Restricting a child’s access to water can be done by placing a barrier between the child and the water. This can be done by either placing a barrier around the water OR by placing a barrier around the child.
Restricting access when combined with the other Keep Watch actions of Supervise, Water Awareness and Resuscitate are highly effective in preventing child drowning.
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In Partnership with the Royal Life Saving - Keep Watch Program
Keep Watch aims to prevent drowning deaths of children under five years of age in all aquatic locations. For over 15 years Keep Watch has been educating Australian parents and carers on how to keep their children safe when in, on or around the water. For further information regarding the Keep Watch program simply click here.
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