Industry Updates

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.

  • Casey ARC
  • Casey RACE
  • Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre
  • Don Tatnell
  • Aquamoves Shepparton

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.

Everyday Lifesavers

Let us know if you have any Everyday Lifesavers in your networks or facilities that you work at 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.

http://lsv.com.au/lsv-everyday-lifesavers/

Workshops / Events

POOL SAFETY SUMMIT

Location: LSV State Office, 200 The Boulevard, Port Melbourne
Date: Friday 18th October, 8.30am – 4.00pm
Cost: $80

LSV are pleased to invite you to join us for the eighth annual Pool Safety Summit. The summit aims to review and plan the future of aquatic safety and address current industry challenges. The focus is on providing solutions to safety and compliance challenges facing the industry in 2019 and beyond.

AQUATICS AND RECREATION VICTORIA INDUSTRY CONFERENCE

Location: Pullman on the Park
Date: Thursday 19th September- Friday 20th September 2019
Cost: $595 (non member) or $435 (member)

More Information: https://www.aquaticsandrecreation.org.au/events/

BLUE CONNECTIONS

Over the next 12 months, LSV will be hosting a series of 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.

Cultivate a mindset that stands up in moments that matter.

Session Seven: Growth Mindset

Keynote Speaker: Daniel Dymond – Performance Psychologist

Date: Wednesday 2nd October 2019 @ 6.30pm (for 7pm start), LSV State Centre
Download Flyer HERE

Become confident that you have what it takes to mentally enable your skills to shine through. Let go of struggling to perform and learn to thrive in the moments that matter. Commit to cultivating a mind that will help you in emotionally charged moments.

Join us and hear from one of Australia’s most progressive performance psychologists, Daniel Dymond as he navigates us through the importance of growth mindset, sharing insights and offering strategies, to ‘Perform at Your Best in High Stakes Environments.

Session Registration: REGISTER HERE

Single Session $25 per registration (free LSV staff)

Complimentary Beveridge and light refreshments will be provided on arrival!

More Information: www.lsv.com.au/blueconnections

Industry Research

The SwimSafe trial has finished at Ascot Vale Leisure Centre, Eltham Leisure Centre, Kew Recreation Centre and Collingwood Leisure Centre and is currently being evaluated formally by researchers for its effectiveness at engaging with at-risk swimmers including: those with pre-existing medical conditions, people with disabilities, at-risk CALD community and / or older Australians who are entering aquatic environments for the first time as part of their health routine.

Preliminary findings are showing very positive results. It is also intended that SwimSafe will assist facility owners / operators in satisfying key elements of the new GSPO Supervision Guidelines (SV4, SV6, SV7, SV15, SV16 and SV17).

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