Dear Industry Partners,
The Standards Development Organization at Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SDO@SCIC) would like to invite you to the Launch of SS 603 : 2014 Code of Practice for Hazardous waste management (formerly CP 100 : 2004). This seminar launches the revise SS 603, formerly CP 100 and an overview of the major changes made to the revised Singapore...
16th Mar 2015 / 09:25 am
Dear Industry Partners,
11th Feb 2015 / 11:54 am
This Total Defence Day on Sunday 15 February 2015 at 9.30am, there will be a localised sounding of the “All Clear” signal through its island-wide network of Public Warning System (PWS) sirens at the War Memorial Park. Organised by the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, this sounding commemorates the 1942 surrender of Singapore to Japan.
On the same day at 6.20...
9th Feb 2015 / 03:00 pm
The next batch of the Fire Safety Manager (FSM) Course will be conducted from 13 April to 29 May 2015 at the Civil Defence Academy. As the registration system for the FSM Course is being revamped, interested applicants are required to download the application form and email to email@example.com with supporting documents.
The application period will be opened from...
12th Jan 2015 / 03:00 pm
The 62nd Fire Safety Manager (FSM) Course Exam Results have been released. Please click here to view results.
SCDF was alerted to a case of fire at the above mentioned location at 8.53pm.
Upon SCDF’s arrival, the fire was well alight and involved contents in the production area of the chemical plant. The fire was confined to the production area measuring about 5m by 5m by 20m (height).
At the height of the operation, firefighters wearing breathing apparatus equipment...
This morning, Mr Edwin Tong, Member of Parliament for Moulmein-Kallang GRC and Deputy Chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Home Affairs and Law, graced the groundbreaking ceremony for Sentosa Fire Station. Commissioner Eric Yap, Commissioner SCDF, together with about 150 senior officials and guests attended the ceremony at 35 Artillery Avenue.
SCDF currently has...
With Chinese New Year around the corner, the SCDF would like to remind everyone to exercise caution to minimise fire hazards and prevent the outbreaks of fire during the joyous occasion. When preparing for the festive season, bearing in mind simple fire safety tips can help prevent fires.
Residents are advised not to discard items at common areas such as corridors, lift...
The SCDF will be sounding the “Important Message” signal through the island-wide network of Public Warning System (PWS) sirens on Sunday, 15 February 2015 at 6.20 pm, in support of Total Defence (TD) Day.
Members of the public are advised not to be alarmed by the minute-long sounding exercise. When the signal is sounded, members...
To: SGT Joel Ng Xuan Hao & SGT Yeo Afandy (Marina Bay Fire Station)My family and I were only able to stay for part of the open house but learning about the fire engine and seeing the firemen sliding down the poles was fun. The information was clearly explained and really interesting. I would definitely come again to cover the rest of the tour.Yours sincerely,
Jane TuomolaPosted on 20 March 2015
The Groundbreaking Ceremony for Sentosa Fire Station was on 17 February 2015, 11.30am at 35 Artillery Avenue on Sentosa Island. The event was officiated by Mr Edwin Tong, MP for Moulmein-Kallang GRC, Deputy Chairman for Government Parliamentary Committee for Home Affairs and Law.
Since 2008, SCDF has been providing emergency services on Sentosa through the Sentosa Fire Post. In...
The EPC was officially opened on 2 February 2015, graced by Mr Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister, Coordinating Minister for National Security & Minister for Home Affairs. The EPC which is the first of its kind to utilise visual effects and interactive exhibits to impart emergency preparedness knowledge and skills. The Icube is the highlight of the EPC, which utilises 3D technology to...
You may be required to observe In-place protection (IPP) when hazardous substances are released into environment intentionally or otherwise. IPP serves to minimise the infiltration of hazardous materials into your home, school or workplace. If you are outdoors when a hazardous substance is released, seek shelter and perform IPP immediately.
Be there at the Singapore-Global Firefighters & Paramedics Challenge 2014.
- Witness the Elite Global Rescue Competition
- Take part in full-filled activities
- Walk away with a limited edition SCDF Ambulance replica
To find out more, please visit www.sgfpc.org