FLOAT PLAN REGISTRY

WHAT IS IT?

If you plan to venture offshore or a casual local ride you need to file a float plan!

This is the surest way to protect your safety underway by using this simple online digital float plan process. This does not take up much of your time but can be invaluable in case of an emergency for you or your loved ones.

Float plans used to be filled out by a piece of paper, now using this APP a digital alert is sent out and its easier to control the communication flow.

How many Personal Water Craft riders get underway, have a problem and no communication device and suddenly the situation appears dire? Float plans have been used for years, traditionally you would hand a copy to the Harbor Master and your friends. This APP speeds up the process and security.

THE CREATOR

About Jim Young

‘A part-time boater and full-time software developer in the Pacific Northwest.

I've spent the last 20+ years building software. Now, I'm combining two things I love, building software and boating.

In fact, much of the Float Plan Registry application was written aboard our family boat, a 34 foot Tollycraft, while cruising in the San Juan Islands in Washington state.’

Float Plan Registry float plans are very active!

Float plans created with Float Plan Registry take an active interest in your safety.

You can set alerts in your float plans that trigger automatic check-in reminders, and overdue notices.

In other words, your float plan will automatically remind you to check in.

If the system does not receive a check-in status from you after a few attempts, it automatically notifies your contacts so they can try and reach you as well.

START NOW

Building a Float Plan:

1. Plan Summary - Give your float plan a name, choose departure and return dates, and add an optional description.
2. Itinerary - Document the specific locations you plan to visit. Use the interactive Google Map to pinpoint the exact location. Activate alerts to receive check-in reminders and activate the automated overdue system.
3. Crew - When you created your profile, you supplied information about your crew. Now it's a simple matter of selecting each crew member that will be joining you. Even better, if you specified a default crew list, those crew members will be automatically included making the process even easier!
4. Guests - If you will have people on board in addition to your crew, you'll enter their information on the guest list.
5. Contacts - When you created your profile, you supplied information about your contacts (the people you want your float plans automatically sent to). Here you simply choose which of your contacts will receive your plan, or if you specified default contacts, those will be automatically included.
6. Preview - Preview your float plan as your contacts will see it.
7. Publish - When you're ready to share your float plan with your contacts, a click of the Publish button is all that's needed. An email is sent to each of the contacts you specified on your float plan. The email contains a link they may use to view your float plan online.

follow this link to make your account: https://floatplanregistry.com/index.php

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Posted: July 17, 2019

Content Creator of Rescue Water Craft and Personal Water Craft boating international education standards: Shawn Alladio is the world’s foremost authority and leading subject matter expert. She cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

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PERSONAL WATER CRAFT OFFSHORE RIDING

PREPARE

If you are interested in riding offshore from the coast further than a 2-mile distance you need to seriously plan about your excursion for safety. You don’t want to stress your family or colleagues.

You can save yourself the embarrassment of an investigation if you have a mishap offshore by pre-planning your route and gear.

You will need to plan ahead.

1. Know what the fuel range of your Personal Water Craft is
2. Operate during daylight hours
3. File a Float Plan
4. Carry a Marine Band Radio (VHF) set to Ch. 16
5. Carry a GPS tracking device on your person such as a SPOT locator or a inReach device
6. Make sure your craft is seaworthy and properly maintained, conduct a pre-launch thorough inspection
7. It is best not to operate with a passenger on board due to safety
8. Plan ahead by monitoring the water and weather conditions, even while underway. Do not operate in lightning will be 10 miles in your zone. Monitor the NOAA Marine Weather Service channel.
9. Have an emergency plan in effect in case something goes wrong or your PWC sinks. You may need to purchase Vessel Assist and ask them what the range is.
10. Talk to your local U.S.C.G or Harbor office and let them know your offshore plans and contact them when you return.

MONITOR WEATHER AND WATER

If properly prepared operating offshore is not a problem, but quickly amplifies when one simply pushes out.

Search and Rescue calls can cost millions of dollars and they can be billed back to the PWC registered owner.

File a digital float plan. Add in all your vessel identification, and yours. Sign up trusted friends or family who will monitor and track.

When you arrive back identify in the float plan that your ride is completed.

Float Plan Registry: https://floatplanregistry.com/index.php

SAFE AT SEA

Make sure you have a safety kit with you and that you do not travel alone.

We have done many long distance and offshore rides out to 40 miles off the coast and sometimes further, but we are prepared with additional fuel and safety plans. Some of our distances have covered 1,800 miles in 6 days.

