International Water Safety Day is the perfect time to check your preparedness for Water Safety, whether you are boating, swimming or exploring America’s lakes and rivers.
- Supervise Children watch them at all times and keep within arms reach. Don’t just keep an ear out or allow yourself to be distracted by smartphones and books: drowning children do not splash and shout!
- Fence Pools ensure swimming pools are fenced with a four-sided isolation fence (do not use your boundary fences) with self-closing and self-latching gates.
- Life Jackets on boats or simply near the water, such as when fishing, everyone should wear a life jacket – even strong swimmers.
- Life Guards swim on the beach where life guards are on duty, and at the pool ensure a life guard is present. At both the beach and the pool ensure your watch your children at all times, do not rely on the Life Guard alone.
- Learn CPR be prepared for an accident – even with vigilant supervision accidents can happen, and CPR is vital in saving the life of a victim of drowning. Enroll in a CPR class today and refresh your training every year. Search online now for courses in your area!
- Learn First Aid a variety of injuries can occur in and around the water – be prepared with a well-stocked First Aid Kit and enroll in a First Aid course to be ready to help at a moments notice.
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