ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS
The Chairman of Water Safety Ireland is pleased to announce all activities can recommence from 19th September, 2020.
A number of new procedures consistent with public health advice have been put in place, to ensure our volunteers and participants get the chance to teach and learn in the safest environment possible.
There are a number of other dedicated Covid-19 resources available to you. Keep updated on all the latest information as our activities resume.
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Now every child can learn basic water safety skills in the classroom with PAWS – Primary Aquatics Water Safety!
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Together, Let’s Bring Drownings Down
Traditionally, our local authorities employ Water Safety Ireland assessed lifeguards during the bathing season at popular bathing sites nationwide. For operational reasons, and in light of the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, details for the 2020 bathing season may differ. Please contact the relevant local authority for confirmation.
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In the News
Latest news and articles from Water Safety Ireland
Water Safety Statistics
76% of the 124 drownings a year are male
24% of the 124 drownings a year are female
INLAND: RIVERS & LAKES
62% of all drownings happen inland on our rivers or lakes
Almost 1/3 of drowning victims over the last decade had consumed alcohol