Fuelfit Pte Ltd

Company 501 Serangoon North Ave 4

Official Pink Fest Partners’ Venues 2019

About Us

FuelFit Pte Ltd doesn’t believe in short-term fitness ‘fix[es]’. Their coaches are knowledgeable, keenly aware of their clients’ limits, and will motivate their clients to put in effort to achieve desired results. They believe that having fun and working towards one’s fitness goals goes hand in hand. FuelFit is sustainable, and they hope, a permanent solution to their clients’ fitness requirements.

Information

Transgender

  • No protocols as yet but we want to implement employee service training for Transgender people
  • We are happy to serve transgendered clients however as we are using shared spaces, we cannot guarantee access to friendly toilet facilities as it defers from venue to venue

Child-Friendly Services

  • Some venues have ramp
  • Some venues has public playgrounds available but no supervision

Deaf / Hard Hearing

  • No protocols as yet but we want to implement employee service training for Deaf or Hard of Hearing people

Walking Aid Users

  • 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.

Wheelchair Users

  • 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 or a ramp.

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
  • No protocols as yet but we want to implement employee service training for Blind or low vision people
  • No accessible reading formats are available, but staff can assist with verbal communication

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Workplace Inclusive

  • A policy prohibiting all forms of discrimination at your company.
  • A policy prohibiting all forms of bullying and harassment, including sexual harassment, at your company.
  • New employee on-boarding process stating company values and policy on diversity and inclusion
  • Regular trainings to address unconscious bias
  • Training programs for employees to improve skills
  • Training programs for employee to acquire new skills and change roles
  • Workplace activities that promote social engagement among diverse employees
  • Flexible work arrangements for persons with disabilities, parents and caregivers
  • Marketing initiatives to promote customer diversity
  • Sponsorship of community-led initiatives that support women, seniors, people with disabilities and/or LGBT sectors