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21 July 2022

Blacktown Key Venues secures Aquatic Safety Partnership

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Blacktown Keys Venues are the latest organisation to take up the benefits of the newly created Royal Life Saving Aquatic Safety Partnership.

One of the largest and most diverse populations in Greater Sydney, Blacktown City Council will see its 5 venues adopt the highest Aquatic Safety Standards for:

  • Blacktown Aquatic Centre

  • Blacktown Leisure Centre Stanhope

  • Charles Lowes Leisure Centre Emerton

  • Mount Druitt Swimming Centre

  • Riverstone Swimming Centre

The aquatic safety partnership will deliver a range of services including safety assessments across all venues as well as:

  • Keep Watch program

  • Pool lifeguard updates

  • In-service training for their staff

“Blacktown Key Venues are pleased to announce our formal partnership agreement with the Royal Life Saving NSW as ‘Aquatic Safety Partners’.

We [at Blacktown Key Venues] recognise a need to ensure we lead efforts to exceed industry best practice by educating and developing staff and our community on water safety awareness across our Aquatic & Leisure venues.

We look forward to working closely with Royal Life Saving NSW to support our overall goals in ensuring we help reduce drowning and increase water safety awareness and lifesaving skills within our community” said Jonathan Jamsek - Chief Operations Manager, Blacktown Venue Management Ltd

Facilities interested in becoming an Aquatic Safety Partner are offered the benefit of prebooking their training and services for the year with Royal Life Saving and receiving a discount by packaging up these services.

For any partnership inquiries, or to find out more information, please contact RLS Industry Engagement Manager, Louise Magee | louisemagee@royalnsw.com.au

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