NTUC Club signed a Letter of Intent with the National Environment Agency (NEA) to collectively curate better technologies, solutions and innovations for Downtown East. (Photo: National Environment Agency)
NTUC Club, Weishen Industrial Services, and e2i co-organised a Technology Learning Journey at Downtown East on 12 March 2018 for Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say to showcase: Autonomous Ecobot Scrubber, Smartwatch, Quality Audit System, Eco Mobile Washer and Food Waste Digester.
Cleaning supervisor, Zainal B Ismail, demonstrating the use of the Ecobot scrubber and Smartwatch on the 12 March 2018 Learning Journey at Downtown East. These technologies improved the workers’ productivity and made their jobs easier, safer and smarter.
NTUC Club celebrated our Unsung Heroes on 22 June 2018. Together with Mr Zainal Sapari from U Care Centre (UCC), NTUC Club management presented cleaners and technicians with Downtown East vouchers and treated them to a buffet lunch at Sakura restaurant. Besides showing our appreciation, UCC also updated them on the changes to Progressive Wage Model and how this will benefit them.
NTUC Club hosted Minister Khaw Boon Wan and his cycling “kakis” on 28 July 2018 at Downtown East. As part of their Discovering Singapore Ride, they made a pit stop here and was shown our refreshed retail and dining options, the new D’Resort, and the expanded Wild Wild Wet water park.
NTUC Club signed a Letter of Intent with the National Environment Agency (NEA) to collectively curate better technologies, solutions and innovations for Downtown East. (Photo: National Environment Agency) NTUC Club, Weishen Industrial Services, and e2i co-organised a Technology Learning Journey at Downtown East on 12 March 2018 for Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say to showcase: Autonomous Ecobot Scrubber, Smartwatch, Quality Audit System, Eco Mobile Washer and Food Waste Digester. Cleaning supervisor, Zainal B Ismail, demonstrating the use of the Ecobot scrubber and Smartwatch on the 12 March 2018 Learning Journey at Downtown East. These technologies improved the workers’ productivity and made their jobs easier, safer and smarter. NTUC Club celebrated our Unsung Heroes on 22 June 2018. Together with Mr Zainal Sapari from U Care Centre (UCC), NTUC Club management presented cleaners and technicians with Downtown East vouchers and treated them to a buffet lunch at Sakura restaurant. Besides showing our appreciation, UCC also updated them on the changes to Progressive Wage Model and how this will benefit them. NTUC Club hosted Minister Khaw Boon Wan and his cycling “kakis” on 28 July 2018 at Downtown East. As part of their Discovering Singapore Ride, they made a pit stop here and was shown our refreshed retail and dining options, the new D’Resort, and the expanded Wild Wild Wet water park.