Our world is changing at an exponential pace.
Today, cars can park themselves, homes can generate pollution-free electricity and we can get severe weather alerts delivered to our phones. And soon, nanobots could cure cancer, your watch could be diagnosing illnesses, and we might even colonize other planets to keep our species safe.
All of these changes have the power to save lives. But have we innovated enough in aquatic safety?
Join us as we challenge the aquatic safety status quo.
Our State of Aquatics 2014 webinar is a mid-summer check-in to review drowning incidents and trends, to provide best practice solutions, and to refocus on aquatic safety for the remainder of the summer. The goal is to empower all staff, not just lifeguards, and commit to creating a safe aquatics environment.
We hosted our annual aquatic safety webinar to report on trends and best practices in aquatic safety. We hold this webinar annually before the 4th of July to help spread the most recent information in the middle of the Summer.
On June 28, 2012 we hosted an aquatic safety webinar. We invited our customers to attend this conversation because we had already seen two severe aquatic incidents within the first three weeks of the summer. We wanted to get a message out quickly, to help protect kids for the rest of the summer. The webinar presented our protocol to protect non-swimmers: Test. Mark. Protect.
Whether you have a pool, a lake, a river or all three, aquatic safety is a concern. In this webinar, learn what layers of protection you can create to keep everyone safe in your aquatics areas