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Revamped Emergency Preparedness (EP) Day

Come join us at the revamped EP Days in these constituencies. Learn skills and knowledge to better protect ourselves from a terror attack.  ​

Kampong GlamKampong Glam CC9.30am to 1pm
Keat HongLot 1 Shopping Mall1pm to 4pm
Bedok Reservoir-PunggolOpen Field next to Hougang MRT 9am to 12pm
Teck GheeTeck Ghee Square, Open Space & Community Hall in front of Blk 407, Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 9am – 12pm 
Fengshan SMCFengshan 85 Market8.30am to 1pm



Revamped EP Day at Woodlands (05 Nov 2016) 
The Woodlands Emergency Preparedness D​ay featured an anti-terror exercise involving Home Team Officers and resident volunteers from the People's Association Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). As part of ongoing efforts to strengthen Community Resilience, a key pillar of the SGSecure movement, the Community Emergency Preparedness Programme (CEPP) "I AM SAFE" E-learning programme was launched at the event.

Read more about it here​​​ and here.
Revamped EP Day at Bedok (30 Oct 2016) 
Residents from Bedok caught a glimpse to what might happen if gunmen opened fire within their neighbourhood during a 'live' scenario exercise. The simulation was part of the revamped Emergency Preparedness (EP) Day under the "SGSecure in the Neighbourhood" initiative. The event was organised by the Bedok Community Emergency and Engagement (C2E) Committee and the People's Association (PA).

Read more about it here​​​ and here.
Official Launch of SGSecure by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong 

(24 Sep 2016) 


"The SGSecure movement was officially launched by Prime Minister (PM) Lee Hsien Loong on 24 September 2016. The national movement is a call to action for Singaporeans to be part of the nation’s anti-terrorism efforts. Speaking at the Singapore University of Technology and Design, PM Lee called on Singaporeans to safeguard their way of life and stand 

united in the fight against terrorism..." 


Read more here and here.

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Crisis Response Exercise at Chong Pang Constituency
(18 Sep 2016)
“Grassroots and community leaders from Chong Pang Constituency gathered for a Crisis Response Exercise on 18 September 2016. The four-hour exercise tested the mantles of the participants, who tackled and resolved communal issues that emerged in the aftermath of a simulated crisis in their neighbourhood...”

Read more 



Exercise Heartbeat 2016 (2 Sep 2016)
Exercise Heartbeat is an annual counter-terrorism exercise conducted by the Singapore Police Force and the Singapore Civil Defence Force. This year, the exercise was conducted at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, and focused on spreading the SGSecure message to the private sector and emphasised the importance of having a business continuity plan in the event of an attack...” 


Read more here.


Launch of Harmony in Diversity Gallery (2 Sep 2016)
“Launched by President Tony Tan, the Harmony in Diversity Gallery is a key platform under the SGSecure movement to promote the importance of religious harmony to Singapore and foster mutual respect and understanding among the different religions. It will also enhance the MHA’s community engagement programme and the national SGSecure movement…”

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Revamped EP Day at Toa Payoh-West Balestier (6 Aug 2016)
"The events that happened during the revamped Toa Payoh West-Balestier Emergency Preparedness (EP) Day on 6 Aug served as a reminder to residents that the threat of terrorism exists. Being prepared with life-saving skills, along with swift community response, will make a difference in keeping Singapore safe and secure..."

Read more 


Revamped EP Days at Chong Pang (28 May 2016) and Jurong Spring 
(29 May 2016)
"As part of the 'SGSecure in the Neighbourhoods' initiative by the 

Ministry ​of Home Affairs, a series of simulated anti-terror drills and lifesaving programmes were rolled out for residents of Chong Pang and Jurong Spring on 28 May and 29 May respectively..."  


Read more here.

Counter-Terrorism Seminar for the Business Community (18 Jul 2016)
"The Singapore Police Force held its inaugural SG Secure Safety and Security Watch Group (SSWG) Counter-Terrorism seminar aimed at combating potential terrorist attacks at public or crowded spaces and workplaces through the mobilisation of relevant industry stakeholders and a regular exchange of critical security and emergency response know-how, updates, intelligence and safety advisories amongst industry players such as the retail community..."

Find out more 
National Safety & Security Watch Group (SSWG) Award Ceremony 2016
"For their efforts in keeping their workplace safe and secure, 169 Safety & Security Watch Group members were presented the National Safety & Security Watch Group Award at a ceremony organised by the Singapore Police Force and the Singapore Civil Defence Force on 24 June 2016..."

Read more about it 


SGSecure App
Download the SGSecure app to receive important alerts during major emergencies. It will also allow you to seek assistance and provide information to the authorities.

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