Bahrain: the ministry of health shared an update in which the Head of the Royal Institution for Rescue and Water Safety is looking to keep putting efforts to propose more initiatives in the promotion of water Safety in the country.
The founder and head of the Royal Foundation for Rescue and Water Safety, Sheikh Nila bint Hamad bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa stated that the authority would continue working towards inventing new technology and putting more effort into enhancing the preventive measurements for water safety.
As per the reports, the meeting was held yesterday, December 5th, in Manama city, Bahrain. The officials from the foundation of rescue and water safety plan to introduce new programs and initiatives to prevent a significant number of accidents and mishappenings which occur during water sports at pools and beaches.
Furthermore, the devotion of community partnership in association with other different institutions, which are related to the public and private sectors, ensures community members’ protection and safety.
The launch of the Royal Rescue and Water Safety Foundation involves a safer community partnership. It encourages the initiative to work together to raise awareness among the community members, which will result in finding appropriate solutions for the challenges in front of them.
The awareness towards water safety issues aims to empower the Bahraini community and teach them essential lifesaving skills, knowledge and drills to save people in trouble near the water bodies.
The water safety and rescue authority further pointed out that cooperation In water safety campaigns is the most crucial step towards the right approach near water.
In the end, Educational programs and opportunities to acquire lifesaving skills and qualify individuals to learn lifesaving and water safety skills can make a massive difference in the stats affected by deaths caused by water activities.
The initiative to provide proper education about water safety techniques to the Bahraini community will give them a better understanding of water safety measurements and guide how to use them when needed.