Happy Labour Day!

On 1st of May, lets’ us all celebrate Labour Day by honouring our frontline and essential workers and everyone who had contributed in making Singapore a safe home despite hard times.

Together, we can!
Stay Safe and Healthy!



The DARE Team

Off-duty officer saved child’s life by performing CPR.

On 27th February 2021, as SGT Al Asyraf Bin Azman was at a swimming pool of a hotel, he witnessed a child unresponsive in the water. Immediately,  he swift into action and brought the child out of the pool. Upon realising that the child was unresponsive, he quickly performed CPR on the child together with the child’s father. Soon after, the child managed to regain consciousness before medical help arrived.

Thank you SGT Al Asyraf Bin Azman for saving a heart.

To learn more i about CPR and AED, come and join us in our DARE virtual classes! For more information about the classes and timings, you can download our free DARE- LEARN CPR app now! #daretosaveaheart

Source : Singapore Civil Defence Force

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Wishing everyone and blessed Good Friday and Easter!

Wishing all our Christian friends a blessed Good Friday and have a safe holidays for all! #daretosaveaheart


From the DARE Team

To save (a female victim) or not to save?

Studies in the US have shown that women who suffer a cardiac arrest in public were less likely to receive CPR as compared to me, hence reducing the survival rates for women. The main concern is the fear of being sued for sexual harassment which resulted in the responders being hesitant to help the female victim with chest compressions.

However, if we do not step up doing CPR or help the patient, the chances of survival will decrease over time without the CPR intervention. So step up and DARE to save a heart.

Remember when you dial 995, the 995 specialist is always on the line to assist you until the ambulance arrives.

For more information about CPR and the use of AED, come join us in our new virtual DARE session! You can sign up for a free session via our DARE – LEARN CPR app now. #daretosaveaheart

Source: 8视界新闻新加坡 8world News

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Good job to the off-duty nurse who performed CPR on a collapsed man on the road.

Upon witnessing a collapse of the man on the road, Ran Jie, who is a nurse, quickly rushed to the aid of the man and performed CPR. Thanks to their efforts, the man survived and is in stable condition.

Thank you for stepping up to help a save a heart!

For more information as well as new virtual DARE online classes, download our free DARE- LEARN now. #daretosaveaheart.

Source: South China Morning Post

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3 first-aid trained students used their knowledge to help injured casualties from an accident.

As Tan Ler Xen and her friends, Lee Jill and Teo Jing Jing Zoe were on their way home from school, they heard a loud bang, and saw an accident occurred nearby. Ler Xen quickly ran to the nearby MRT station and got a first-aid kit. The 3 students being trained in first aid, worked together to provide first aid to the victims until medical help arrived.

Thank you Tan Ler Xen, Lee Jill, and Teo Jing Jing Zoe for stepping up to help save a life.

For more information as well as new virtual DARE online classes, download our free DARE- LEARN now. #daretosaveaheart

Source : The New Paper

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DARE Online Classes for March are Out!

Ever wondered where to learn more about CPR and AED? Look no further! Join us in our first virtual training which will be held on every Tuesday and Thursday! What are you waiting for? Registrations are now open via our DARE – Learn CPR app! Sign up today! Limited seats are available.

For an organization or group with more than 10 participants who wish to organise an online DARE class, simply click this link and we will get in touch with you.

For more information, download our free DARE- LEARN CPR app now! #daretosaveaheart

SCDF-Grab joint partnership to equipped 50 private-hire vehicles with AEDs

Started in 2015, the “AED-on-Wheels” programme is an ongoing effort by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) to have more trained first responders on the roads.

On 28th January 2021, Grab came on board and will equip 50 Grab vehicles with fire extinguishers, first aid kits, and Automated external defibrillators (AEDs). To date, more than 60 Grab drivers have been trained by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) on how to perform CPR, basic first aid skills, and the use of fire extinguishers and the AED. When cardiac arrests are being reported and the drivers are within a 1.5km radius of the location, the drivers will be alerted via the SCDF’s myResponder app to respond to the cases and perform CPR and use the AED before medical help arrives. Thank you Grab for being on board to help save a life!

For more information as well as new e-learning resources about CPR and AED, download our free DARE- LEARN now. #daretosaveaheart.

Source: The Straits Times

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Rescue worker saved a baby elephant’s life using CPR

While off duty, Thailand’s Mana Srivate who has been a rescue worker for 26 years, administered CPR and successfully revived a baby elephant which was hit by a motorcycle.

Great job and kudos to Mr Mana Srivate for stepping forward to save the baby elephant’s life!

You can also save a life! Start learning how to perform CPR & use the AED!

For more information and new e-learning resources about CPR and AED, download our free DARE- LEARN app today. #daretosaveaheart

Source: CNA and Reuters/ta

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Thank you for your constant support over the years. The DARE team would like to wish you and your loved ones a merry and jolly Christmas and a happy new year!! Stay safe, be safe and remember to #daretosaveaheart ❤