Singapore Standards
Singapore Standards are nationally recognised documents established by consensus. Standards are published documents setting out specifications and procedures for the design, use or performance of materials, products, processes, services and systems.

Technical References or TR for short, are fast track documents that are developed to help meet urgent industry demand for specifications or requirements on a particular product, process or service in an area where there is an absence of reference standards. Unlike Singapore Standards, TRs are issued without going through the full consensus process as the time taken could affect the relevance to market needs. As such, they are made available for provisional application over a period of two years, but does not have the status of Singapore Standards. The aim is to use the experience gained to modify the TRs before they can be adopted as Singapore Standards.

As the national standards body, Enterprise Singapore facilities the development of Singapore Standards based on requests from the industry and government. Currently, there are more than 1,000 standards partners and volunteers who are involved in the development and promotion of standards.
Best Selling Singapore Standards (Sep 2018)
1. CP 97 - 1 : 2002 (2015)
Code of practice for construction electronic measurement standards (CEMS) - Standard method of measurement (SMM) for building works
2. SS ISO 45001 : 2018
Occupational health and safety management systems — Requirements with guidance for use
3. SS 555 - 3 : 2018
Protection against lightning – Part 3: Physical damage to structures and life hazard
4. SS 555 - 1 : 2018
Protection against lightning – Part 1: General principles
5. SS 555 - 4 : 2018
Protection against lightning – Part 4: Electrical and electronic systems within structures
6. SS 555 - 2 : 2018
Protection against lightning – Part 2: Risk management
7. SS ISO/IEC 17025 : 2017
General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories
8. SS 620 : 2016
Good distribution practice for medical devices - Requirements
9. SS ISO 31000 : 2018
Risk management – Guidelines