I would only advise this on a 3 or 4 seater craft, not on a Sport or Stand Up model.

Preparation is the key to go out to sea and it will require your best seamanship skills.

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Posted: July 17, 2019

Content Creator of Rescue Water Craft and Personal Water Craft boating international education standards: Shawn Alladio is the world’s foremost authority and leading subject matter expert. She cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

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POWER GRID

JUICED OUT

Both citizens and First Responders have to be prepared when the lights go out. We both need a secondary source of power.

Think about the items you depend upon that require battery or electrical supply to operate from. Now think of those items for a 7-day period being non-operable.

Now we have focus on the luxuries we enjoy without realizing the impact this has on our personal and professional lives. When disaster strikes, we are admonished to be ready to take care of our own needs 100% for 72 hours. I would like to up that to a period of 2 weeks for a catastrophic event. Especially if there is a chain reaction of several events.

Consider this: When the M9.2 Great Tohoku earthquake struck near Japan, it trigged 11 tsunami waves. A volcano erupted and a nuclear disaster was created and 21,000 people died. Business, homes, industries, wiped out.

Government reeling with taking care of the needs of civilians and managing safety during a series of chain reactions. This could have happened anywhere in the world.

Insert yourself into that equation. Now add in the different stages of life, Children, Adolescents, Adults and Elderly. Now top in that medical and dietary concerns. Now add in agriculture livestock and household pets.

Perspective is not challenging, it is enlightening. This is how we create our ‘Safety Behavior’.

ELECTRICAL DEFICIENT

When we focus on our Safety Behavior, our mind begins to reshape how we view and perceive risk. This can only be positive.

Here is an important safety discussion:

1. Electrical power will be shut down intentionally
2. Electrical power will be shut down by grid failures
3. Electrical power will be shut down due to disaster

We have these three potentials of which all are realistic probabilities. We can expect the experience to occur in our area at some time. Yesterday Manhattan lost power. During #Barry blackouts were rolling through the storm path.

If a person is dependent on electrical support due to medical issues, they must solve this problem. They should consider this 'life or death' and not expect to receive assistance. Failure to have this addressed can be deadly and cause extreme hardship and stress.

Second part of that concern is even under care at a facility that is dedicated towards health care, their grid, and their backup generator system can fail.

So, the degrees of difficulty increase.

There are deeper issues at play here. Take care of your health now if you have no known issues.

Exercise daily and maintain your body needs.

You may have to find creative solutions for power supply. Know contact areas that can support and have that mapped out to be able to get yourself to that facility on your own terms and power.

Have a plan for animals. (not so easy).

POWER UP

Part of our safety behavior requires 100% responsibility. If you find yourself at the difficult moment of reality where power is crashing all around and you won't see if for a week's time. you will be compromised with no available resolution.

1. Gas Generator, spare fuel and fuel cans, funnel, fuel bibs, electrical cord (leave outside). Verify the horsepower to use ratio before purchase. Decide how much fuel you will need, and the noise levels
2. Solar Panels (portable and waterproof) You may need a lot of wattage depending upon what you want to run, so research, research and ask questions!
3. Solar Powered Generators-double the solar panel wattage for cloudy days
4. Portable Inverter Generator

If you decide to use a gas generator, then you need fuel, safely handled and stored. You cannot bring that indoors you will die or become severely ill from carbon monoxide poisoning.

If any creative ideas come into your mind that you fit any of this criterion its time you put a plan of action together and practice it.

This type of dialogue is required, it cannot be ignored.

You will feel better when you start taking action. And the bonus is you have goals which make a plan, which will ensure the hardship is drastically lessened!

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Posted: July 16, 2019

Content Creator of Rescue Water Craft and Personal Water Craft boating international education standards: Shawn Alladio is the world’s foremost authority and leading subject matter expert. She cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

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2019 PLYNIEMY POLSKO – STAGE 2

Day Two Complete

Stage 2 is complete! We have made it to WLOCTAWEK

What a day! There were a lot of vessel problems today. It's tough to get competitors and boats off the water because our stage distances are so spread apart, that their chase teams have to be very creative and organized, and they are.

Our K38 Poland staff is essentially the secret of our safety and success! They travel with us to ensure we have everything we need at each stop.

Złapani na trasie rajdu Płyniemy Polsko.
To nasza tajemnicza ekipa techniczno - fotograficzna. Wielkie dzięki za poświęcony czas. Bez Was nie popłynęlibyśmy zbyt daleko.

