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The Challenges

The challenges that participants had to go through in 2016, and the winners of are shown in the list below:

 

Global Challenge

Individual Challenge: Braveheart

An 8-stage challenge to test an individual’s strength, agility, skills and more importantly, their mental endurance. This high speed and adrenaline-pumped challenge is the flagship event for SGFPC. The winners in 2016 were:

PositionNameTeamTime Clocked
1stMd BukharySCDF, DART5min 47sec
2ndJosh CaddyDFES, Western Australia6min 01sec
3rdPaul GrayUK ISAR6min 21sec


Service Challenge: Rip-It-Off

Given a road traffic accident scenario to work on, contestants will be judged based on their on-site assessment, command & control, vehicle stabilisation, extrication techniques and medical intervention. 

The winning team is the one that completes the challenge with the fastest timing without breaching any safety rules. The winners in 2016 were:

PositionTeam
1stMalaysia Fire and Rescue Department (BOMBA)
2ndDepartment of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES), Western Australia
3rdNational Fire Agency

 

Mixed Team Challenge: Global Exchange Challenge

Formed by members from all participating organisations, the teams have to perform various tasks related to height and ground rescue. Teams will have to complete the mission in the fastest timing while ensuring the safety of all team members and the casualty. The winners in 2016 were:

PositionName/Team
1stBlue Team, Jaguar
2ndOrange Team, Tiger
3rdRed Team, Iron Men

Public Challenge

Company Emergency Response Team (CERT) Challenge

Featuring two separate scenarios (Petroleum & Flammable Material (P&FM) industrial premises and Public Industrial Building (PIB) premises) in which a fire can occur, this segment will involve the activation of CERT to mitigate the situation. Upon donning their respective firefighting Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), the teams are required to lay hoses, extinguish the fire and perform a snatch rescue on the casualty.  The winners in 2016 were:

a) CERT (P&FM)
Position

Team

1st

PSA Corporation Limited Team 2

2nd

Sembcorp Marine @ Tuas

3rd

PSA Corporation Limited Team 1

 b) CERT (PIB)

Position

Team

1st

Jurong Health Services Pte Ltd Team 1

2nd

APM Property Management Pte Ltd

3rd

Jurong Health Services Pte Ltd Team 2

 

Pre Hospital Care Challenge

Focused on assessing the competency of medically trained participants in dealing with various medical emergencies, participants will be armed with a cot stretcher and navigate through obstacles towards each station where they will carry out first aid procedures on the respective casualties. The winners in 2016 were:

Position

Team

1st

Unistrong Lifesaver

2nd

Lentorians 2

3rd

Hope 2

Community Challenge

Each team will be assessed on their response to a gunmen attack scenario. They will be required to perform various aspects of the SGSecure advisories of “Run, Hide, Tell” and “Press, Tie, Tell”, in order to successfully complete this challenge. The winners in 2016 were:

Position

Team

1st

Tampines West Team 2

2nd

Full Force (West Coast)

3rd

Team Sparklez (Sengkang South)

 

School Challenge

This challenge depicts a partially collapsed building scenario where the student participants have to manoeuvre through obstacles and confined spaces to access the affected site. To successfully complete their mission, participants have to execute tasks like extinguishing a fire, performing CPR and extricating a casualty with a leg fracture in a locked unit. The winners in 2016 were:

Position

Team

1st

HQ NCDCC 2 (Corvair)

2nd

HQ NCDCC 5 (Diamedes)

3rd

HQ NCDCC 3 (Osprey)

Singapore Challenge

Firefighting and Rescue Challenge

The scenario depicts the onset of a one-unit room fire arising from unattended cooking. The responders need to perform forcible entry to gain access and extinguish the fire using CAF extinguishers. Next, they are to perform CPR, forehead and thigh bandaging on the unconscious casualty before bringing him to safety.

 

HazMat Challenge

This challenge simulates a Hazardous Material (HazMat) incident that occurred within a chemical plant. HazMat Responders are required to apply a Casualty Lifting Kit onto the casualty inside the tunnel before bringing him out on a SKED stretcher. This is followed by the containment of the HazMat using two pipe clamps and a flange drainage bag to mitigate the leaks.

 

Emergency Medical Services Challenge

Faced with a case of a fall from height, teams of paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians are to perform spinal management and the Patient Assessment Model to ensure all critical interventions are completed. The casualty is subsequently carried onto a cot stretcher and maneuvered through a series of obstacles before being loaded into the ambulance.

 

Confined Space Challenge (NSmen)

Rescuers race against time to rescue three casualties trapped within a confined space. They will be using a battery-operated spreader cutter for lifting slabs and cutting wire meshes. Subsequently, they will lower and rescue a stabilised casualty with a rescue hauling device and an A-frame tripod stand.

 

Points will be awarded for each challenge and added up. The Division with the highest score wins the Challenge. The winners in 2016 were:

PositionTeam NameDivision
1stJaguarSCDF 4th Division
2ndFalconSCDF 2nd Division
3rdGryphonSCDF 3rd Division
4thDragonSCDF 1st Division
5thSailfishSCDF Marine Command

 

Image Gallery

These are some of the photos taken during the last SGFPC.

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