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Singapore: Advanced First Aid Research Announces N95 Partnership with SilverACE Senior Activity Centres and Lions Befrienders to Help Elderly Combat Haze


Singapore: Singapore healthcare company, Advanced First Aid Research, an innovator in first aid and burn relief solutions, on July 29 reinforced its commitment to supporting the health, wellbeing and preparedness of Singaporeans with the announcement of a sponsorship initiative in partnership with NTUC Health Co-operative’s SilverACE Senior Activity Centres and Lions Befrienders, designed to support the Nation’s most vulnerable citizens.
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Singapore: Why Can\'t Private Ambulances Use Bus Lanes?


MY MOTHER was ill recently, and a doctor who examined her in our house advised us to send her to the hospital as soon as possible.\r\nAs she is a wheelchair user and not mobile, I called a private ambulance to take her.\r\nTraffic was heavy on our way to the hospital as it was the peak hour, and I asked the driver why he did not use the bus lane.\r\nHe told me that private ambulances were not allowed to use such lanes and the drivers could get into trouble  if caught doing so.
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Singapore: SAF Enhances Training Evacuation System with Emergency Ambulance Service


Singapore: The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) introduced the SAF Emergency Ambulance Service (EAS), which will provide more direct evacuation of serious casualties at training areas outside SAF camps to the nearest restructured hospital. \r\nIn a press release on 28 January, the SAF said the EAS, introduced on January 19, will be used to enhance the existing Emergency Medical Support System.\r\nBefore January 19, serious casualties at training areas outside SAF camps would have been evacuated by 2 modes under the Emergency Medical Support System: By a safety vehicle to the nearest medical facility before the SAF ambulance conveys the perso
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Singapore: Pupils Learn Life-Saving Skills at SCDF’s New Emergency Preparedness Centre


Singapore: The 3 Primary pupils were trying to make their way to safety by crawling through a wall of smoke.Navigating their way down the darkened corridor, they could hardly see.Thankfully, this was not a real fire but a simulation exercise.\r\nOne that is available at a new centre to educate the young to be better prepared when the unexpected happens. On 4 January, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) unveiled its new Emergency Preparedness Centre (EPC), which was launched by Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean.
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Singapore: Seniors Learn How to Do CPR and Use AED


Singapore: Proving one can never be too old to learn life-saving skills, about 450 senior citizens aged 50 to 90 gathered on 15 March to learn how to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and use the Automated External Defibrillator (AED).The senior citizens were paired with about 150 students from ITE College Central who are trained and certified in CPR and AED by the People\'s Association Emergency Preparedness Division.The event is part of the \"Think Health, Live Well\" Health Carnival organised by the Ang Mo Kio CC Women\'s Executive Committee. Organisers hope to raise the awareness of such life-saving skills among seniors so more
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