17 September 2022
Time 2.30pm – 5.30pm
Location 2 Kung Chong Road, AA Centre, Level 5

In Singapore, road accidents are becoming more common. The Traffic Police have reported that more people are getting hurt in traffic accidents in 2021 as compared to 2020. In recent months, news of vehicle fires has also made headlines in Singapore. It is therefore imperative that more drivers on the road should know how to quickly react to urgent situations such as vehicle fires and road accident injuries, and to remember to give way to emergency vehicles, so as to not delay crucial response time and possibly saving lives.

The AA Emergency Preparedness on the Road event aims to help educate drivers on key safety topics such as the appropriate actions that drivers can take during emergency situations that they encounter on the road like e.g. handling vehicle fires, the importance of giving way to emergency vehicles as well as providing drivers with vehicle maintenance tips on how to reduce the risk of fire.

Through the half-day event, drivers will be equipped with the knowledge of core lifesaving skills and essential emergency procedures with practical hands-on opportunities conducted by the instructors.

To find out more, sign up now to join us at the AA Emergency Preparedness on the Road event at AA Centre.

*This event will be organised in-person.
*Participants attending the physical event must be fully vaccinated and wear masks at all times before entering the venue.

Sign up now: https://forms.gle/S2eBkvpr5GZRMyfW6

Time

Programme Highlights

2.30pm

Arrival of GOH

2.35pm

Welcome Address by Mr Bernard Tay, President of AA Singapore and Chairman of Singapore Road Safety Council

2.45pm

Opening Address by A/Prof Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Minister of State for Home Affairs & Ministry of National Development

2.55pm

Presentation by SCDF on ‘Vehicle Fire’, ‘Importance of Give Way to Emergency Vehicles’ & ‘Community Emergency Preparedness Programme’

3.30pm

Break

4.00pm

Presentation by SCDF on Emergency Vehicles’ & ‘Community Emergency Preparedness Programme’

4.45pm

Presentation by AA-BCC on ‘Vehicle Maintenance to reduce risk of fires’

5.00pm

Presentation by TP on ‘Give Way to Emergency Vehicles & Demerit Points’

5.20pm

Closing remark

5.25pm

Token of appreciation to speakers

5.30pm

End of programme