National Water Safety Month is observed in May and is a time to raise awareness about the importance of water safety and drowning prevention. By promoting water safety education and awareness, we can help reduce the number of drowing incidents and save lives.
During National Water Safety Month, organizations and individuals across the country come together to share information and resources on how to stay safe in and around water. This includes educating the public about the importance of learning how to swim, knowing how to perform CPR, and practicing good water safety habits such as always supervising children around water, wearing life jackets, and never swimming alone.
By participating in National Water Safety Month, we can all play a role in preventing drowning incidents and keeping our communities safe.