If you were faced with an emergency, would you know what to do?
If you answered no, you’re not alone. More than half of Australian parents of children aged 2-8 don’t know CPR.
Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death in Australian children – commonly in backyard swimming pools. It can happen in an instant – without any splashing, in silence.
So when it comes to water safety, you can never be too prepared. This is why every little Aussie aged 2-8 years should own a Rescue Rashie.
Designed in collaboration with CPR experts, the Rescue Rashie will help put CPR instructions at waterways and swimming spots across the country – because where there’s water, there are always kids in rashies.
Even if you know CPR, the Rescue Rashie serves as a readily available reminder of the steps.
The instructions are designed for any child between 1-8 years and are specially embedded into the fabric so they won’t peel or scratch off.
Westpac Rescue Rashies are $35 each and can be purchased at westpacrescue.com.au