Starring Danny The Dolphin

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Water safetyactivity bookStarringDanny the DolphinandPennythe PelicanSamthe Shark

Meet the safety mascotsPennyPenny the Pelican is a Surf Life SavingLifeguard. She spends most of her time atthe beach helping to keep people safe.DannySamDanny the Dolphin is a water safetydolphin who enjoys safe boating.Sam the Shark has learnt how to swimand survive with Royal Life Saving NSWand he loves swimming in the ocean.

safetyContentsPage 2 Information for adultsPage 3Page 4Page 5Page 6Page 7Page 8Page 9Page 10Page 11Page 12Page 13Page 14Welcome to the watersafety activity book!Work through theactivities to learn moreabout water safety inNew South Wales.Lesson 1Lesson 2Lesson 3Lesson 4Lesson 5Lesson 6Lesson 7Lesson 8Lesson 9Lesson 10Lesson 11Lesson 12Know your boatSwim with a friendUse safety equipmentThrow, row, reachLook before you leapDon’t overload your boatWhen on your boatStay with your boatSwim between the flagsBe sun and water smartLearn distress signalsDangers in the waterPage 15 Activity answersPage 16 Certificate of AchievementPage 17 Signs, flags and distress signals1

safetyEssential rulesfor water safetythat every parentshould know.Information for adultsInformation for adults Children should wear a lifejacketwhen riding in a boat or other vessel.Everyone, including adults, must wearone when skiing or tubing Children under 12 years of age mustalways wear a lifejacket when in avessel less than 4.8 metres in length,and when in an open area of largervessels up to 8 metres in length Children should be constantlysupervised when in or near water.Teach your children to wait forpermission before getting intothe water Swimming lessons and infant/toddlerwater familiarisation classes promotewater safety, but they do not replaceadult supervision Show your children safe areas forswimming. When visiting a new waterarea, check out the conditions andwhere it is safe Never mix alcohol and boating.What do you look for when choosinga lifejacket? Check the size and weight on the label.Try the lifejacket on your child. Checkfor proper fit by lifting the lifejacketat the shoulders. If there is more than10 cm between the child’s shouldersand the lifejacket, it is too big! A head support collar is importantfor small children to support their headwhen in the water. A loop on the collarenables lifting a child from the water Small children must have a crotch strapthat promotes a snug fit. The strapshould be used at all times Have your child test the lifejacketin a pool so you can observe its fitand performance. It also gives yourchild a chance to become comfortablewith their lifejacket. Teach your childto swim on their back.For further information on boating safetyand lifejackets contact 13 12 36 or visitrms.nsw.gov.au/maritime.2

Lesson 1Know your boatWORD LISTPort SternBeam AftBow StarboardRemember:Can you help meteach Penny and Samthe different partsof a boat?Label the parts of theboat on the lines usingthe WORD LIST thencolour in the boat.A red light is always on theport (left) side of the boatand a green light is alwayson the starboard (right)side of the boat.Colour in the lights thecorrect colours.3

Lesson 2Swim with a friendRemember, you shouldalways swim with afriend, just like Pennyand Danny. hoose the correct1. Cpicture to finishthe sentence2. Trace the message3. Write the message.HorseFriendPossumKangarooFinish the sentence and traceWrite4

Lesson 3Use safety equipmentBucket with ropeIt’s important to takethe correct safetyequipment with youwhen going out ina dinghy.GloveHelmetOarLifejacketTorchWater bottleGogglesNetballFlaresMobile phone inziplock bagAnchorThe mascots are goingout in their dinghy.Colour in all the safetyitems that they need totake on their trip.5

Lesson 4Throw, row, reachDraw a circle around the objects you can throw to a person who has fallenin the water.InnertubeEskyClockLifejacketLife buoyCarRow boatInnertubeTeddy bearHandDraw a circle around the objects you can use to row.When trying to rescuesomeone who hasfallen in the water,use your safetyequipment to help youthrow, row and reach.RaftAir mattressChairPalmDraw a circle around the objects you can use to reach.BoardOarBicycleStick6

Lesson 5Look before you leapContentsKeep safe and alwaysobey signs.Draw a line to thesign which will helpour mascots ineach situation.Then see if you cancolour in the signsthe correct colours.(Hint: Check the insideback cover!)Penny needs toknow if the water istoo shallow to swim.Sam wants toknow if he can diveinto the water.Danny is hurtand needs help.Penny and Samare going out intheir boat andwant to know ifthey are allowedto go fishing.7

Lesson 6Boats need to bebalanced.If you move aroundmake sure someonemoves the oppositeway to balancethe boat.Don’t Overload your boatTry this experiment to see what happens when you overload your boat.You will need:Large plastic bowl, jar lid, 10c coins (about 12–15).STEP 1STEP 2STEP 3Fill your bowl with water.Float the jar lid on top.Add coins to represent people.Now draw or write what happens in each example.Balanced boatUnbalanced boatOverloaded boatAdd coins one at a timeto each side. (3–4 oneach side).Place coins one at a timeon one side of the lid.Stack all your coins in thecentre of the lid.8

Lesson 7When on your boat1.2.3.4.5.6.Remember: Don’t overloadyour boat Don’t bow ride Don’t stand upwhile moving Keep your boatbalanced Never go out in aboat alone.Put an X throughthe pictures you thinkare unsafe.9

Lesson 8Stay With your boatIf your boat turns over,stay calm and staywith your boat.Penny andOne sunny daytheirRead the storythen draw or writewhat Penny and Samshould do.Sam decided to go for a ride inboat. They both put on theirlifejackets beforethey left on their trip. Penny and Sam were having so much fun that theychoppy water. Suddenly thedidn’t pay attention to theboat bumped into a big wave. The boatfell into the water.and Penny and Sam1.turned upside down2.3.10

