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Dangerous Currents - Water Safety Tips (Rack Card)

This card provides an overview of how to stay aware and safe at Great Lakes beaches, where dangerous currents and changing conditions can present a challenge to swimmers. Content includes an image of water safety warning flags and what each color means, what to do if caught in a current, who is most at risk, how to help someone in trouble and the Water Watcher program.

Size: 8.5 inches tall by 3.75 inches wide. Fit well in rack card and brochure stands.
Water Watcher Pledge Cards

This card provides an overview of the Water Watcher pledge. It is meant to be given to beach goers as they enter a swimming area along the Great Lakes. Front and back, color printing.

PLEASE NOTE: An order of 1 = 1 box of cards (4750 cards)

The card reads as follows:
I pledge to carefully watch the people in my group. I will designate another Water Watcher if I have to leave the areas.

If someone is in trouble, I will:
  • Throw anything that floats to them, like a life ring or a cooler.
  • Seek help from park staff or others.
  • Wear a life jacket, if I must go in the water.

I will ask others to stay away from piers and breakwalls.

On the reverse side is a graphic of warning flags and what they mean.

Size: 4.375 x 3.5 inches. Depending on how the cards will be used, lanyards may be available for distribution also.