Specific Industries in Tiers and SSIC Codes


JSS Support Specific SectorsSub-sectors
Based on Oct 2019 to Aug 2020 Wages Based on Sep 2020 to Mar 2021 WagesUpdated
Tier 1

75% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee  
Tier 1

50% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee  
Aviation and Aerospace 
  • Airlines
  • Airport ground handlers
  • Airport operators
  • Aerospace maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) operators
  • Aerospace manufacturing operators
  • Major suppliers of parts and services for aerospace MROs and manufacturers
  • Airline fleet management services operators
  • Operators providing training for pilots and crews
Tourism, Hospitality, Conventions and Exhibitions
  • Qualifying licensed hotels8
  • Qualifying licensed travel agents9
  • Qualifying gated tourist attractions10
  • Cruise lines and Cruise terminal operator
  • Purpose-built Meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) venue operator
  • MICE and tourism event organisers11
  • Money changers12
  • Regional ferry operators13 
  • IRAS-certified central refund agencies
Tier 1 (only for Jun 2020 to Aug 2020 wages)

75% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee 

Tier 1 (only for Sep 2020 to Oct 2020 wages)

50% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee 

 

Tier 2 (for Nov 2020 to Mar 2021 wages)

 

30% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee 

 
Built Environment
  • Built Environment contractors14 
  • Built Environment consultants15 
Tier 2 
 
50% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee



     
Tier 2 
 
30% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee



     
 
  • Licensed food shops and food stalls (including hawker stalls)16
Retail
  •  Qualifying retail outlets17 
Arts and Entertainment
  • Cinema operators18
  • Film distributors19
  • Arts and Culture organisations20
Land Transport
  • Rail operators21
  • Point-to-Point (P2P) transport operators22
  • Private bus and limousine operators23 
Marine and Offshore
  • Marine and Offshore24
Tier 3

25% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee 
Tier 3A                  

10% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee 
All other employers
  •  N/A

Tier 3B (only for Sep 2020 to Dec 2020 wages)

 

10% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages per local employee 

 

No subsidy thereafter

Biomedical Sciences
  • Biomedical Sciences25
Precision Engineering
  • Precision Engineering26
Electronics
  • Electronics27
Financial Services
  • Financial Services28
Information and Communications Technology and Media
  • Information and Communications Technology29
  • Media30
  • Postal and Courier31
Retail
  • Supermarkets and Convenience Stores32
  • Online Retail33

 

Notes:
3 They must:
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from aerospace MRO; and
• Have one of the following accreditations or regulatory approvals: (i) Singapore Airworthiness Requirements Part 145 (SAR145) or SAR21 from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) (or equivalent from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)/ European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)); or (ii) National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap); and
• Be classified under SSIC 30302.

4 They must:
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from aerospace manufacturing; and 
Either: be a manufacturing facility of aerospace original equipment manufacturers (OEMs); or have certificates of approved supplier status from aerospace companies; or have the following accreditations or regulatory approvals: (i) SAR145 or SAR21 from CAAS (or equivalent from FAA/EASA); or (ii) Nadcap; and
• Be classified under SSIC 30301.
 
5 They must:
• Carry out one or more of these activities: (a) machining and assembly; (b) tooling; (c) secondary processes; (d) engineering; (e) repair; (f) customised kitting; and (g) inventory management on behalf of aerospace companies and airlines; and 
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from aerospace companies and airlines; and
Either: have certificates of approved supplier status from aerospace companies; or have the following accreditations or regulatory approvals: (i) SAR145 or SAR21 from CAAS (or equivalent from FAA/EASA); or (ii) Nadcap.
 
6 They must: 
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from aerospace companies, airlines and fleet owners; and
• Have the following regulatory approvals: (i) SAR145 or SAR21 from CAAS (or equivalent from FAA/EASA); or (ii) Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) from EASA (or equivalent).

7 They must:
• Be a CAAS-approved Type Rating Training Organisation (or equivalent from FAA/EASA); and
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from airlines.

8 They must be a licensed hotel classified under SSIC 551.

9 They must have more than two-thirds of their revenue from their travel agency business, based on the Annual Business Profile Returns submitted to the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) in 2018.

10 They must:
• Have more than 30% visitorship from tourists, and 
• Be classified under SSICs 91021, 91022, 91029, 91030, 93201, or 93209.

