Principles of Simple Rescue

The dangers linked with attempts to rescue people who are in danger of drowning are well know. Yet in many situations even non-swimmers can use simple methods to achieve a rescue with little or no risk to themselves.
Simple rescue techniques are both effective and do not expose the rescuer to unnecessary danger. Consequently such methods should always be used by even the most expert lifesaver.

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Open Water Hazards: Surf – Lateral Currents

The open water can be a fun and enjoyable place to spend time, but the surf brings hazards that can put you and your loved ones in danger. To stay safe on, in, or near water it is important to familiarise yourself with lateral currents.

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