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Royal Life Saving research shows that 86 people drowned in Australia over the 2020/21 summer period. Of those people who drowned, one-third were known to be from multicultural backgrounds, the majority adult men. People drowned in all environments, including beaches, rivers, lakes, swimming pools and rocks.
Royal Life Saving Society Australia have created culturally relevant resources to assist with communicating to all community groups. The resources aim to raise awareness and knowledge of keeping families and communities more broadly, safer when relaxing, socialising and doing activities in and around the water.
There are flyers available outlining information on "visiting your local swimming pool". These flyers are available in English, Arabic, Nepali, Chinese and Vietnamese.
The flyers provide information for customers on what they should wear to the pool and supervision guidelines. These flyers would be useful for aquatic venues to distribute to customers.
For access to the flyers or for more information visit: Resources by Language | Royal Life Saving