The next batch of the Fire Safety Manager (FSM) Course will be conducted from 27 June to 3 August 2016 at Civil Defence Academy (CDA), 101 Jalan Bahar. As the registration system for the FSM Course is being revamped, interested applicants are required to download the application form and email to [email protected] with...
3rd May 2016 / 11:08 am
22nd Mar 2016 / 09:46 am
From 4th April 2016, users are advised to access the LicenceOne Portal (Beta) for transactions involving the following Licences:
i) Petroleum & Flammable Materials (P&FM) Storage Licence
ii) Petroleum & Flammable Materials (P&FM) Transportation Licence
iii)Temporary Change Of Use (TCU)
4th Mar 2016 / 09:51 am
The next batch of the Fire Safety Manager (FSM) Course will be conducted from 11 April to 18 May 2016 at City Campus at HQ SCDF, 91 Ubi Ave 4. As the registration system for the FSM Course is being revamped, interested applicants are required to download the application form and email to [email protected] with supporting...
25th Jan 2016 / 05:15 pm
SS 532 : 2007 Code of practice for the storage of flammable liquids has been revised and the new 2016 edition will be launched on 26 Feb 2016. This launch event, organised by the Technical Committee for Petroleum processes and products, provides the highlights of the changes to SS 532 and its role in supporting the chemical and related industries.
The SS 532 revision...
SCDF was alerted to a fire at the above-mentioned location around 5:35 am. SCDF dispatched 1 Fire Engines, 1 Red Rhino, 2 support vehicles, 5 ambulances and arrived at the incident site within 8 minutes.
3 occupants had made their way out of the unit prior to the SCDF’s arrival.
Fire involved the contents of the living room. SCDF firefighters rescued 7 occupants from...
SCDF will be conducting a ground deployment exercise at nex Serangoon on Friday, 1 April 2016. The exercise will begin at 1:30am and end at about 4:00am.
Such exercises are part of SCDF’s on-going efforts to validate and update operational plans and procedures. About 70 SCDF personnel and 20 emergency and supporting vehicles will be participating...
*Updated as at Wed 30/3/2016 5:18 PM
In response to media queries, the number of vegetation fires attended by the SCDF is as follows:
Religious activities like the burning of incense paper and lighting candles/joss sticks are expected to increase during the "Qing Ming" festival which will commence from 25 March 2016 and culminate on 4 April 2016. The SCDF would like to remind members of the public to exercise greater caution when making religious offerings during this period.
Here are some tips to help minimise...
To: Heritage Gallery personnel
Thank you for your efforts during my visit.
It was very interesting and impressive to see all the new attractions in your exhibition.
Praise to your team who shows me all these things - It could not be better!
Battalion Chief (Volunteer),
Posted on 24 March 2016
This is a three-year pilot programme where 100 SMRT taxis will have Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) installed in their vehicles. These specially-equipped taxis will increase the availability of AEDs in the community. In the event of sudden cardiac arrest, an AED can be delivered quickly to the scene, thus helping to improve the chances of survival for the victim. The programme to ‘...
The Singapore-Global Firefighters & Paramedics Challenge is an annual event where rescuers, firefighters and paramedics from the 4 SCDF Divisions and the elite rescue teams from the region and beyond gather to compete against one another in various demanding scenarios related to fire fighting, rescue, medical emergencies and Hazmat management.
The new Home Team video “Our Guardians” portrays the dedication and commitment of Home Team officers in fulfilling our mission and putting their lives on the line every day in the course of their duty. Do watch it and be moved!
The R-AEDi (pronounced “Ready”) initiative is an ambitious undertaking by Singapore Heart Foundation in collaboration with the Singapore Civil Defence Force to improve Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) survival rates. Cardiac arrest is a serious condition and every year, over 1800 persons suffer Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in Singapore, half of whom are below 60 years old....