Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEAs), made available through the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) infrastructure, are just one of the ways public safety officials can quickly and effectively alert and warn the public about serious emergencies.What you need to know about WEAs: 1. Related: Can an employer keep a worker’s passport? The Emergency Alert System is a national public warning system that requires TV and radio broadcasters, cable television systems, wireless cable systems, satellite digital audio radio service providers, direct broadcast satellite service providers and wireline video service providers to offer to the President the communications capability to address the American public during a national emergency. The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a national public warning system that requires radio and TV broadcasters, cable TV, wireless cable systems, satellite and wireline operators to provide the President with capability to address the American people within 10 minutes during a national emergency. Register online: MWC website, Amendments to EALC which take effect from 1 Sep 2018, Inaccurate IPA information – MOM stepping up checks, Two employment agencies charged for deploying underaged foreign domestic workers, MOM advisory to EAs on Indonesian embassy’s new performance bond requirement, Adopt responsible practices towards your clients, Attachment: Guidelines for employment agencies placing FDWs, Proposal submission for EAs interested to come aboard Advance Placement Scheme, EAs interested to offer the Advance Placement Scheme for FDWs, Attachment: Code of Practice for agents – Appendix D of GIARR, Provide your FDWs with proper accommodation, Enhancements to FDW’s personal accident insurance requirements, EA alert and FAQs on review of CEI course and test, Related: Contracts and safety agreement for FDW, Inappropriate advertisements on e-commerce websites, Related: Advisory to FDW-Placing EAs against insensitive advertising and inappropriate, Cambodia as an approved FDW source with effect from 1 October 2016, Advance notice to EAs to keep records of referral and placement data for positions where the fixed monthly salary is at least $3,300, from 1 August 2016, Related: Submit quarterly referral and placement, Related: Customer ratings for FDW-placing EAs, System migration notification – OBLS is moving to LicenceOne portal (beta), Enhanced Licensing Framework for Employment Agencies, Related: Which employment agency licence to get, Related: Employment agencies and personnel search, Changes to Employment Act - To issue itemised pay slips and key employment terms (KETs) to employees, Ensuring acceptable accommodation for non-domestic foreign workers, Related: Housing requirements for foreign worker, Related: Foreign domestic worker eligibility, Implementation of revised Security Bond and Banker’s Guarantee forms, Do not keep passport or work pass of foreign worker.

Please use our online services (e.g. Revised submission requirements for the quarterly EA returns, Attachments: Referral and placements returns template, FAQs on the New Fair Recruitment Requirements, Enhancement to the FDW eService’s cancellation page, Attachments: Additional EALC for EAs during transition period of FDW, Revisions to the Employment Agencies Licence Conditions (EALC), Attachments: FAQs on the New Fair Recruitment Requirements, New measures to help employers hire FDWs for a better match, Extension of foreign worker SIP to marine shipyard, manufacturing and process sectors on 1 December 2019, Use the FDW eService to ask for a handover period, Related eService: Work permit transactions for domestic helpers and confinement nannies, Extension of FDW levy concession from 1 September 2019, Educating Work Permit holders on money management and facilitating self-exclusion, Attachment: List of VWOs which work with work pass holders in debt, Notice to employment agencies to declare EAs’ affiliation by 1 July 2019, Attachment: FAQs on declaration of affiliation, Register eligible foreign workers for foreign worker Settling-in Programme within 14 days of arrival, Early registration of eligible foreign workers for the foreign worker Settling-in Programme – Reminder, Adopt the Tripartite Standard on Recruitment Practices and distinguish yourself as a fair employer, Advisory to EAs on insensitive advertisements, Foreign worker Settling-in Programme to start on 1 October 2018, Related: SIP for Work Permit holders To continue to transact with MOM securely, please follow these steps to enable the Transport Layer Security (TLS) of your web browser, or upgrade to the latest version of your browser. To continue to transact with MOM securely, please follow, More on Read the latest and past issues of EA Alerts for employment agencies. Find out more (getready.govt.nz) Can my phone receive Emergency Mobile Alert?

Provide your FDWs with acceptable accommodation, Ensuring timely pick-up of FDWs from Changi Airport, Follow-up FAQs on advisory to FDW-placing EAs against insensitive advertising and inappropriate display of FDWs, Demerit points system for employment agencies, Call for information for the appointment of programme partners for the provision of career and employment services, Self-assessment basic compliance checklists, Advisory to FDW-placing EAs against insensitive advertising and inappropriate display of FDWs, Certificate of Employment Intermediaries (CEI), 43% of EAs found with no infringement for our cluster audits.