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    Non-Emergency Ambulance

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Civil Defence Shelter Information

 

Procedures for Shelter Occupation

  • Before the start of a war or an emergency, SCDF will increase public education programmes to prepare you to take precautionary and protective measures.
  • You should prepare your shelter for occupation.
  • When the "Alarm" signal from the Public Warning System (PWS) is sounded, you need to move into their shelter.
  • In the shelter, you should tune in to local TV or radio channels for important messages. This can be done via mobile devices using WIFI / mobile networks or portable radios.
  • Once the "All Clear" signal is sounded, you can leave the shelter and resume your daily routine.

 

CD Shelter Sign

To identify a CD Public Shelter, look out for the CD shelter sign. You will see it near or at the places where the shelters are located.

 

CD shelter logo-01

 

Locate your nearest CD Shelter

Click here to locate your nearest CD Shelter.

 

Please follow these steps to view the Civil Defence Public Shelters on OneMap:


1) Click on “Menu” Tab;OneMap- Menu
2) Click on the “Nearby” category;OneMap- Nearby
3) Click on “Safety and Security” category;OneMap- Safety_Security
4) Click on “Civil Defence Public Shelters” category;OneMap- CD Public Shelters
5) Click on “Show Map”.OneMap- Show Map