Lesson 9Danny and Sam wantsome help to knowwhere to swim.Colour the flags so it issafe for the mascots toswim (Hint: Look insidethe back cover!)Swim between the flagsStay safe at the beachand rememberFLAGS:FFind the flagsand swimbetween themLLook at thesafety signsAAsk a life guardfor adviceGGet an adult toswim with youSStick your handup for help.11

Lesson 10To protect yourselfwhen in the sun,remember to slip, slop,slap, seek and slide.Can you spot themistakes in thesecond picture?Be sun and water smartSlipon sun protectiveclothing that coversyour bodySlopon SPF 30 or higherwater‑resistant sunscreenSlapon a broad-brimmed hatSeekshadeSlideon sunglasses12

Lesson 11Learn distress signalsRaisingandloweringarmsOrangeRedsmoke flare hand flare(use during (use duringthe day)the night)TorchOrangeV sheetEPIRB(radio distressbeacon)These are some signalsthat can be used toattract attention if introuble. Keep your eyeout for these signalsand let an adult knowif you see one in use.Draw yourself in theboat using one ofthese signals.13

Lesson 12While in or near wateralways take care andkeep clear of creaturesthat may sting or bite.If bitten or stung alwaysseek assistance at a firstaid station or call 000 ifin trouble.Draw a line to matchthe animals name withits picture and colourin the dangerous seacreatures.Dangers in the waterPelicanJellyfishStone lphin14

safetyActivity answersPg 3Lesson 1Know your boatLesson 2Pg 4Swim with a friendAlways swim with a friendLesson 3Pg 5Use safety equipment Bucket with rope, oar, lifejacket, torch,water bottle, mobile phone in ziplock bag,flares, anchorLesson 4Pg 6Throw, row, reachThrow helpers: Inner tube, lifejacket, life buoy Row helpers: Raft, air mattress, rowboat,inner tubeReach helpers: Oar, stick, boardLesson 5Now it’s time tocheck your answers.Pg 7Look before you leapPenny: Warning sign – shallow waterSam: Prohibition sign – no divingDanny: Safety sign – first aid Penny and Sam: Information sign– fishing permittedPg 8Lesson 6Don’t overload your boatHow well did you do?Lesson 7Pg 9When on your boat(1) Unsafe (person is alone in the boat)(2) Unsafe (boy standing while the boat ismoving/not wearing lifejacket)(3) Unsafe (girl bow-riding/not wearinglifejacket)(4) Safe (balanced boat with two sitting at thestern and one at the bow)(5) Unsafe (boat is overloaded and sinking/no-one is wearing a lifejacket)(6) Safe (adult and child sitting in the centreof the boat at opposite ends keepingit balanced).Lesson 8Pg 10Stay with your boat (Teacher/parent/guardian to assess)Draw in order:(1)Keep calm, look and listen(2) Remain calm and stay with your boat(3) Look around for help; if a boat is closeenough, wave your arms to let themknow you need help.Lesson 9Pg 11Swim between the flags Colour the flags: Top section red,bottom section yellowLesson 10Pg 12Be sun and water smartSam: Missing his shirt and sunglassesPenny: Missing her sunscreen and sunglassesLESSON 11Pg 13Learn distress signals(Teacher/parent/guardian to assess) Draw one of the following: Child in boat: (a) waving arms (b) holding anorange smoke flare with a sun (c) holding a redhand flare with a moon/stars (d) holding a torchshowing a beam (e) holding up orange sheetwith a ‘V’ or (f) holding EPIRB in correct coloursLesson 12Balanced BoatUnbalanced Boat Overloaded BoatPg 14Dangers in the water Dangerous animals: Stingray, Stonefish,Bluebottle, Jellyfish, Blue-ringed octopus15

Certificateof AchievementAwarded tosafetyfor completing this activity book.Teacher/Guardian SignatureWater Safety Mascot

Signs, flags and distress signalsSafety signsProhibition signsWarning signsSafety signs let us know where wecan get help. They have a squaregreen background with white writingor symbols.Prohibition signs let us know what weare not allowed to do. They are whiteenclosed by a red circle and diagonal redline through a black symbol.Warning signs let us know we should becareful. They are a diamond shape with awhite background and black symbol.This is afirst aid sign.It shows uswhere toreceive help ifwe get hurt.This sign warns usof danger that thewater is shallow.This sign meansno diving isallowed. Weshould not divein an area thatdisplays this sign.Information signsFlags and distress signalsInformation signs tell us what aresuitable activities in a waterway.They are a blue square sign withwhite writing or symbols.Different flags give us different informationand can be found on the beach or in thewater. Distress signals can be used toattract attention if you need help.This sign neara waterway tellsus that fishingis allowed.Orangesmokeflare(use duringthe day)Raising andlowering armsRedhandflare(useduring thenight)DiverBelowTorchSwimming BetweenFlags PermittedOrange V SheetNo SwimmingPermittedEPIRB(radio distress beacon)

Roads and Maritime Services is responsiblefor the regulation of commercial andrecreational boating to keep New SouthWales waterways as safe as possible.A core function is to educate boaters –and potential boaters – about what toexpect out on the water, as well as thecorrect behaviour and equipment.See contact details below for moreinformation on boating safety.Infoline 13 12 36rms.nsw.gov.au/maritimeRMS 16.064

Draw one of the following: Child in boat: (a) waving arms (b) holding an orange smoke flare with a sun (c) holding a red . hand flare with a moon/stars (d) holding a torch showing a beam (e) holding up orange sheet with a ‘V’ or (f) holding EPIRB in correct colours Pg 14 Lesson . 12 Dan

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