International Projects (Includes Partners)
Royal Life Saving Society - Australia is currently working with The Alliance for Safe Children (TASC) and the Centre for Injury Prevention Research Bangladesh (CIPRB) to develop and implement drowning prevention strategies throughout rural and remote areas of Asia.
Part of that process has been the establishment of the International Drowning Research Centre - Bangladesh (IDRCB) – a facility specifically created to research the issue of drowning, and to develop and evaluate culturally sensitive and feasible drowning prevention strategies.
In 2011 Royal Life Saving, in conjunction with TASC and with the assistance of AusAID, hosted the International Life Saving World Conference on Drowning Prevention, and chose to do so in Danang, Vietnam – an area central to the child drowning epidemic. In doing so, Royal Life Saving brought international attention to the issue of child drowning in LMICs while engaging with over 400 of the world’s leading drowning prevention researchers, policy makers and practitioners.
Royal Life Saving has partnered with SwimSafe in Thailand, Danang (Vietnam), and Bangladesh to provide swimming and water safety lessons to thousands of children.
- Keep Watch
- Keep Watch Home Pool Safety
- Swim and Survive
State and Territory Activities
- ACT Primary Schools Program
- ACT Ministers Swim and Survive Certificate
- ACT Junior Lifeguard Club
- ACT Swim for Life Program
- ACT Ngadyung Program
- ACT First Aid @ Home
- NT Water Safety Strategy 2012-2016
- NT Sunday Lifesaving Program
- NT Sunday Infant Aquatics
- NT Water Safety Awareness Program
- NT VACSWIM Program
- TAS AQUAVATE Conference
- Respect the River
- Don't Let Your Mates Drink and Drown
- The Talk - For Over 55s
- Make It Safe - Portable Pool Safety
- Changed Swimming Pool Laws - Be Pool Safe
- Sinkers #DontDrinkAndSink
- Bronze Medallion
- Grey Medallion
- Community Development