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2nd SCDF DIV HQ

2nd CD Division HQ

About the logo:

The Gryphon is a mythical creature (a crossbreed of an eagle in the upper body and a lion at the lower body). The eagle symbolises tranquillity, determination and perfection in action while the lion exhibits dominance and strength, both physically and mentally.

Division Commander:

COL Alan Toh

Stations under Command:

Paya Lebar, Changi and Tampines Fire Station

History:

2nd SCDF Div HQ used to be located at Lorong J Telok Kurau and was built in 1966 as a primary school. SCDF took over the premises on 31 July 1986 and established it as the HQ for the 2nd CD Division to provide operational coverage mainly to the eastern part of Singapore.

Current Facts :

The present 2nd SCDF Div HQ is housed together with Tampines Fire Station at 1 Tampines Industrial Ave 3 which was operationalised on 26 Jan 2006. An underground Command Post enhances the operational command and control capabilities of the Division and the Public Education Centre to promote community preparedness.


Paya Lebar Fire Station

Paya Lebar Fire Station
Operational Year:

2002

Commander:

MAJ Yap Tzyy Kae

Personnel:

197

Appliances:

1 Fire Engine, 2 Fire Bikes, 4 Red Rhino, 1 Rescue Tender, 1 Combined Platform Ladder, 1 Red Rhino, 1 Fast Response Paramedic Bike and 4 Ambulances.

Boundaries:

Residential estates of Aljunied, Bedok Reservoir and Marine Parade. The station also covers high risk premises such as industrial parks as well as the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

Other Facts:

Formerly known as Geylang Fire Station, the second oldest station operational since 1929, it was renamed Paya Lebar Fire Station and co-located with HQ SCDF at Ubi Ave 4 in May 2002. Today Paya Lebar Fire Station shares the same roof with the Disaster Assistance and Rescue Team.

Fire Posts:

Eunos, Geylang East, Marine Parade and Mountbatten Fire Post.


Changi Fire Station

Changi Fire Station
Operational Year:

1982

Commander:

LTC Jeffrey Ng Leng Ping

Personnel:

136

Appliances:

2 Fire Engines, 2 Red Rhinos, 2 Fire Bikes, 1 Combined Platform Ladder, 1 Damage Control Tender, 1 Hose Relay Pod, 1 Fast Response Paramedic Bike and 4 Ambulances

Boundaries:

Bedok North and South, Chai Chee, Simei, Tampines, Upp Changi Rd East and North, Loyang, East Coast Park, private estates in East Coast & Siglap, Changi Airport, Pulau Tekong & Ubin

Fire Posts:

Chai Chee Fire Post, Upper Changi Fire Post, Siglap Ambulance Post


Tampines Fire Station

Tampines Fire Station

Operational Year:

2006

Commander:

MAJ Oon Wei Yang, Rayner

Personnel:

140

Appliances:

2 Fire Engines, 2 Fire Bikes, 2 Red Rhinos, 1 Combined Platform Ladder, 3 HazMat Appliances, 1 Foam Tender, 4 Foam Pods, 1 Clothing Pod and 2 Ambulances.

Boundaries:

Loyang Agro Technology Park, Pasir Ris Wafer Fab Park, Tampines North Wafer Fab Park and Housing Estates of Tampines and Pasir Ris

Other Facts

Co-located with the new HQ 2nd CD Division at 1 Tampines Industrial Ave 3, the fire station occupies the 1st 2 levels of the 7-storey building. The premise, which is located off Tampines Ave 10, allows easy access to residential towns of Tampines and Pasir Ris.

In addition, it covers high-risk premises such as the industrial parks in its boundary.

Fire Posts:

Pasir Ris Fire Post

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Last updated on 4th Oct 2017