Erika Gleeson of Autism Swim looks at how swimming lessons can help mitigate the leading cause of death among children with autism spectrum disorder – death by drowning – which accounts for an astounding 90 per cent of deaths.
Aquatics and Commercial
news of interest to commercial and public pool operators, builders and designers, and the aquatics industry
One downside of expansive, open plan indoor aquatic centres can be excessive noise – which is not only annoying but can also be a health issue.
As part of the Australian Women’s Leadership Symposium series, AIS CEO, Elena Gosse will speak at the Brisbane Convention Centre on Friday 19th May from 11:10am to 12:40pm.
What would you do if your community gave up on your child?
The Australian Swim Schools Association (ASSA) and the United States Swim Schools Association (USSSA) have come together to provide to global initiatives.
The Swimming Pool & Spa Association of Australia (SPASA) has announced a collaborative affiliation with the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP).
The printed edition of SPLASH! 111 is out now. Among the many features it includes are stories on robotic pool cleaners and surf rides, as well as hydraulics, pool treatment, noisy aquatic centres, and all the latest news and most exciting new products.
Lachlan Shire Council is seeking Tenders from suitably qualified persons for the Operation of the Condobolin Swimming Pool and for the Operation of the Lake Cargelligo Swimming Pool.
Narellan Pools has added to its traditional recruitment strategy focussing on pool builders and landscapers, by now also recruiting experienced business people from outside the industry.
Here are three pool and aquatic tenders from local councils for construction, refurbishment and management of swimming pools, with close dates in April 2017.
Aqua Technics has named dual Olympian Blair Evans as their new ambassador to help promote their alliance with Swimming WA.
The new Sports Park 95 installation is at Lake Mulwala where the Murray River spreads itself wide between Yarrawonga and Collendina.
AS 3533.4.5:2017 was originally published as an interim standard in 2012. It is now confirmed as an Australian Standard following industry consultation.
Australian designed and manufactured water disinfection technology, EcoLine, will help to protect swimmers competing at the upcoming Southeast Asian Games, to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in August 2017.
Following the devastating impact of Cyclone Debbie, SPLASH! asked David Lloyd of International Quadratics to provide some advice on cleaning up swimming pools after storms.
Issue 110 of SPLASH! is out now. Among the many features it includes stories on pool toys, fencing, energy, hydrotherapy and local manufacturing, as well as the latest news and most exciting new products.