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  February 2019: 30 Second Challenge - are you ready for an emergency?

30 second challenge logo
30 second challenge logo
If youíre heading out on the water this summer both skippers and passengers should take the 30 Second Challenge to measure your readiness for an emergency response on board. 

The Marine Safety team can show you how itís done at the following locations:
 
  • March 2: Augusta boat ramps  (weather dependent) 
  • March 1-3:  Kalbarri boat ramp (weather dependent) 

Both skippers and passengers should take the 30 Second Challenge to test readiness for an emergency response on board your vessel before heading out on the water this summer.

Take the Challenge - visit the Safety equipment page.

  February 2019: Upgrade your lifejacket with Old4New and drop off your old flares or EPIRB

If you want to save some money upgrading your lifejacket take advantage of the upcoming Old4New opportunities at boat ramps and community events where you can also get the latest lifejacket information and advice on maintenance.
 
The next events are:
 
Date Location Time Flare/EPIRB collection
2 Mar 2019 Kalbarri Boat Ramp* 8:00 am to 9:00 am No
3 Mar 2019 Augusta River Festival* 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Yes
8 and 9 Mar 2019 Wagin Woolorama*  10:00 am to 3:00 pm Yes
10 Mar 2019 Esperance Fishing Classic* 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm No
16 and 17 Mar 2019 Mandurah Crab Fest 10:00 am to 12:00 noon Yes
16 Mar 2019 Condingup Community Fair* 10:00 am to 3:00 pm No
22 Mar and 23 Mar 2019 Kalgoorlie Boulder Community Fair* 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Yes
13 Apr 2019 Crawley Boat Ramp 9:00 am to 10:00 am TBA

* Voucher only events

Guidelines apply and numbers are limited. 

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For more information visit the Lifejackets page.

  February 2019: Donít boat without your Recreational Skipperís Ticket

RST
RST
A Recreational Skipperís Ticket or RST is required for boating and skippers need to carry it the entire time their boat is on the water.
 
If you have lost your RST and need to replace it or your details need to be updated visit the Recreational Skippers Ticket page.

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Join us on Facebook to be part of WA's boating community. The Marine Safety Facebook page provides information on safe navigation and safe use of State waters, marine environment protection and marine emergencies.

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