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SGSecure

 

SGSecure is Singapore's community response to the terrorism threat.

 

It is a national movement to sensitise, train, and mobilise everyone in Singapore to play a part to prevent and deal with a terrorist attack.

 

A call to action to everyone in our multi-racial, multi-religious society  to come together to safeguard Singapore our way of life.

 

SGSecure focuses on three core actions that every one of us can do in our fight against terrorism.

  • Stay Alert
  • Stay United
  • Stay Strong

VIGILANCE: STAY ALERT

StayAlert

Pay attention to your surroundings and keep a lookout for anything Strange, Irregular, Abnormal or Unusual, “SIAU”, e.g.:

  • Unattended items in public areas, especially if they are partially hidden
  • Someone loitering suspiciously
  • Vehicle heading towards a crowd and not slowing down

 

If you see anything SIAU, call the Police immediately

 

You may also use the SGSecure app to provide information, photos and videos to the Police.


COHESION: STAY UNITED

StayUnited

 

Lets do our part to protect our social fabric by:

  • Learning more about different cultures, races and religious practices
  • Staying in touch with neighbours and helping one another
  • Being understanding, considerate and respectful of one another

 

After an attack has taken place:

  • Keep calm and find out the latest information from official sources such as the Police website
  • Do not spread rumours
  • Do not post or share videos or photos that lead to panic and fear



RESILIENCE: STAY STRONG

StayStrong

 

Know how to protect ourselves and our loved ones in an attack. If you are caught in an attack, remember “Run, Hide, Tell”.

 

Familiarise yourself with Improvised First Aid Skills (IFAS) Plus and emergency preparedness skills such as basic first aid, CPR-AED so that you may help others who are injured during an attack or in any emergency.

 

After an attack, encourage your family and friends to return to their daily activities as soon as possible.

 

Be Prepared - Familiarise Yourself with Key Advisories

 

SGSecure key advisories:

IN EVENT OF AN ATTACK

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RUN

  • Consider the safest route and move quickly and quietly to stay out of view of the attackers.
  • Do not surrender or attempt to negotiate. Insist others leave with you. Leave your belongings behind.

 

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HIDE

  • Hide and stay out of sight.
  • Place heavy objects such as tables behind doors to prevent access by attackers.
  • Move away from doors. Be very quiet and switch your phone to silent mode.

 

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TELL

  • When it is safe to do so, call the Police at 999. SMS 71999 if it is not safe to talk.
  • Provide details on your location and the attackers.
  • Use the SGSecure app to provide more information, photos and videos to the Police.

 

 

 

 

WHEN HIDING FROM DANGER

 

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PRESS

Press directly on the wound to stop the bleeding using items such as a handkerchief or cloth (If bleeding does not stop, proceed to tie).

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TIE

Tie at least 5cm above the wound using items such as a neck tie, belt or sling of a bag to stop any excessive bleeding. This is only applicable for limb (If bleeding still does not stop, apply the windlass technique).

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Tie at least 5cm above the first tie.

Place a rod (pen or wooden stick) on the second tie and secure the rod. 

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 Turn the rod in one direction until the bleeding stops.

Secure the rod by tying a knot.

 

 

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TELL

Tell SCDF Emergency Responders about the injury and the time when you tied the wound.