Yes. The guide for declaration/submission of manpower details can be found here.
All businesses that are allowed to resume operations, or have received an approval for their General Exemption application, are required to do so.
You can refer to the full list of permitted services allowed to resume operations here.
If the status of your general exemption or business resumption is not reflected as “approved” or “permitted”, you will be unable to declare your manpower details. If you require assistance, please write to MTI at email@example.com.
Please also note that there may be conditions imposed on the approval of your general exemption. These conditions will be indicated in your official email notification of approval. Alternatively, you may also login here to check your exemption application for any conditions to your approval.
You will be expected to ensure that your manpower details are updated for the entire duration of the phased resumption of businesses. Any significant changes to the manpower count or manpower details which you had declared/submitted earlier should be updated as soon as possible.
Employment agencies should submit/declare the manpower details for all employees under their direct employment, regardless of where they are deployed.
Companies on the permitted list are not required to submit the NRIC/FIN for their workers. They will only need to declare their manpower numbers (i.e. total number of manpower on-site and the maximum number of manpower on-site at any given time).
For applicants with a CorpPass account, please login here. Thereafter, please click on the button “submit manpower”, which will be made available only for permitted business resumptions/ general exemptions.
Businesses who fail to submit the manpower details within 2 weeks of resuming operations will be in breach of the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act. First-time offenders found operating will face a fine of up to $10,000, imprisonment of up to six months, or both. Subsequent offences may face a fine of up to $20,000, imprisonment of up to twelve months, or both.
Specific manpower declaration requirements for the Marine & Offshore and Process sectors can be found here.
The Multi-Ministry TaskForce announced on 19 May 2020 that Circuit Breaker measures will be gradually eased from 2 June 2020, and businesses will be allowed to resume activities in a phased manner.
As more workers go back to work, we need to ensure that businesses resume operations in a safe way. Hence, businesses that are allowed to resume operations are required to declare their manpower details.
Businesses that fail to submit their manpower details within 2 weeks of resuming operations will be in breach of the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act. First-time offenders found operating will face a fine of up to $10,000, imprisonment of up to six months, or both. Subsequent offences may face a fine of up to $20,000, imprisonment of up to twelve months, or both.
You should submit your manpower declaration within 2 days of resumption of your business operations.
Companies that are allowed to resume operations, even if employees are working from home, must submit their manpower declaration within 2 days of resuming operations.
If your company has not submitted on-site manpower details before and is not operating on-site, please click on the “declare 0 button” to declare “0” manpower working on-site.
If you had already submitted on-site manpower details previously but are now ceasing on-site operations, click on the “reset to 0” button under the field “total number of manpower working on-site” to declare “0” manpower working on-site.
You will receive an email acknowledgment of your manpower declaration. You can only resume operations from the specified date indicated against your business resumption status, when you login here.
There may be conditions imposed on your approved/permitted general exemption/business resumption. These conditions will also be indicated in the email acknowledgement of your manpower declaration. Alternatively, you may login here to check your general exemption/business resumption status for any conditions to your approval.
If you have not received an acknowledgement email, your email address may be inaccurately captured on our system. For applicants with a CorpPass account, kindly login here to verify that your email address is accurately reflected.
You will be able to update your email address if needed. All changes will be reflected immediately. You will also be able to check whether your declaration has been captured. You should resubmit the declaration if it has not been captured.
Yes, you should update your manpower declaration if there are any changes to (i) the total number of employees/workers working on-site and (ii) the maximum number of workers on-site at any given time.
You can login here and click on your business resumption to resubmit your manpower declaration.
You may change and resubmit your manpower declaration up to 5 times a day.
The employment records are accurate as at Feb 2020. We allow for reasonable fluctuations to this number. Therefore, you should continue to declare your manpower details.
However, should the numbers vary substantially, you should submit a copy of your manpower records with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) and/or the Central Provident Fund (CPF) to MTI at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Depending on the status & conditions tagged to your exemption, each application is allotted a specific manpower quota. You will not be able to add more employees to your application once you have reached the allotted quota. The cap on the number of employees that you are allowed to have on-site is necessary to minimise the movement of workers to and from work. We are aware that this will be disruptive for businesses, but it is also essential in the fight against COVID-19.
The cap on the number of manpower that you are allowed to have on-site is necessary to minimise the movement of employees to and from work. Should you require additional manpower, please submit an application for Additional Manpower here. Do note that the application will be subject to assessment by the respective agencies.