Thanks Champ!

By Becoming a Water Safety Champion,
You Just Saved Lives!

Thanks Champ!

By Becoming a Water Safety Champion,
You Just Saved Lives!

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Start Spreading the Word on Water Safety!

Share this information with your friends, family, and neighbors! You might just win an iPad Mini! See below for the Rules and Conditions for your chance to win. Follow NDPA and Water Safety Champion on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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Contest Rules and Conditions

Rules:

  1. PRINT out your Official Water Safety Champion Certificate!
  2. POST a picture or video on your social media page(s) of you with your certificate and USE THE HASHTAG #watersafetychamp and tag @drownalliance

OR

  1. SHARE one of the Water Safety Champion graphics on your social media page(s)
  2. POST the graphic and USE THE HASHTAG #watersafetychamp and tag @drownalliance

Conditions:

  • You must use the hashtag and tag @drownalliance for your entry to count.
  • Each photo post is one entry.
  • Each video post is two entries.
  • All entries submitted by end of the day on July 31, 2022 will be eligible.

We will announce the winner on Monday, August 8th!

Know the Layers of Protection

Do Your Part To Prevent the Tragedy of Drowning by Implementing These Layers of Protection.

Barriers

Barriers
Four-sided fencing with self-closing self-latching gates, door and window alarms, and safety covers can help make sure kids don't get to the water unsupervised.

Supervision

Supervision
Close, constant, and capable adult supervision anytime children are in or around water. Swimming where lifeguards are present is also recommended.

Water Competency

Water Competency
Every child and adult should be equipped with the skills to protect themselves in water.

Life Jackets

Life Jackets
Use life jackets when appropriate. Life Jackets protect you when you're not expecting to be in the water, especially around open water and while boating. All life jackets should be tested and approved by the USCG.

Emergency Preparation

Emergency Preparation
Drowning is silent and happens fast. Knowing CPR (w/ rescue breaths) and basic water rescue can make the difference between life and death.

Layers Work Together

Layers of Protection
Using all layers together is the only way to reduce the risk of drowning. You never know which layer will save a life.

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