Quality & Standards
Establish trust in your brand
Drive operational productivity
Ease entry into global markets
Building trust with quality and standards
Accreditation and Assurance
Standards, Technical References and Workshop Agreements
Learn how standards guide businesses in their operational processes and help maintain quality output.
Stay competitive by using standards to build trust with your customers.
Singapore Standards Council (SSC)
The SSC develops Singapore Standards, Technical References and Workshop Agreements.
Participate in Standards Development
Contribute to industry best practices by shaping new standards with your expertise.
Get Tested, Inspected or Certified by a Conformity Assessment Body
Be recognised for your adoption of standards and increase customer and stakeholder confidence.
Learn about the Testing, Inspection & Certification (TIC) industry
See how the TIC industry fosters quality and trust in Singapore's products and services.
Get accredited by the Singapore Accreditation Council (SAC)
Learn about the SAC and how to have your conformity assessment services accredited by the Council as a CAB.
SAC Mutual Recognition Arrangements (MRAs)
Find out how MRAs can help your business enter markets, trade easily, and reduce costs.
Consumer Product Safety Office
Comply responsibly with safety regulations to ensure your products do not pose safety risks to consumers.
Weights and Measures Office
Ensure that you use weighing or measuring instruments that are registered and verified.
Check out the list of Business Excellence (BE) certified organisations and past BE award winners.
Sustainability through strategic investments in governance, technology and competence.
Tat Hui Foods Pte Ltd
Made-in-Singapore instant noodles that are an instant hit around the world.
SMC Food 21
Singapore’s first infant milk formula to meet China’s food safety standards
70% of S'pore SMEs had better access to global opportunities after adopting quality standards: Survey
Standards can help companies establish trust, distinguish themselves and boost their brand image.
Push to get more women involved in workplace standards development
This comes as one of 25 action plans in the White Paper on Singapore Women's Development.