Commonwealth Drowning Prevention
Royal Life Saving Society
Drowning is one of the biggest causes of preventable death in the world today, accounting for 372,000 fatalities every year.
The Royal Life Saving Society – Commonwealth Drowning Prevention is working to eliminate drowning in the Commonwealth. With active Member Branches in 27 Commonwealth Nations, we aim to reduce the incidence of drowning around the world by developing community-based drowning prevention strategies and lifesaving education programmes, and providing advice and education to Governments, NGOs and individuals on the development of water skills.
30 November 2016
Three outstanding members of the Royal Life Saving Society were honoured by our Patron, HM The Queen, at a Buckingham Palace evening reception on October 22nd. In addition, recipients of the specially-issued HRH Prince Michael of Kent 125th anniversary Certificate of Merit were presented with their certificates by our President, HRH Prince Michael of Kent, […]Read More...
4 November 2016
To commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the foundation of the Royal Life Saving Society, Royal Life Saving Australia hosted a special Celebration in the capital, Canberra on Friday 28th October bringing together members, volunteers and supporters from across Australia. ShareRead More...
22 August 2016
The Royal Life Saving Society is delighted to announce that our Commonwealth President HRH Prince Michael of Kent has approved the nominations of 125 volunteers for a special 125th Anniversary edition of his Certificate of Merit. ShareRead More...