. The certification was awarded subject to a comprehensive audit by an approved WHS Council professional.

The certification is valid for a 2 year period until December 2018. A copy of the Certificate is available for download at the documents section.

SATS Food Industries

Posted on: July 2015

Further to a competitive tender, SATS Food Industries have awarded ASS with a contract to supply, install and commission replacement chains for part of the Overhead Cart Transport System Power and Free Conveyor located at the SICC2 facility.

The scope includes for two replacement chains with a total length in excess of 400 meters.

Rolls-Royce, Seletar

Posted on: July 2015

Rolls-Royce Singapore has awarded MHA SEA Pte Ltd and ASS Pte Ltd with a contract to provide two heavy duty trolleys for engine assembly at the Seletar Assembly Plant in Singapore.

The trolleys will have the capacity to handle the Trent 1000 engine together with the build stand.