2019 Newfoundland and Labrador Drowning Report
2019 Canadian Drowning Report
Seniors age 65 and older have the highest drowning rate of all
age groups according to the Lifesaving Society's 2019 Canadian
Drowning Report. Despite the long-term downward trend, high
numbers of preventable drowning deaths continue to occur: 2,220
people lost their lives in Canadian waters between 2012 and 2016,
the most recent year for which complete data is available. Learn
Updated Program Guide
The updated 2018 edition of the Newfoundland and Labrador
Program Guide makes it easier than ever to quickly find
the information required to deliver Lifesaving Society training
programs - including the Society's revised leadership courses. The
ever-popular Prerequisites-at-a-glance is still located on
the inside back cover. The Guide is an essential component
of every aquatic programmer's reference library.
View it online or purchase hard copies from the
New Leadership Master Sheet
The new leadership system has a new Leadership Master Sheet.
Please use this new Leadership Master Sheet on all new leadership
courses you teach. The new Leadership Master Sheet can also be
found in Find a Form along with the "old" Aquatic Master Sheet
which will be retired on December 31, 2018.
The Lifesaving Society's online store is open for business. Enjoy
the convenience of 24/7 shopping. It's all here - from first aid
and pool supplies to everything required for lifesaving courses and
training. Visit LifeguardDepot.com now!