Members of the public can now find out what is being done to tackle drowning prevention through the National Water Safety Forum’s updated website.
The group has relaunched its website to make it more user-friendly and accessible for members of the public, to help them address better understand water risks and what’s being done to tackle drowning, and to help them address water safety issues such as education, policy and suicide prevention.
The redesigned website is now responsive, meaning it can be accessed from and viewed across the full range of devices, and is easier to navigate for the user. It is also now more accessible for those with visual impairments.
The National Water Safety Forum is a voluntary association of organisations that have a wide variety of interests and responsibilities for water safety including sports governing bodies, rescue services, regulators, navigation and harbour authorities, local government, utilities, and other representative groups. The forum is hosted by RoSPA, which provides technical and administrative support.