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  • RLSS-A Annual Report
    Royal Life Saving Australia released its annual report today (23/10/2021) at the National AGM which was held via teleconference. The reports detail’s the successes of Royal Life Saving throughout Australia, and the state and territory members (branches). Download your copy at the link below.
  • Updated Guidelines for managing the risk of COVID-19 in Aquatic Facilities
    Ahead of the industry’s first ‘living with covid’ summer, the National Aquatic Industry Committee (NAIC) has endorsed updated guidelines on managing the risk of COVID-19 in aquatic facilities and swim schools. THE UPDATED GUIDELINES COME INTO EFFECT ON 15/11/2021. Throughout 2020-2021, the NAIC has met frequently to apply extensions to pool lifeguard, swim teacher and […]
  • Lifeguard Roles
    We are presently looking for: Casual Lifeguards (at Gumdale and Redcliffe) Learn to Swim Instructors (Casual – at Gumdale and Burpengary) We are looking for casual Lifeguards for our facility at Gumdale and Redcliffe. We can provide training for suitable applicants. Applicants must be available to work over December and January (including Public Holidays). With […]
  • Call for Nominations
    Royal Life Saving Australia (RLSSA), is calling for nominations from professional people, to become a volunteer (unpaid) advisor to RLSSA in the following roles: National Sport Advisor National Medical Advisor National Education and Training Advisor The duty statement and nomination forms are able to be downloaded at the links above. These roles provide advice and […]
  • Spring Newsletter
    Royal Life Saving Queensland releases its spring newsletter. Please download our newsletter to read about the Airlie Beach Lifeguard Club, Volunteering Opportunities, the Australian Lifesaving Team, HM The Queens conference call, our projects update, and upcoming activities.
  • Annual Report
    Royal Life Saving releases it’s annual report for the financial year (June 2021). The society continued to provide increased services to the Queensland community, with significantly increased activity in community programs, training and other activity. Society President, Mr Les Mole said “I can only pass on a very sincere ‘thank you’, because without the proactiveness […]