Our Army is to deter aggression, and should deterrence fail, to secure a swift and decisive victory. Our Army is to be ready and capable of conducting a spectrum of operations to defend the security interests and sovereignty of Singapore.
Our Army - Ready, Decisive, Respected.
Our Army is the bedrock of our nation's defence. We draw our strength from our Regulars, NSFs and Operationally Ready NSmen. We thrive on the support of our Families, Employers and fellow Singaporeans.
Ready in peace, we are capable of a full spectrum of operations.
Decisive in war, we will fight and win to defend our country.
Respected by all, our Army is a trusted national institution. We forge the fighting spirit of our people to secure our future and protect our way of life.
We, Members of the Singapore Armed Forces, do solemnly and sincerely pledge that: We will always bear true faith and allegiance to the President and the Republic of Singapore; We will always support and defend the Constitution; We will preserve and protect the honour and independence of our country with our lives.
The Army Occupational Health & Safety Policy
Operations in the Army are inherently demanding, challenging and complex involving various levels of risks. Commanders are thus responsible to professionally conduct realistic, tough and safe training in order to fulfil the Army's mission. Safety must be conducted purposefully, so that it enhances mission success and gives our Soldiers the confidence in committing to tough and realistic training.
Our Army is committed to Our People by ensuring that Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) are accorded priority while ensuring operational readiness.
Hence, our Army is committed to comply with applicable legislation, regulation, GOMs, and other legal requirements that the Army subscribes to that related to its OHS hazards; and will:
1. Achieve mission sucess with no loss of lives or injuries through negligence.
2. Make continual improvements to our OHS management and performance.
3. Address all significant hazards identified in our workplace and activities.
4. Provide guidance to Commanders which allows them the flexibility and control to make informed decisions with regard to training and safety.
The strength of Our Army's OHS system is as strong as the weakest link. Therefore, every individual must value its importance and be responsible to make our operation, training and workplace a safe and healthy one.