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Drowning and Near-Drowing Prevention
Drowning and Near-Drowing Prevention from the boating injury experts
Florida Boater Education Law
Effective October 1, 1996, persons born after September 30, 1980 , will be required to either have successfully completed a National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) approved boating education course or have passed a course equivalency or temporary certificate examination and have in their possession a boating education ID card and a photo identification card before operating a vessel with a motor of 10 HP or more in Florida.
Florida Boating Accidents Reports
Florida FWC's boating accident reports homepage
Florida Boating Safety
Boating regulations and law enforcement information for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Florida Boating Safety - Classroom Courses
Boating safety classes offered in Florida - the classes you need to comply with safety requirements. Welcome to the boating courses authorized by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) boating safety courses and PWC (jet ski) safety courses. Taking a boating safety course will teach you about boating safety and Florida boating laws, and will also make you eligible for a discount on your boat or PWC (jet ski) insurance! Below you'll find options for an online Florida boating safety course with an online certification test and Florida classroom boat safety courses.
Foundation for Aquatic Injury Prevention, Helpful Resources
Foundation for Aquatic Injury Prevention presents: Helpful Resources, Boating Safety & PFDs, Diving Safety, Drowning & Near Drowning,ĘGrief Counseling, Personal Watercraft, Pool Maintenance,ĘScuba Diving, Safety Standards, Pool Codes.
Foundation for Safe Boating and Marine Information Inc.
The Foundation For Safe Boating and Marine is a 100 percent volunteer organization dedicated to marine safety and the marine environment
The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) is an international system using advanced communications technology. Its main purpose is to enhance ship-to-shore communications by providing rapid, automated distress alerting, with positional information, if available.
A pdf copy of the GMDSS brochure is available for download.
H2O Toons: Boat and Water Safety for Kids
H2O Toons explains many of the basic principles of boating
and water safety it?s intended for children who are perhaps beyond
the age of being interested in the Minnesota Department of
Natural Resources (DNR) ?Boat & Water Safety Coloring and Activity
Book,? but too young to take the DNR home study Watercraft
Operator?s Permit course.
Hawaii Guide to Responsible Boating
Hawaii Guide to Responsible Boating - U.S. Coast Guard national statistics show that there are approximately 7,000 boating accidents reported each year, involving about 9,000 boats, which result in nearly 1,000 fatalities and about $25 million in property damage. Can these accidents be prevented? The answer is an emphatic YES. This site will help you prevent them.
How To Run in a Following Sea
A simple explanation of how to run in a following sea.
How to Boat Safely
Safe, responsible boating on Florida's waterways is every boat operator's responsibility. We hope that by completing our How To Boat Smart educational course you will become aware of your responsibilities on the water, and be better able to handle any problems that may arise.
Illinois Boating Safety Education
The Illinois Boating Education Course consists of a minimum eight hours of instruction. These courses cover the basics of boating safety, equipment and requirements, navigation, motorboat, registration and titling, emergency measures and the Illinois boating laws.
Indiana Boater Education - Division of Law Enforcement
Boating information from Indiana DNR. Lists Boater Education Courses by count and date.
Iowa Recreational Activity Safety Programs
ONline database of saftey courses offered by the Iowa DNR. The Iowa DNR Law Enforcement Bureau offers a variety of recreational educational safety programs to students age 12 or older. These courses teach students to be careful, courteous, capable and considerate while enjoying these outdoor recreational activities.