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Water Safety Information – Translated

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Water safety is extremely important and LSV wants all Australians and visitors to stay safe. There are many different waterways and dangers to be aware of.

Millions of people visit at least one of Australia’s beautiful beaches every year. These famous beaches are  enjoyed by Australians and visitors from all over the world – some who come for a holiday and others who choose to make Australia home.

While Australian beaches look amazing, they hide some dangers that every visitor should know about.

CLICK HERE to visit Surf Life Saving Australia’s BeachSafe website for beach safety information in a number of languages.

Beaches are not the only waterways to be wary of. Rivers, lakes, swimming pools and water around the home can also be dangerous. CLICK HERE to see the Royal Life Saving Society of Australia’s (RLSSA’s) translated water safety factsheet organised by language.

See the quick links below for a summary of our important safety messages;

VISITING YOUR LOCAL POOL – TOP TIPS
English
Arabic

Nepali
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional
Vietnamese

BEACH SAFETY TIPS
Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Hindi, Malay

HOW TO SPOT & SURVIVE A RIP CURRENT
Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Hindi, Malay

SWIM BETWEEN THE FLAGS
Chinese
Indian
Korean & Japanese

FISHING AND BOATING SAFETY MESSAGES
English Poster
Arabic Poster
Arabic Video
Nepali Poster
Nepali Video
Chinese Poster
Chinese Video

DRSABCD (CPR) Chart
English
Arabic
Filipino
Burmese
Persian
Swahili

‘WATCH AROUND WATER’ CAMPAIGN (posters)
Watch your children around water
Arabic
Chinese
Vietnamese
Sudanese

’20 SECONDS IS ALL IT TAKES’ CAMPAIGN VIDEOS
Watch your children around water

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