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SPORTS YOKOHAMA Vol.25:Feature01

Lifesaving

The Japan Lifesaving Association (JLA) is an organization serving as Japan’s representative member of the International Life Saving Federation and committed to social contribution activities, promoting the dignity of life from different perspectives – lifesaving, sports, education, welfare and environment.
JLA-certified lifesavers are able to identify dangerous factors of human behavior and environmental risks of nature and clearly indicate where to set up surveillance points, based on an analysis of past drowning incidents. They supervise beaches and swimming pools with the focus on preventing drowning incidents.

Protecting the “Marine Park”
Yokohama Marine Park Lifesaving Club

Protecting the Marine Park Yokohama Marine Park Lifesaving ClubThe Yokohama Marine Park Lifesaving Club is run by about 120 student and adult members working at the surveillance office in the “Marine Park,” the only bathing beach facility in Yokohama City. Founded in July 1988 when the park featuring a man-made beach opened, the club will mark its 24th anniversary this year. The club members engage in a variety of activities throughout the year at the Marine Park, the main ones being promoting waterfront safety, providing education on waterside environment, organizing beachside youth development programs and contests.
Kanagawa Lifesaving Federation URL http://www.lifesaving.ne.jp/

Junior Lifesaving School

Junior Lifesaving SchoolThis school offers an opportunity for children to learn things such as the proper way to enjoy swimming in the sea and first-aid skills through hands-on experience with lifesavers. This is a junior education event aimed at having children understand the importance of lives of others and their own and learn to support one another while familiarizing themselves with the natural environment of the sea, based on three key phrases – Fun, Involvement with other people and Value of life. The school is intended for children in the first grade through sixth grade of elementary school.

– Elementary course (for first-timers)
August 6, 2011 (Saturday) – A three-hour class will be held twice a day, starting at 9:00 in the morning and at 13:00 in the afternoon.

– Advanced course (for repeaters)
August 7, 2011 (Sunday) from 10:00 through 15:00

* For information about how to sign up and other details, see the blog of the Junior Lifesaving School of the Yokohama Marine Park.
http://blog.livedoor.jp/drecom_yulc-junnior/

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Lifesaving

The Japan Lifesaving Association (JLA) is an organization serving as Japan’s representative member of the International Life Saving Federation and committed to social contribution activities, promoting the dignity of life from different perspectives – lifesaving, sports, education, welfare and environment.
JLA-certified lifesavers are able to identify dangerous factors of human behavior and environmental risks of nature and clearly indicate where to set up surveillance points, based on an analysis of past drowning incidents. They supervise beaches and swimming pools with the focus on preventing drowning incidents.

Protecting the “Marine Park”
Yokohama Marine Park Lifesaving Club

Protecting the Marine Park Yokohama Marine Park Lifesaving ClubThe Yokohama Marine Park Lifesaving Club is run by about 120 student and adult members working at the surveillance office in the “Marine Park,” the only bathing beach facility in Yokohama City. Founded in July 1988 when the park featuring a man-made beach opened, the club will mark its 24th anniversary this year. The club members engage in a variety of activities throughout the year at the Marine Park, the main ones being promoting waterfront safety, providing education on waterside environment, organizing beachside youth development programs and contests.
Kanagawa Lifesaving Federation URL http://www.lifesaving.ne.jp/

Junior Lifesaving School

Junior Lifesaving SchoolThis school offers an opportunity for children to learn things such as the proper way to enjoy swimming in the sea and first-aid skills through hands-on experience with lifesavers. This is a junior education event aimed at having children understand the importance of lives of others and their own and learn to support one another while familiarizing themselves with the natural environment of the sea, based on three key phrases – Fun, Involvement with other people and Value of life. The school is intended for children in the first grade through sixth grade of elementary school.

– Elementary course (for first-timers)
August 6, 2011 (Saturday) – A three-hour class will be held twice a day, starting at 9:00 in the morning and at 13:00 in the afternoon.

– Advanced course (for repeaters)
August 7, 2011 (Sunday) from 10:00 through 15:00

* For information about how to sign up and other details, see the blog of the Junior Lifesaving School of the Yokohama Marine Park.
http://blog.livedoor.jp/drecom_yulc-junnior/

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