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NEWS FROM THE RNLI LIFEBOAT TEAM IN DARTMOUTH


WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU You can count on the RNLI in an emergency. But we can help you avoid getting into trouble in the first place too. Take advantage of our free safety advice.


SAFETY Heading down to the coast or out on the water is a great way to have fun and stay active. But, if you’re not careful, it’s a lot easier to get into trouble in the water than you might think. Conditions can change quickly and, if you’re not prepared, you can easily get caught out. The RNLI are sea safety experts. We’ve


collected together all our advice in one place, so you can find the information you need to make the most out of your time at the coast. Whether you’re going to the beach, exploring the coast, or venturing out onto the water, we have the sea safety advice to help you stay safe. We’ve put together a comprehensive


guide to coastal safety, so you know what dangers to look out for when you head to the coast. Thinking of going kayaking? Angling? Surfing? Our sea safety experts have created activity guides covering a whole range of water sports and hobbies, so you can prepare yourself properly for the challenges of your chosen activity. There’s even advice for your dog! For those after more detailed advice on sea safety, we’ve also created some specialist sessions that provide in-depth guidance and cover a range of safety topics If you would like to know more, con-


tact Phil Key on 07968 747156 or John Yunnie on 07768 007365


ADVICE ONBOARD Regardless of your boating experi- ence, when it comes to safety, you’ll want to keep up to date with the latest equipment and procedures. Take advantage of Advice Onboard – free, independent advice from highly trained RNLI volunteers.


Rob Everett, Assistant Dartmouth Harbour Master with the new RNLI lockers. Photo by Riki Bannister


We’ll visit you on your boat to give you practical suggestions about how to improve the safety of your boat and its equipment.


We’ll visit you on your boat to give


you practical suggestions about how to improve the safety of your boat and its equipment. We’ll work through your boat from stem to stern, giving you all the detail you need. If you have any safety-related questions, we’ll answer those too – anything from anchors to engines. You’ll even get a summary of the main points to take away with you.


LIFEJACKET CLINICS Your lifejacket may save your life one day, but only if you maintain it


properly. If your lifejacket is faulty, all you’re wearing is a dead weight. At our free lifejacket clinics, specially trained RNLI volunteers will show you how to maintain your lifejacket to keep it fully functioning. They’ll show you how to check it for wear and tear and do simple maintenance tasks like replacing gas bottles and firing heads. At one of our recent clinics, we found 80% of lifejackets had faults, and many had serious defects. Don’t wait till you’re in trouble to find out your lifejacket is not working properly. Find out where your nearest lifejacket clinic is by registering your


interest today.


SAFETY PRESENTATIONS Are you part of a water sports or yacht club? Looking for advice on safety procedures and equipment for club members? Our safety presentations are delivered by experienced and highly trained RNLI volunteers. They cover everything from man overboard equipment to calling for help.


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