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P11112016 SGFPC 2016 @ Expo 206

Singapore-Global Firefighters and Paramedics Challenge (SGFPC)

 

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At the SGFPC, witness emergency responders and community partners compete in adrenaline pumping scenario-based challenges in the Global, Singapore and Public categories.

 

The Theme

The theme for SGFPC 2018 is 'Together, A Nation of Lifesavers: Transforming into the Future' which focuses on SCDF's transformation efforts towards operational readiness, preparedness and building future capabilities.

 

Here's a short video showing some of the actions you can expect during SGFPC:

 

 

The Challenges

Global Challenges

Braveheart (Individual)

The flagship individual challenge of SGFPC and event highlight. This high tempo and adrenaline-pumped activity comprises of an 8-stage challenge to test and individual’s strength, agility, skills and more importantly, mental endurance.

Result:
PositionNameTeamTime Clocked
1stMd BukharySCDF, DART5min 47sec
2ndJosh CaddyDFES, Western Australia5min 49sec
3rdKamaruddin PadinBOMBA, Malaysia6min 01sec

 

Rip-It-Off (Team)

Based on a road traffic accident scenario, contestants will be judged based on their on-site assessment, command & control, vehicle stabilisation, extrication techniques and medical intervention proficiency. A Virtual Reality (VR) component has also been included in this year's iteration to provide a different dimension of realism to the scenario. The team that completes the challenge with the fastest timing without breaching any safety rules will emerge victorious.

Results
PositionTeam
1stDepartment of Fire and Emergency Services, Western Australia
2ndSingapore Civil Defence Force
3rdFire and Rescue Department of Malaysia
4thHong Kong Fire Services Department
5thVietnam Fire Fighting and Rescue Police

 

Global Exchange Braveheart (Mixed Team)

The challenge bears resemblance to the Braveheart (Individual) with medical components added in. The 12-men team formed by members from all participating organisations will be required to complete the various tasks in the fastest timing while ensuring the safety of all team members and the casualty. Teamwork and coordination is essential in this challenge.

Results
PositionTeam
1stBlue Team
2ndYellow Team
3rdGreen Team
4thRed Team

Public Challenges

School Challenge

In this challenge involving a gas explosion and fire in a school canteen, student participants will have to execute tasks including extinguishing the fire, performing CPR and extricating a casualty with head and lower limb injuries, and another suffering from cardiac arrest. The difficulty for the scenario is compounded as it requires the participants to manoeuvre through obstacles and confined spaces.

Results
PositionTeamFinal Timing
1stNCDCC Team 53min 58sec
2ndNCDCC Team 24min 18sec
3rdNCDCC Team 64min 32sec
4thNCDCC Team 35min 00sec
5thSP Lionhearters5min 06sec

 

Community Challenge

For this scenario which involves a kitchen fire, community first responders will be activated via SCDF's myResponder App. To complete the mission, participants have to execute several tasks including extinguishing the kitchen fire, performing basic first aid, CPR and extricating the casualty to a safe area.

Results
PositionTeamFinal Timing
1stPioneer CERT Warriors4min 05sec
2ndRising Stars4min 39sec
3rdChangi Simei C2E4min 47sec
4thQueenstown CERT Team 14min 55sec
5thTWC2E16min 02sec

 

Company Emergency Response Team (CERT) Challenge

For the CERT Challenge, participants will be activated to respond to a flash fire scenario involving partial structural collapse within an office. The CERT participants will be required to don their Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), lay hoses, extinguish the fire and perform a snatch rescue on the casualty in a confined space environment.

Results
PositionTeamFinal Timing
1stPSA Corporation Limited3min 27sec
2ndSembCorp Marine TKY3min 31sec
3rdAPM Property Mgmt Pte Ltd 4min 09sec
4th7 Underground4min 35sec
5thSembCorp Marine TBY5min 02sec

 

Private Ambulance Operator (PAO) Challenge

This challenge involves a medical response to a subject who suffered traumatic injuries and profuse bleeding. The participants will be tested on their proficiency in areas such as casualty management, administration of intravenous fluid and immobilisation of lower limb fractures.

Results
PositionTeamFinal Timing
1stLentorians II4min 00sec
2ndHope Team 24min 07sec
3rdLentorians5min 31sec
4thHope Team 17min 11sec
5thSinus Blue7min 32sec

Singapore Challenges

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Challenge

With the terrorist threat at its highest level in Singapore in recent times, the demands placed upon the SCDF personnel in the frontline units have changed significantly in view of the new threat environment. When confronted with active gunmen amidst a bomb blast scenario, an EMS ambulance crew will need to move tactically into the inner cordon and proceed with rapid snatch rescue and administration of critical medical aid to casualties before more comprehensive treatment is provided at the safe zone.

Firefighting Challenge

This challenge depicts a response to a unit fire and showcases the activation of fire crew for medical incidents under the EMS Tiered Response plan. An EMT-Biker is first activated to attend to a cardiac arrest patient. While the EMT-Biker is occupied, a fire crew is activated to assist with another case of cardiac arrest. To complete the mission, the SCDF responders conduct forcible entry to access the affected unit and extinguish a fire with the use of CAF backpack extinguishers.

Confined Space Challenge

Rescuers race against time to rescue casualties trapped within a collapsed structure scenario. This challenge showcases motorised rescue trailers from which rescuers will retrieve the required equipment for lifting slabs and cutting wire meshes. Subsequently, they will lower a casualty with the use of a lowering device and tripod stand. This casualty is then brought out of the tunnels with the use of a SKED stretcher. 

HazMat Challenge

This challenge simulates a Hazardous Material (HazMat) incident that occurred within a chemical plant. Within a Virtual Reality environment, the commander conducts an initial assessment of the situation to identify chemical leaks as well as locate casualties. Transitioning to the practical challenge, the rest of the HazMat responders then conduct rescue of casualties and mitigation of the chemical leaks earlier identified by the commander. 

 

Results
PositionTeam
1st3rd SCDF Division
2nd4th SCDF Division
3rd1st SCDF Division
4th2nd SCDF Division
5thSCDF Marine Command

 

Image Gallery

For the results and photos taken during the past SGFPC event, click here.

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Last Updated: 05 December 2018

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