GreatLakesWaterSafety

Making Waves & Working Together to End Drowning in the Great Lakes

The Great Lakes Water Safety Consortium (GLWSC) is a “community of BEST practice" bringing together first responders, community leaders, park rangers, research scientists, lifeguards, meteorologists, survivors, loved ones, and other water safety advocates.

Our mission is to connect all groups and individuals interested in water safety to maximize our collective knowledge, resources, and actions to END DROWNING IN THE GREAT LAKES.

MEDIA ADVISORY: New Great Lakes Water Safety Consortium Aims to End Drowning in the Great Lakes

MEDIA ADVISORY: New Great Lakes Water Safety Consortium Aims to End Drowning in the Great Lakes

 

Ann Arbor, Mich – In an effort to connect all groups and individuals interested in water safety, the Great Lakes Water Safety Consortium has been created.

Membership includes the National Weather Service, Sea Grant institutes from the Great Lakes states, the U.S. Coast Guard, Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project, and many more regional and local groups, task forces, and community members

By working together, the group aims to accelerate their individual progress toward a common goal of ending drowning in the Great Lakes.

 

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