Achieving zero fatalities in SAF training


Commanders and soldiers are reminded to look out for signs and symptoms of heat injury during training.
Commanders and soldiers are reminded to look out for signs and symptoms of heat injury during training.PHOTO: ST FILE

The SAF thanks Mr Loong Chik Tong, Mr Tan Teck Leng and Mr Kuan Kok Oon for their letters (SAF must aim for zero fatality; Use wearable tech to safeguard NSFs from heatstroke and Protect whistle-blowers to find out what happened in NSF's death; all on May 3).

The SAF recognises and accepts the responsibility of ensuring the safety of each precious son that is entrusted to us during his national service.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 04, 2018, with the headline 'Achieving zero fatalities in SAF training'. Print Edition | Subscribe