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April 21, 202026
With many states and municipalities planning to reopen their facilities, economies, and businesses, now is the time to prepare your aquatic facilities with the essential equipment and supplies that you will need to open safely for your staff and patrons. Since the aquatic season is nearly upon us and due to the shutdown, most agencies have not made their essential purposes there is likely to be a rush on the most needed items. It would be best practice for aquatic facilities to buy now and beat the rush.
March 10, 202030
The New LG 7000 Round Platform Lifeguard Chair from Everondack® is a must have for swimming pools, waterparks, or other aquatic facilities that need extra mobility and ease of use. The unique round design of this highly functional lifeguard chair puts lifeguards right where they are needed most in the heart of the action, ready to make a rescue at a moment's notice. The lifeguard chair is made from recycled plastic so it is built to last. It also features wheels that allow it to be easily moved to a desired location.
February 13, 2020206
eLifeguard.com Founder and longtime Aquatics Industry Professional Mike Rogers will be presenting at the Association of Aquatic Professionals (AOAP) Conference in Frisco, Texas on Tuesday, February 18. The topic being presented is 'Innovation In Aquatics'. Mr. Rogers will be discussing historical trends in aquatics innovations, the importance of innovation in aquatics and lifeguarding, as well as current and future innovations. The presentation will take place in the swimming pool area of the Hilton Embassy Suites at 1:15 pm.
March 09, 20197545
Lifeguards and Aquatics Leaders at the Association of Aquatic Professionals (AOAP) National Annual Conference that took place in Frisco, Texas had the first look at the new innovative Patent Pending Lifeguard Training Manikin - Silhouette.
Conference attendees were impressed with the innovative use of the Dive Brick inserted into the center of the Manikin. The use of the Brick allows the Manikin to sink to the bottom of the pool / lake / ocean and serve as a Passive Doll / Silhouette. The unique design of this Manikin, unlike that of Dolls, allows the Lifeguard to rescue the device and bring it to the surface using various standard lifesaving rescue maneuvers. Once at the surface the Manikin (Victim) can be grasped and brought to safety.
When the Dive Brick is removed, the Lifeguard Training Manikin - Silhouette floats at the water's surface, ideal for rescues at or near the surface of the water.
December 04, 20171703
Are you a YMCA Lifeguard? Do you operate a YMCA Aquatic Center? Our staff has been working with YMCA Aquatic Facilities and Lifeguards for over 30 years! We know and have in stock exactly what you need to operate a safe and successful Aquatic Facility, Swimming Pool, Waterpark, Open Waterfront, or YMCA Aquatic Camp. Click below to find out more:
September 14, 20171050
The LIFE Rescue Tube is the most popular rescue tube among YMCA Lifeguards nationwide. More YMCA Aquatic Facilities are using the LIFE Tube now than any other rescue device. You may recognize YMCA Lifeguard Alec (Photo Above) who was featured on the cover of AQUATICS INTERNATIONAL Magazine earlier this year and was also seen throughout the new American Red Cross LIFEGUARD Training Manual.
September 12, 20171323
Are you wondering how the ER7 Backboard and the CJ6 Backboard stack up against each other? eLifeguard.com® sells both backboards but is discontinuing sales of the CJ6. In our side by side testing and review, we found that the ER7 has smoother and tighter constructed seams. The seems at the parting line of the CJ6 are more porous, potentially allowing for hazardous fluid absorption. The ER7 Strap System is color coded for ease of use. The CJ6 Head Bed has more parts which make it susceptible to breakage, which we have seen from time to time during years of selling the product. The Head Immobilizer on the ER7 is made from a much more durable plastic and has replaceable vinyl dipped foam blocks that will not absorb fluids unlike the CJ6 that has porous permanently attached foam blocks. The ER7 can be seen throughout the pages of the new American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Manual and is used by aquatics and lifesaving agencies worldwide.