World Drowning Prevention Day

July 25, 2023

Working around water involves extra risks including increased likelihood of slipping or overbalancing and the risk of drowning. Therefore, extra caution and awareness of surroundings and any changing conditions are essential, together with the correct PPE, lifejacket, and risk assessment in place.

Our experienced and highly qualified survey teams undertake a wide range of watercourse, river, lake, and coastal survey solutions to provide land and hydrographic survey data.

We support the World Health Organization on raising awareness on drowning as a public health issue, reminding people that anyone can drown, but no one should. Drowning is one of the leading causes of death globally for children and young people aged 1-24 years. Every year, an estimated 236,000 people drown.

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