Please note the latest updates and reminders. To see full document, please click on the link below: Updates for Training Centres (210121) Do ensure that the contact details and email addresses listed on SRFAC web directory are updated such that future updates can reach your Training Centres in a timely manner.
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Dear all, This year, due to COVID-19, Singapore Heart Foundation will be running their signature National Heart Week/World Heart Day event virtually on 3 and 4 October 2020 to continue empowering the public with the necessary heart-health information as the battle against cardiovascular disease does not stop. So register your interest now on www.myheart.org.sg/nhw-whd-2020 to receive […]
This is a minor update to inform all Training Centres of the following: Revised recommendations for demarcation between classes in a large training space without rooms or in-built partitions. Class size for Child First Aid course (CFA) learners from sectors regulated by ECDA will be capped at 8 learners until further notice and to be […]
Changes to Class Size Limit TCs should note the changes to the class size/training space limit as outlined in the following: For Life Support courses (BCLS+AED, CPR+AED, ACLS, LSCN, etc) and First Aid courses (SFA, CFA), class size will be capped at 16 learners with at least 1m spacing between individuals. For practical training involving […]
The Multi-Ministry Taskforce announced on 15 June 2020 that Singapore will enter Phase 2 of post Circuit Breaker period on 19 June 2020. In line with this, the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC), in consultation with Ministry of Health (MOH), will allow the phased resumption of first aid training and life support courses, […]
The Multi-Ministry Taskforce announced on 19 May 2020 that Singapore will exit the Circuit Breaker when it ends on 1 June 2020, and there will be a controlled approach to resume activities safely over three phrases. In line with this, the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC), in consultation with Ministry of Health (MOH), […]
The Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC) has prepared the following advisory to help bystanders who would like to render aid in an emergency, to stay safe while helping others. Bystanders who are skilled, willing and able to assist in an emergency, are encouraged to step forward to provide first aid, Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation […]
Suspension of training and audits during COVID-19 outbreak As informed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on 27th March 2020, TCs are to cease all training until further notice. TCs within healthcare institutions (public and private), SAF, SCDF and specific TCs (reviewed and approved by MOH) supporting the before mentioned, are exempted from the suspension […]
Dear all, From 27th March 2020, all SRFAC resuscitation and first aid trainings and audits will be suspended till further notice. All training centres ARE NOT ALLOWED to conduct any classes and any training centres found doing so will be subjected to disciplinary actions from SRFAC and Ministry of Health (MOH). Stay Healthy and Stay […]
In view of the COVID-19 infection in Singapore, the Government has stepped up our safeguards accordingly. SRFAC would like to advise all accredited Training Centres (TCs) to take appropriate precautionary and infection control measures to protect the health and wellbeing of their training participants and staff. Please see the official advisory (PDF): SRFAC Advisory […]