11 They must:
• Be impacted by the deferment/cancellation/loss of sales of at least one MICE/leisure event with at least 20% foreign attendees (residing outside Singapore) and originally scheduled in Singapore between 1 Feb 2020 to 31 Dec 2020; and
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from MICE/leisure events with at least 20% foreign attendees (residing outside Singapore); and
• Be classified under SSICs 82301, 82302 or 82303

12 They must:
• Be licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) as either “money-changing licensee” or “major payment institution licensee”; and 
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from money-changing services.

13 They must:
• Be licensed by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) as a Regional Ferry Services Operator; and 
• Be classified under SSIC 50013.

14 They must be classified under SSICs 41, 42, or 43.

15 They must: 
• Be registered with the Public Sector Panel of Consultants; or
• Be classified under SSICs 71111, 71113, 71121, or 71125.

16 They must be classified under SSICs 56, or 68104. Licensees registered as individuals will also be included if they make mandatory CPF contributions for their employees. 

17 They must:
• Have physical storefronts; and
• Be classified under SSICs 47191, 47199, 474, 475, 476, 4771, 47721, 4773, 4774, 47752, 47759, 47761, 47769, 4777, 47802, or 4799.

18 They must:
• Hold a valid Film Exhibition licence from the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA); and
• Be classified under SSIC 5914.

19 They must:
• Have transacted with IMDA to classify films for exhibition in cinemas between 1 Apr 2019 to 31 Mar 2020; and
• Be classified under SSICs 59131 or 59139.

20 They must: 
• Meet at least one of the conditions of being a: (i) participant in a project, activity, programme or festival supported by the National Arts Council (NAC) or National Heritage Board (NHB) between 1 Apr 2018 to 31 March 2020; (ii) Museum Roundtable member before 31 March 2020; or (iii) accredited Arts Education Programme (AEP) provider listed in the 2019-2021 NAC-AEP Directory; and
• Be classified under SSICs 85420, 90001, 90002, 90003, 90004, 90009, 91021, 91022, or 91029.

21 They must:
• Hold a Land Transport Authority (LTA) New Rail Financing Framework licence; and
• Not receive service payments from the Government for the operation of rail services; and 
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from rail-related activities.

22 They must hold an LTA taxi service operator licence; or an LTA third-party taxi booking service operator licence.

23 They must:
• Have “P” plate buses or sedans/multi-purpose vehicles (MPVs) registered as Z10, Z11, R10, R11 vehicles; and
• Be classified under SSICs 49212, 49219, 77101, or 52299.

24 They must:
• Derive more than two-thirds of their revenue from the following activities: (i) manufacture and repair of oil rigs; (ii) building of ships, tankers and other ocean-going vessels (including conversion of ships into off-shore structures); (iii) repair of ships, tankers and other ocean-going vessels; (iv) manufacture and repair of marine engine and ship parts; and/or (v) manufacture and repair of oilfield and gas field machinery and equipment components (e.g. derricks, tool joints, process modules and packages); and
• Be classified under SSICs 30110, 28112, 28241, or 28242.

25 They must be classified under SSICs 21011, 21012, 21013, 2102, 2103, 266, 325, 46461, 46592, 72101, 72107, or 72109.

26 They must be classified under SSICs 22191, 22192, 22193, 22199, 22211, 22214, 22215, 22216, 22218, 22219, 2222, 25113, 2513, 2591, 2592, 2593, 2594, 25951, 25959, 25993, 25995, 25997, 25998, 25999, 26127, 2651, 2652, 2670, 271, 273, 28111, 2812, 2814, 2815, 2816, 2818, 2819, 2822, 28243, 28249, 2825, 2826, 2827, 2829, or 283.

27 They must be classified under SSICs 2611, 26121, 26122, 26123, 26124, 26125, 26126, 26129, 262, 263, 264, or 26801.

28 They must:
• Be classified under SSICs 641, 643, 649, 65, and 66; or 
• Be MAS-regulated firms classified under SSIC 642.

29 They must be classified under SSICs 4651, 46521, 46523, 46591, 58202, 61, 62011, 62013, 62014, 62019, 6202, 6209, 631, 63909, 72105, 74111, 77341, 78101, 822, or 9511.

30 They must be classified under SSICs 46444, 581, 58201, 60, 62012, 63901, or 9101.

31 They must be classified under SSIC 53.

32 They must be classified under SSICs 4711, or 47192.

33 They must be classified under SSIC 4791.