Platinum Pool Program
LSV would like to congratulate and acknowledge the following facilities who demonstrated excellence in aquatic safety and were subsequently accredited or reaccredited as Platinum Pool:
- AquaPulse, Western Leisure Services
- Collingwood Leisure Centre, Yarra Leisure
- Dandenong Oasis, YMCA Victoria
- Doug Ellis Swimming Pool, Monash University
- Fitzroy Swimming Pool, Yarra Leisure
- Melbourne City Baths, Active Melbourne
- Richmond Recreation Centre, Yarra Leisure
- Waves Leisure Centre, Kingston Active
The receipt of Platinum Pool accreditation is recognised as a sign of excellence within the Industry. For more information go to: http://lsv.com.au/platinum-pool-program/
LSV would like to thank Aflex Technology for their generous support of the Platinum Pool Program.
Let us know if you have any Everyday Lifesavers at your facility and ensure that they are properly recognised for their actions.
Everyday Lifesavers are those people whose actions save the life of another. This could include the rescue of a person with a pre-existing medical condition/injury or stopping somebody from getting themselves into a dangerous situation before they require rescuing.
We are proud to support the Everyday Lifesaver campaign within the aquatics industry and are always excited to hear how facility staff and patrons are making a real difference in the community.
Workshops / Events
Blue Connections was developed by LSV to connect the broader lifesaving community and like-minded people, brought together to connect, share and grow!
Over the next 3 months, LSV will continue hosting monthly keynote speakers, workshops and networking opportunities at our State Centre in Port Melbourne.
Enjoy the backdrop of Port Phillip Bay and the hospitality of our functions team whilst sharing insights with water safety enthusiasts from across the state.
More Information: www.lsv.com.au/blueconnections
ARV REGIONAL CONFERENCE 2019
Thu 09 May 2019 09:00 – Fri 10 May 2019 17:00
Ulumbarra Theatre – City of Bendigo, 10 Gaol Rd, Bendigo VIC 3550
The aim of the conference is to create a forum to hear the issues, understand the challenges, explore the trends and contribute to the solutions through a regional lens.
Industry Articles / Research
“The standard we accept”
An article written by Gary Johnson from July last year about how to address ‘substandard’ pool supervision within your team. Click here to view the article.