Save Lives. Swim Brayv.

SWIM

B  be aware…

Save a life by being more aware of your surroundings when near water. Things to know: who can swim well versus who cannot, where floatation devices are kept and the water temperature and depth. 

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R  rest…

Without rest, injury or drowning is more likely to occur. Swimming is 1) a life-saving skill,  2) a sport, 3) a fun play activity. Be sure to not overexert energy; rest when needed. 

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A – act fast…

If you see someone struggling or hurt in the water (or if a drowning has occurred), act fast to save a life. Remain calm and help them! When needed call 911 and begin performing CPR. 

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Y – you can help…

Advocating – publically standing up for water safety –  can help lower drowning statistics over time. Take the Swim B.R.A.Y.V. pledge and help us advocate.

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V – victims didn’t expect it…Prepare yourself!

Proactively prepare yourself and loved ones to be around water. Drowning can happen to anyone. Take swimming lessons, become CPR certified, and always have a water-watcher present.

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Facts

About one in five people who die from drowning are children 14 and younger.

For every child who dies from drowning, another five receive emergency department care for nonfatal submersion injuries.

From 2005-2014, there were an average of 3,536 fatal unintentional drownings (non-boating related) annually in the United States.

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