Project Blueprint Visits Pittwater

SLSNSW and Australian CoastSafe are undertaking Phase Two of an ambitious project through the funding support of the NSW Water Safety Black Spot Fund called ‘Project Blueprint’.

The project aims to conduct Coastal Public Safety Risk Assessments for every accessible beach and rock platform in NSW and will be instrumental in addressing the coastal drowning issue in NSW both in the short, mid and long term.

The project will achieve this by providing the basis for a long-term, sustainable and effective drowning prevention strategy with clear evidence/data, engagement of relevant stakeholders and the application of effective risk mitigation and drowning prevention initiatives where and when they are required.

Now commencing its second year, the project will see coastal risk officers assessing the Pittwater, Warringah, Manly, Shoalhaven and Bega Local Government Areas.

Pittwater will be the first Local Government Area to be assessed. On-site risk assessments will be conducted from 2 September to 9 September, 2013.

Consultation with local land managers, emergency services, lifeguards, surf life saving clubs and branches, specific stakeholder groups and the general public is fundamental to the success of this project.

We would welcome your involvement in one or more of the following capacities:

Attend the public forum:

Location: Coastal Environment Centre, Pelican Path, Lake Park Road, North Narrabeen

Date: Tuesday 17 September, 2013
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
RSVP: By email to Luke Stigter by Tuesday 10 September

Written correspondence to the CoastSafe team:

Attn: Luke Stigter,
Coastal Risk Officer, SLSNSW
3 Narabang Way
Belrose, NSW, 2085
OR email

Visit the website

Project Blueprint.

Tue 27 Aug 2013