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Please be informed that the SCDF e-Services have moved to a new URL. Please follow the links in the e-Services page and update your bookmarks accordingly.

With effect from 30 March 2019, mySCDF app was taken offline and its functions integrated to myResponder app. Users will now have a more streamlined experience for fire hazard reporting, public education and community first response on a single platform.

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Please be informed that the SCDF e-Services have moved to a new URL. Please follow the links in the e-Services page and update your bookmarks accordingly.

With effect from 30 March 2019, mySCDF app was taken offline and its functions integrated to myResponder app. Users will now have a more streamlined experience for fire hazard reporting, public education and community first response on a single platform.

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Hotlines
  • 995

    Fire Engine/ Ambulance

  • 1777

    Non-Emergency Ambulance

  • Fire Hazard Reporting

    1800 280 0000

  • General Enquiries

    1800 286 5555

  • 995

    Fire Engine/ Ambulance

  • 1777

    Non-Emergency Ambulance

Hardware

SCDF partnered with the Singapore Heart Foundation (SHF) to develop a national Automated External Defibrillator (AED) registry for publicly accessible AEDs and update their locations regularly. This will allow the myResponder app users to see where the nearest AEDs are and retrieve one on their way to the cardiac arrest patient.

 

AED Box

 

The database that we have today of AED locations in Singapore is over a thousand and the database is rapidly growing as organisations offer to share their AED location information. We are expecting it to continue to grow and encourage organisations that own AED to share this information with SHF and SCDF to make the country a safer place.

 

An AED will also be installed gradually in phases at the lift lobby of every 2 HDB Blocks island-wide by 2019.

 

We hope that by 2020, the National AED Registry will have a comprehensive database of all the AEDs in Singapore to serve as an emergency resource for the public, government and researchers to improve public safety.

 

If you have any query on AEDs or are keen to have your organisation’s public access AED locations mapped into the national AED registry, please send an email to R-AEDi@scdf.gov.sg

 

FAQ

Still have concerns or doubts? Allow us to address some of them in our FAQ.

Last updated: 11 September 2018