LSV are pleased to invite you to attend the eighth annual Pool Safety Summit brought to you by Cleaning Melbourne, Waterlilly Australia/Lovibond and Commercial Aquatics Australia. The event aims to review and plan the future of public pool and aquatic safety and address industry challenges and trends.
With the updated Supervision section of the GSPO, the impending release of the new Public Health and Wellbeing Regulations 2019, Public Health and Wellbeing Guidelines and the new Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems standard (AS/NZ ISO 45001:2018) it is more important than ever that Industry representatives are able to attend the summit and gather the information needed to support safe facility management.
Expert industry speakers from across the country will present on a range of key topics in an informative and progressive format. In addition to ensuring continued adherence to Industry standards, the focus is on providing solutions to safety and compliance challenges facing the industry in 2019 and beyond. Sessions will include:
- NSW Drowning Findings (latest coronial inquest into a public pool drowning)
- Aquatic Industry Workforce Survey Findings
- 10 year drowning statistic analysis for Public Pools
- Public Health and Wellbeing Regulations 2019
- The 2018-19 Drowning report
- SwimSafe – a research driven safety campaign for vulnerable adult swimmers
- Training into the future
Program here: https://admin.axcelerate.com.au/showDoc.cfm?DocID=251075
Date: Friday 18th October 2019
Time: 8.30am – 4.00pm
Venue: Lifeguards@200, LSV State Office, 200 The Boulevard, Port Melbourne
RSVP: Bookings essential as places are limited
Bookings are essential and can be made at:
Group (+5) bookings – contact firstname.lastname@example.org and include: organisation, attendees’ full names, email addresses, dates of birth, a purchase order and any dietary requirements.
LSV would like to thank the Summit’s sponsors for their generous support of the event:
Please contact email@example.com for further details on how to get involved.