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VISION, MISSION AND VALUES
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Explore how EMA ensures a reliable and secure energy supply for everyone.
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Learn about purchasing gas and safeguarding your family against gas hazards.
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Get peace of mind by taking simple steps to prevent gas accidents or leaks.
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EMA has implemented a gas safety regulatory framework set out in the Gas Safety Code in the interests of public safety in Singapore.
There are also exemption orders in relation to the Electricity Act:
Minimise risks associated with:
gas pipeline rupture and gas leak incidents
different operating pressures in various parts of the gas pipeline networks
gas usage by consumers
Ensure emergency preparedness of all gas licensees in responding to gas related emergencies
Require the relevant gas licensees to promote public awareness of gas safety.
Gas licensees are required to: