InSync Medical

Company 166 East Coast Rd

Official Pink Fest Partners’ Venues 2019

About Us

InSync Medical is a GP+ clinic with a special interest in sexual wellness and women’s health. They have adopted a modern approach to conversations about health while being mindful of Asian sensibilities. InSync Medical aims to provide a safe and private space for their clients to discuss sensitive healthcare issues, and are committed to healing and improving everyone’s lives on both general healthcare and sexual wellness/health issues.

Information

InSync Medical has pledged the following:

Safeguards from Discrimination

  • InSync Medical is committed to protecting its employees or voluntary employees and customers from discrimination, regardless of age, gender, disability, pregnancy or family responsibilities, race or nationality, sexual orientation or gender identity, religion or cultural background.

Safeguards against harassment

  • InSync Medical is committed to protecting its employees or voluntary employees and customers from all forms of harassment, including sexual harassment.

Accessibility

  • InSync Medical is committed to creating an accessible business environment for employees or voluntary employees and customers with diverse needs and abilities.

Safeguards from HIV discrimination at work

  • InSync Medical s committed to ensuring that HIV status alone is not ground for a person’s dismissal from employment and will provide support to any employee who suffers harassment or discrimination on the basis of their HIV status.

Reducing HIV stigma

  • InSync Medical will undertake educational initiatives to reduce HIV stigma and discrimination in Singapore.

Transgender

  • At least one washroom and toilet on each floor that designated as unisex or gender neutral.
  • No protocols as yet but we want to implement employee service training for Transgender people

Child-Friendly Services

  • At least one designated room or area for women to breastfeed infants.
  • At least one entrance to the building with automatic doors or doors that can be opened one-handed without excess force.
  • The stroller accessible entrance route is sheltered.

Deaf / Hard Hearing

  • Staff are trained to use notepads, email, smartphones or text-based methods when communicating with customers who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

Walking Aid Users

  • At least one entrance to the building with automatic doors or doors that can be opened one-handed without excess force.
  • At least one route from the alighting/boarding point for taxis, buses, subway or private vehicles for persons with disabilities leading to the building's entrance is level, has steps or a ramp.
  • All stairs and ramps have handrails that run continuous for the length of the stairs.
  • At least one toilet and urinal on each floor has grab bars on both sides of the toilet and urinal.

Wheelchair Users

  • A sheltered bay at least 1.2 metres in width enabling a wheelchair user to alight or board a private public transport or vehicle in an adjacent bay.
  • Ramps and/or elevators are available enabling wheelchair users to move between floors.
  • Ramps have a gentle gradient that adheres to local building codes.
  • Elevators are accessible by level pathways and/or ramps.

Blind and Low Vision

  • Staff are aware that Singapore law permits guide dogs in all public places, including food establishments, public markets and public transport
  • Staff are trained to avoid touching guide dogs, white canes or other assistive devices without permission from the owner
  • Staff are trained on using clear and descriptive language to support effective communication
  • Staff are trained on guiding customers to toilets and other basic amenities while avoiding hazards.
  • No accessible reading formats are available, but staff can assist with verbal communication
  • Furniture is not densely packed together. There is ample room between tables, chairs and other furniture in our place of business.

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Workplace Inclusive

  • A policy prohibiting all forms of discrimination at your company.
  • New employee on-boarding process stating company values and policy on diversity and inclusion
  • Regular trainings to prevent bullying and harassment
  • Workplace activities that promote social engagement among diverse employees
  • Flexible work arrangements for persons with disabilities, parents and caregivers

More details soon...