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Member Updates

Update from RLSS Cameroon Branch

Justin Bakinga, National President RLSS Cameroon Branch, was among the honoured guests receiving a certificate of thanks from Prince Michael of Kent and was privileged to be presented to HM the Queen during the special ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London, on 22nd November to mark the 125th anniversary of the…
Ryan Coleman
6th December 2016
Press Releases

CEOs Invited to Speak at the Launch of CISTA Beijing

In November, STA was honoured to be invited to Beijing to celebrate the launch of the China International Swimming Teachers' Association (CISTA). STA CEO Dave Candler and IFSTA CEO Garry Seghers were also invited to speak at the launch ceremony, which was attended by representatives from Government, dignitaries from the…
Ryan Coleman
18th November 2016
Member Updates

Clean Sweep for Clare at Surf Rescue National Championship

In a weather-battered finale on Saturday 24th September 2016, Ireland's top lifesaving athletes competed for the final event in the Irish Water Safety Sport series that saw Co. Clare retain their dominant position as National champions and capping their best season ever. Meanwhile, host county Waterford took over from Cork…
Ryan Coleman
3rd October 2016
Member Updates

Update from RLSS Cameroon

By Justin Bakinga, RLSS Cameroon President I have the honour and the pleasure to advise you that the Royal Life Saving Society Cameroon Branch (RLSS Cameroon Branch) is gaining more recognition as the from local governmental authorities as we are working hard to expand our drowning prevention, water safety education,…
Ryan Coleman
12th August 2015
Advice

Public at Risk This Bank Holiday Weekend Due to Full Moon

On Friday there will be a full moon and and consequent spring tides which will leave the public exposed to stranding around our coastline and strong rip currents this weekend. August is the most popular month for outdoor swimming and aquatic activities prompting Irish Water Safety's appeal to swim at…
Ryan Coleman
29th July 2015
Advice

Beware of High Tides Caused by the Full Moon

The warm weather has brought many people out to enjoy the seaside and coastal walks, however the CEO of Irish Water Safety, John Leech is warning the public that there is a full moon tomorrow 2nd of July which is causing high spring tides which poses a higher risk of…
Ryan Coleman
1st July 2015