SGSecure Responders

Be an SGSecure Responder Today!

The community plays a critical role in our fight against terrorism. Anyone can be a Responder if you are willing to play your part in any of these roles:

1. Staying Alert - Report anything suspicious to authorities early through the "Report" function in the SGSecure app.

2. Staying United - In the event of a terror attack or security incident, keep calm and obtain latest information from official sources such as through the "Alert" function in the SGSecure app. Do not speculate or spread misinformation/ disinformation, only share verified information from official sources. 

3. Staying Strong - Timely response to nearby cases of cardiac arrest and minor fire can save lives. No prior certification in life-saving skills is needed to give a hand, but being trained in them can better prepare you to deal with an emergency. 

To sign up as an SGSecure Responder, simply download the SGSecure app and register via the "Respond" function. For more information, click here

I WANT TO SIGN UP FOR LIFE-SAVING TRAINING COURSES!

There are a whole range of training courses you can sign up for! Prior certification in life-saving skills is not required. 

 Skill

 Where to Sign Up

 CPR / AED

Community Emergency Preparedness Programme (CEPP) at www.scdf.gov.sg

For CPR/AED only, you can also email to DARE_programme@upec.sg


 Basic Fire-fighting

First Aid

 Psychological First Aid

 www.redcross.sg


Be inspired by these SGSecure Responders

“I’m always revising my notes on first aid. When someone needs help, I need to be ready.”

Madam Gnanammal learnt first aid in 2001. Today, she is a first aid trainer and volunteer medic at national events. You, too, can pick up life-saving skills with a little training. In any emergency, it can make all the difference. Join Madam Gnanammal as an SGSecure Responder today.






“We cannot save everyone in the world, but with the right skills, we can be there for someone when needed.”

Yi Hui learnt first aid at age 16. Today, he is a volunteer who responds to emergencies near him as quickly as he can – every second counts when it comes to saving lives. You, too, can pick-up life-saving skills with a little training. In any emergency, it can make all the difference. Join Yi Hui as an SGSecure Responder today.





"The last time I saw her, she was a stranger I was trying to save."


Mdm Adelina works part-time at a food stall and is involved in volunteering and community work. She performed CPR on an elderly lady who collapsed near Jurong Point due to a cardiac arrest. You, too, can pick-up life-saving skills with a little training. In any emergency, it can make all the difference. Join Mdm Adelina as an SGSecure Responder today.