SLSNZ NATIONAL Beach & Coastal Safety Report

SurfLifeSavingNZ1910

New Zealand has one of the highest fatal drowning rates in the OECD1. This report is our way of drawing a line in the sand. We, Surf Life Saving New Zealand, are saying “enough is enough”. No more unnecessary deaths from drowning on our beaches and along our coastline.

MAJOR FIRST AID INCIDENTS PER REGION

MINOR FIRST AID INCIDENTS PER REGION

“Major First Aid - Any incident where a patient is administered some form of advanced

medical treatment, or requires hospitalization”

“Minor First Aid - Where a patient is administered some form of

minor medical treatment”

Figure 09

R FIRST 2018–19: Major AID First INCIDENTS Aid Incidents per RegionPER REGION

Figure 10

MINOR FIRST

2018–19:

AID

Minor First

INCIDENTS

Aid Incidents per Region

PER REGION

Northland

15

Northland

142

96

Auckland

Bay of Plenty

55

468

Auckland

Bay of Plenty

388

96

Waikato

Gisborne

3

821

Waikato

Gisborne

30

7

Taranaki

32

Taranaki

Hawke’s Bay

8

Hawke’s Bay

49

4 Manawatu-Wanganui

3 Nelson

ND Tasman

18 Manawatu-Wanganui

20 Nelson

ND Tasman

Wellington

19

Wellington

132

Marlborough

0

Marlborough

27

0

West Coast

Canterbury 13

Key to Major First Aid Incidents

1 - 5 Incidents

0

West Coast

Canterbury

135

Key to Minor First Aid Incidents

1 - 20 Incidents

6 - 10 Incidents

21 - 50 Incidents

11 - 20 Incidents

51 - 150 Incidents

21 - 60 Incidents

151 - 500 Incidents

> 61 Incidents

> 501 Incidents

Otago

7

ND

No Data

Otago

34

ND

No Data

1

Southland

0 40 80 160 Kilometers

3

Southland

0 40 80 160 Kilometers

SURF LIFE SAVING NEW ZEALAND

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NATIONAL BEACH & COASTAL SAFETY REPORT

SECTION ONE

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CAPABILITY

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