Drowning is Preventable

The Lifesaving Society designates the third week in July as National Drowning Prevention Week (NDPW) to focus community and media attention on the drowning problem and drowning prevention. NDPW provides a focus around which community Water Smart® educators can plan news releases, do television and radio interviews, and deliver public demonstrations and other events. Many successful community events are launched with a Mayor’s Proclamation of Drowning Prevention Week.
 
2018 programs and info coming soon!
 

     


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• Host an event at your pool. Purchase posters, pencils, tattoos, and Swim to Survive Day t-shirts!

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National Drowning Prevention Week is an annual public education and drowning prevention initiative of the Lifesaving Society with the goal of reducing the number of water-related fatalities and near drowning incidents through the promotion of key water safety messages.

 

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National Drowning Prevention Week