Gig Harbor, WA – May 16th, 2020 – It’s no accident that the National Safe Boating Week campaign coincides with the beginning of boating and fishing seasons. During this year’s campaign, May 16 through 22, boating safety professionals and marine law enforcement from around the State are increasing the emphasis on boating safety while encouraging people to have fun on…

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Medical Emergency at Sea What do we do? What do we ask? If you boat, you should be current in First Aid, CPR/AED! If you aren’t, then now is the time to take a class, because stuff happens on boats; just sayin. I’m often asked how do I remember all the questions and checks for…

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Thinking about getting a First Aid Kit for your Boat or RV? Good! Having a top quality First Aid for your boat or RV is very important, and a piece of safety gear that many people over look. Through our First Aid, CPR and AED training programs we see all kinds of first aid kits in…

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First Aid For Recreational Boaters While researching content that is specifically designed for the Recreational Boater, I have come across some real gems in the description of aliments at sea. This is by far my favorite, and I’ll share it with you now. The two stages of Seasickness: You are so sick you’re afraid you may…

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Be Ready for Cardiac Emergencies at Sea When Every Second Counts! At sea, whether on a large ship or a small boat, access to emergency services is often hours away. This means that in the event of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), your crew must be prepared to act within the critical ten-minute window. While CPR is…

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