Safety and saving lives is our number 1 priority. We are your first stop for all your Lifeguarding requirements. We specialise in both corporate business, leisure and private Lifeguard hire.
All our Lifeguards carry as a minimum the RLSS NPLQ or STA-PL qualifications and are first aid trained. The majority of our Lifeguards have AED (Automated External Defibrillator) training.
We have recently become a Water Safety Partner of the RLSS as we share a vision of keeping people safe around water and improving water safety.
Visit our Gallery tab to view photos of some of our clients that rely on our services day in and day out.
For complete peace of mind, we carry a £5,000,000 Public Liability insurance, and £5,000,000 Employers Liability Insurance. We can also arrange DBS clearance if required. To comply with government guidelines for HSE, Lifeguard companies protecting the public, should have this insurance in place (not all do).
Who we are
We are extremely focused people who want to make a difference. We bring together a enthusiasm for change, a desire to promote the importance of pool safety and a passion for working with our clients to provide the best service possible.
What we do
Here at Loan A Lifeguard we offer fully qualified lifeguards for both business and private hire. We pride ourselves on working closely with our clients to tailor our services to suit their exact requirements.
Why we do what we do
We do what we do because we care about saving lives.
There is nothing more precious than a human life and especially a child’s life.
Drowning is the 2nd leading cause of death in children aged 1-9 years old.
Drowning is the 3rd leading cause of death in children aged 10-17 years old.
50% of these drownings occur in private pools.
This is unacceptable to us, especially when it is something so preventable.
Please make the sensible decision and contact us today.
We are passionate about saving lives! Please take the time to test your knowledge with our quiz (answer at bottom of page – no cheating) and watch these short videos…
To understand why it is so important to think about safety when in or around the water, one need only look at drowning statistics. Even with swimming and safety classes available in many countries, large numbers of people still drown every year. The best scientific evidence available has taught us that \"X\" people around the world die by drowning every year, From that more than 50 percent are children. There are perhaps eight to ten times that many who experience a drowning process but who reach safety alone or are rescued by their peers, by others or by lifesavers/lifeguards.
Our Lifeguard Training Programme is in association with RLSS and Swim UK.
Please visit our “NPLQ Training & Employment Page” for further information
Duncan Goodhew & Sharon Davis showing how easy it is to drown when exposed to Cold Water
Professor Michael Tipton demonstrates the effects of 10 degrees water on the human body with Olympic Swimmers Duncan Goodhew and Sharon Davis. More information on this subject can be found in Golden en Tipton’s reader “Essentials of Sea Survival”, Human Kinetics 2002
Leisure/School Centre Managers:
Call us now, or email, for a no obligation quote. We guarantee to cut your annual costs on resources. We will send you free our calculator, which automatically works out how much your Lifeguards are costing you over the course of a year. You will be surprised how much you will save with us.
Operates one of the largest programmes of Swimming Teaching (ASA), Lifeguard (RLSS) and leisure industry related courses in the UK. The majority of the courses are based at Brighton Swimming Centre in central Brighton and our Sussex Functional Skills Centre site is to the west of the City.
Working together with Swim UK you will gain the skills and qualifications required to develop your career within the leisure industry, to take advantage of future employment opportunities.
To go straight to Swim UK’s booking page click on the link below or call: 01273 434 4002 option 2
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