Royal Life Saving has been advocating the safe participation in aquatic activity for over 100 years.
The Swim & Survive Lifesaving Units philosophy is that anyone interested in participating in aquatic based activity in WA should first master a range of swimming and water safety skills.
Our key community aquatic education programs include:
Download a PDF version of the DRSABCD Action Plan from the lifesavingwa website.
The Royal Life Saving DRSABCD Action Plan is a vital aid in assessing whether a casualty has any life-threatening conditions and if any immediate first aid is necessary.
Remote Aboriginal communities are now benefitting 'aquatically' thanks to Department of Housing's Community Construction and Procurement and Contract Management teams who worked in partnership with the Royal Life Saving WA to develop a service agreement for the delivery of community services centred around remote swimming pools.