“He Who Saves A Single Life, Is Said To Have Saved The Entire World”
~ Tractate Sanhedrin
Lifesaving Resources provides Aquatics Safety, Water Rescue and Ice Rescue training programs and consulting services for the Public Safety and Rescue Sector, the Lifeguard and Aquatic Recreation Sector, and the General Public.
~ Tractate Sanhedrin
Lifesaving Resources and Gerry Dworkin are excited to bring back our summer webinar series for 2023! These fast-paced live courses will help keep you and your teams prepared all summer long.
This course focuses on the Prevention, Recognition, and Management of drowning and aquatic injuries with a focus on open water, in addition to swimming pools and water parks.
Designed for lifeguards, lifeguard instructors/supervisors and aquatic facility operators/managers, this course is a mid-season refresher on the importance of staying vigilant as well as incident prevention, recognition and response.
To prevent and/or reduce the number of drownings and aquatic injuries through the education and training of Public Safety & Rescue Professionals; Lifeguard & Aquatic Recreation Professionals; and the General Public.
Lifesaving Resources sponsors and conducts annual 4-day Instructor Academies for the purpose of training Water Rescue and Ice Rescue Instructors for Public Safety and Rescue agencies from throughout North America. Upon successful completion of an Academy, graduates are authorized as either Water Rescue or Ice Rescue instructors to conduct courses and certify their personnel at the Awareness, Operations and/or Technician level on behalf of their respective agencies.
These courses meet/exceed NFPA 1670 and NFPA 1006, and certification is valid for 5 years from the course completion date.
Customized Academies can be conducted at the request of Fire, Rescue, EMS, and/or Law Enforcement agencies. Customized Academies require 4 days of instruction and are dependent upon availability of local lodging, facilities, and faculty, with a minimum enrollment of 6 instructor candidates.
Lifesaving Resources warns of the risk of cold water…. Cold water is considered any temperature below 70 degrees F. The ocean water temperature in Maine is currently 47 degrees F. Regardless
Developing a risk-management program to prevent accidents in aquatic facilities Article originally published in Parks & Rec Business magazine, April 2023. Drowning is a significant health concern
All ponds in and around residential communities should be required to be fenced in order to prevent unauthorized access, especially by young children. Regardless of whether or not state/county/city l
The Power of Water should never be underestimated –
its beauty, strength or force.
Life cannot exist without water –
it empowers us and commands respect.
Be ready for it!
by Donna J. Dworkin
Currently authorized Lifesaving Resources Ice and Water Rescue Instructors have direct access to course instructional materials, administrative forms, etc. within the Instructor Portal. Click below to access the portal using your assigned password. Please contact Gerry Dworkin at Lifesaving Resources for that password and e-mail [email protected] to receive the latest PowerPoint.