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SECURITY INDUSTRY CONFERENCE 2014
ROLE OF SECURITY OFFICERS
IN FIRE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
Presented by:
MAJ Azmi Adam
Assistant Director
Central Enforcement Department, Singapore Civil Defence Force
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SCOPE
Introduction – Fire Statistics
Lesson Learnt from recent fire
Guidelines for Security Personnel to
Handle Fire Incidents in High-Rise
Buildings
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INTRODUCTION
No of Fire Incidents
8,000
6705
7,000
6,000
5,000
4,000
5,830
5850
5508
5,091
5,095
6047
5039
4,943
5280
4,796
4,973
4916
4540
5236
4,702
4600
4470
4485
4136
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
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INTRODUCTION
Type of Premises
Absolute
Change
%
Change
-232
↓ 7.3%
2012
3184
2013
2952
Non-Residential Premises
(Commercial, Industrial,
Social & Communal)
582
533
-49
↓ 8.4%
Non-Building (e.g.
vegetation, rubbish in open
space, vehicle fires)
Total Number of Fires
719
651
-68
↓ 9.5%
4485
4136
-349
↓ 7.8%
Residential Premises
(Public & Private)
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TRENDS OF FIRE INJURIES
600
500
7
3rd Degree Burns
2nd Degree Burns
400
100
1st Degree Burns
Smoke Inhalation
139
300
2
200
2
100
24
53
60
38
32
3
38
54
106
233
67
0
2011
2012
2013
Total
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70
NO OF FIRE INJURIES (JAN-JUN 2014)
60
3
1
50
Others (Cuts,sprained etc)
40
3rd Degree Burns
2nd Degree Burns
30
23
1st Degree Burns
Smoke Inhalation
0
20
0
3
1
10
0
1
6
0
0
Jan-14
1
1
0
0
7
4
0
1
1
2
2
2
5
Feb-14
Mar-14
Apr-14
May-14
1
3
6
21
9
Jun-14
Total
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No of Fire Fatalities – 10 Year Trend
Year
Total Deaths
Total Population of Singapore
Fire Fatality per 100K
2014
2
5399200
0.04
2013
4
5399200
0.07
2012
1
5312400
0.02
2011
4
5183700
0.08
2010
0
5076700
0
2009
0
4987600
0
2008
0
4839400
0.09
2007
4
4588600
0.07
2006
3
4401400
0.02
2005
1
4265800
0.17
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Marina Bay District
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Fire Fighting
Operations
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Guidelines
for Security Personnel to
Handle Fire Incidents in
High-Rise Buildings
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What happen when a fire is detected in the building?
Fire Scenario
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Fire Detectors
Control & Indicating
Equipment
Fire Alarm Device
Alarm Monitoring
Fire Service
Station
SignallingTransmitter
Fire Alarm Signal
Manual Call Points
Fault Signal
DECAMS
FIRE
Control for Automatic
Fire Protection Equipment
Power Supply Equipment
Automatic
Fire Protection
Equipment
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Continued......
Fire
Control & Indicating
Equipment
Fire Alarm Device
Alarm Monitoring
Fire Service
Station
SignallingTransmitter
Fire Alarm Signal
Fault Signal
DECAMS
Identify location
and investigate the
cause of the Alarm
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Guidelines
for Security
Personnel to Handle
Fire Incidents in
High-Rise Buildings
Singapore Civil Defence Force’s Guidelines
for Security Personnel to Handle Fire Incidents in High-Rise Buildings:
31 storey
(1) The security team shall handle fire
alarm activation in pairs according to
organisational procedures
29 storey
Lets work
in pair
buddy!
Ok..lah.
1 storey
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Guidelines
for Security
Personnel to Handle
Fire Incidents in
High-Rise Buildings
31 storey
29 storey
(2) Upon hearing the fire alarm, security
officers shall ascertain the location of the fire
from the main fire alarm panel and use the fire
lift to go to two storeys below the “fire” floor
and proceed cautiously to the “fire” floor via
staircase to verify the fire incident.
28 storey
FCC
1 storey
It’s at the
30th storey.
Let’s go
buddy!
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Guidelines
for Security
Personnel to Handle
Fire Incidents in
High-Rise Buildings
31 storey
29 storey
1 storey
(3) The Security officer shall then bring the
fire lift down to the 1st storey and await the
arrival of the Singapore Civil Defence Force. He
is to provide relevant details on location, type
of fire and possible hazards within the building
and especially the fire floor to SCDF upon
arrival.
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Guidelines
for Security
Personnel to Handle
Fire Incidents in
High-Rise Buildings
(4)
31 storey
29 storey
1 storey
The Security officer shall not
reactivate any of the lifts that have been
‘homed’ by the activation of the fire
alarm until at such time that the
incident has been investigated and
mitigated.
Lets
Bypass
the lifts
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Guidelines
for Security
Personnel to Handle
Fire Incidents in
High-Rise Buildings
31 storey
29 storey
1 storey
Basement 1
Basement 2
(5) If the location of the fire is indicated to
be at the basement, the Security officer shall
not proceed to fire floor. He shall check CCTV,
if available, to verify the fire incident.
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Guidelines
for Security
Personnel to Handle
Fire Incidents in
High-Rise Buildings
(6)
In the event of small
fire, security personnel
shall attempt to extinguish
or control the fire without
taking undue risk, before
the arrival of the Singapore
Civil Defence Force.
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Guidelines
for Security
Personnel to Handle
Fire Incidents in
High-Rise Buildings
(7) In the event of a fire that
has gone out of control, the
security officer shall not
attempt to extinguish the fire.
He shall proceed to initiate the
relevant evacuation
procedures

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