Free Swim Survival Program

A grand experience is exactly what Haldimand County located in Canada, is offering to residents. Over the course of four days, the Lifesaving Society’s “Swim To Survive” program will be offered to children, youths and adults at absolutely zero cost....

Hygiene in Public Pools

A recent survey conducted by the Water Quality and Health Council in America found that every 1 out of 5 Americans admit to using the public swimming pool as their toilet. In other words, they urinate in the pools. Aside from that, another 7 out of 10 Americans...

Public Pools Offering Affordable Lessons

Where’s the best place to learn swimming? Well, it’s none other than the public pools. Why is this so? Firstly, the instructors teaching in these public pools are required to have the necessary qualifications before they can actually teach there. Secondly,...

Observing Water Safety During Holidays

Next Monday is Memorial Day in the United States, so what do most of them plan to do over the long weekends? With such favourable temperatures for swimming, a majority of them will head for the pool. However, they have to be reminded that water safety still takes...

Australians Save Drowning Asians

One of the most common form of death of children in the Asia region is none other than drowning. In fact, the drowning rate alone is more than the deaths from measles, polio, whooping cough, tetanus, diphtheria and tuberculosis combined. According to a recent report...

Water Safety Day in Napa County

The Synergy Swim Academy located in Napa County, California is a local partner of the USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a Splash initiative. The initiative is a national child-focused water safety initiative of the USA Swimming Foundation. This initiative sets to provide...