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SINGAPORE: 22nd July to 18th August 2021
Singapore is in Phase 2 Heightened Alert. Moves are permitted with 2 crew members per household.However if the unit is empty, where the residents of that unit are NOT present, there is NO CAP in the number of manpower allowed for the move. We seek your understanding and support as we support the government’s measures to reduce the spread of the virus in the community. 
Most office - based employees are telecommuting and can be contacted via email or their mobile numbers. We are continuing to support you and working to ensure moves are scheduled within the parameters allowed by the relevant authorities.

We are still quoting and providing rates. 


Singapore is experiencing increased risk from COVID19 with WHO declaring that it is a global pandemic. THE SIR GROUP, SIR Move Services Singapore and Malaysia has developed Standard Operating Procedures in line with guidelines from the government authorities.


We will update this site regularly with relevant information as it unfolds. We seek your patience and understanding.


Temporary Addition to SIR’s TERMS & CONDITIONS

In the event that measures  are put in place by the relevant Government authorities that impact our ability to provide services to you (including but not limited to us having to suspend or cancel in full the services), or the virus otherwise affects our ability to fulfil your relocation, or causes delays, added cost to original quotation, increased shipping rates, increased 3rd party rates,  we will not be in a position to accept any liability for any losses that may arise and we limit our liability accordingly. All added costs will need to be fulfilled by the customer.  We are keeping the matter under careful review and will ensure that all customers are advised of any developments that may affect fulfilment of contracted services.

In view of the situation of the COVID-19 and in accordance with the recommendations by the relevant authorities, the following measures are put in place at SIR MOVE and at our packing sites:

  • Temperature screening for all persons entering and re-entering the building

  • Health and travel declarations for all persons entering and re-entering the building

  •  Following the temperature taking and declarations, the following persons will not be allowed entry to the building:
    1. Anyone who has been in contact with any person who is a confirmed case of COVID-19 infection in the past 14 days
    2. Anyone who has  just entered Singapore and issued with Stay At Home Notices
    3. Anyone currently having fever / flu-like symptoms

  • SIR has stopped all travel to the affected countries for business

  • Employees have been advised to refrain from personal trips oversees

  • Employees are encouraged to practice social distancing via video conferring and whatsapp video chats

Measures for Surveyors at Sites:

  • Wear a mask at ALL TIMES

  • Sanitise hands prior to entering and practise personal hygiene

  • If temperature has not been taken by Security @ Guardhouse, surveyors are carrying personal thermometers

  • Maintain Safe Distancing

Measures for Packing Teams at Sites:

  • Wear a mask at ALL TIMES

  • A health declaration is required prior to the start of all jobs at site

  • Currently, we are following requirements by MCST @ Condominiums for Temperature taking exercise.

  • For homes without MCST, please note, all crews temperature are taken first thing in the morning. The Supervisor will monitor the health of the crew throughout the packing and moving dates.

  • Should you have specific requirements/concerns, please do share with your Move Manager and we will try to accommodate.

  • Safe Distancing Measures

Measures for Dorscon RED/Work from home orders:

  • MOH has assured the public that they are not planning to raise the Dorscon level

  • However should a Work from Home order be issued, SIR has already put in place contingency plans to ensure business continuity and management of moves

  • Our business continuity is in line with MOH’s Guidelines

Measures for Workplace Health Management:

  • More frequent cleaning of areas with high human contact, such as counters where customers are served and rooms where visitors are hosted.

  • More frequent cleaning of general public access areas such as lifts, pantries, toilets, and bin areas.

  • Adopt the sanitation and hygiene advisories disseminated by the National Environmental Agency (NEA). NEA has also developed and released interim guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting areas exposed to confirmed cases of COVID-19, and provided a list of companies that can carry out disinfection works. These advisories have been disseminated to hotels, public and private transport operators, and F&B outlets, including hawker centres.


MOH (Ministry of Health)

To obtain accurate and timely updates on COVID-19 from the Ministry of Health website at or subscribe to to receive updates via Whatsapp



Shyla Mathews

Managing Director, THE SIR GROUP


James Charley

Director of Operations & Country Manager Singapore


Charlie Scott

Business Development Director, Country Manager, Malaysia

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