First Alert Marine Compact Fire Extinguisher 5-B:C

First Alert Marine Compact Fire Extinguisher 5-B:C

GOOD TIMES

Preparations this morning were to ensure all our safety equipment and gear was secure on the Yamaha WaveRunner-Rescue Water Craft. This is a long day and we are responsible to manage the safety for all the race boats in the rally. This is a tough job to do with the distances and logistics we all have to cover. But we love it!

Śluzowanie. To już prawie meta drugiego etapu Płyniemy Polsko. Chwila przed startem do drugiego etapu Płyniemy Polsko z Warszawy do Płocka.

During Stage 2 we had to navigate through the Wisla River, and a series of locks to change the elevation as we continued on the rally. You can see how deep the lock can get, its quite an experience. Made for larger vessels we can get alot of Personal Water Craft in here all at once!

Check out all the sponsors and supporters for 2019! We appreciate you.


follow us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/K38Poland
Sleep well, for soon we face the new day and its challenges. Thank you to all the athletes and sponsors of this event.

Spotkanie z fantastycznym człowiekiem, motorowodniakiem, skuterowcem, uczestnikiem i zwycięzcą drugiej edycji rajdu Płyniemy Polsko, Sławkiem Rozwadowskim. W pięknych okolicznościach miejsca i przyrody przedyskutowaliśmy temat bezpieczeństwa uczestników kolejnej edycji rajdu Płyniemy Polsko, do której intensywnie się przygotowujemy. Rozpoczęcie już 27 kwietnia.

ABOUT
Płyniemy Polsko jest to kluczowa akcja organizowana przez klub motorowodny Moto H2O Rybnik. Dwie edycje, które odbyły się w 2017 oraz 2018 roku pozwoliły na zakup sprzętu do nurkowania i przeprowadzenie zajęć dla dzieci z autyzmem i porażeniem mózgowym. Edycja organizowana w maju przez sekcję Moto H2O polegała na opłynięciu Polski na skuterach wodnych. Podczas całej akcji miało miejsce wiele eventów w miastach w całym kraju.Całość akcji zakoczyła się sukcesem.

Edycja organizowana na przełomie sierpnia i września przez Ocean H2O polegała na opłynięciu wyspy Spitsbegen, znajdującej się na dalekiej północy na Oceanie Arktycznym. Dziesięcioosobowa załoga podczas szesnastu dni zmagała się z prądami morskimi i lodem. Udało im się osiągnąć cel, co więcej jako jedna z nielicznych załóg dokonała tego płynąć pod prąd.

Rok 2019 bije wszelkie rekordy. Akcja nabrała tempa a do udziału zgłosiło ponad 40 zawodników! Zapraszamy do wzięcia udziału w projekcie oraz śledzenia całej trasy!

Zachęcamy do polubienia naszej strony FB @plyniemypolsko, instagrama oraz pobrania aplikacji mobilnej, w której można być na bierząco z zawodnikami!

We sail in Poland is a key action organized by the Moto H2O Rybnik motorboat club. Two editions that took place in 2017 and 2018 allowed the purchase of diving equipment and classes for children with autism and cerebral palsy. The edition organized in May by the Moto H2O section consisted of circumnavigation of Poland on jet skis. During the whole event there were many events in cities around the country. The action was successful. The edition organized at the turn of August and September by Ocean H2O consisted of circumnavigation of the island of Spitsbegen, located in the far north in the Arctic Ocean. The ten-person crew struggled with sea currents and ice during sixteen days. They managed to achieve the goal, and what's more, as one of the few crews, it went against the current.

The year 2019 beats all records. The action has gained momentum and more than 40 competitors have entered the competition!

We invite you to take part in the project and to follow the entire route!

Feel free to like our FB @plyniemyPolsko site, instagrama and download the mobile application in which you can be up to date with the players!

2019 Polyniemy Polsko Facebook Page

K38 Poland Facebook Page

Tracking: Connected Boat tracking page

Name: plyniemy@pp2019.pl
pw: 2019

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Posted: 4.29.2019

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Content Creator: Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Use at your own risk. Please take a qualified Rescue Water Craft training course and maintain proper records and respect all the PWC, RWC, PPE, and gear OEM manufacturer warning labels and cautions.

2019 Plyniemy Polsko – Stage 1

Day One Complete

K38 Poland is enjoying the second year supporting the Plyniemy Polsko. We are operating Yamaha WaveRunners and are using rescue boards for support. We operated today on the Wisla River. The weather was difficult and the river as well.

Well, now Stage 1 is complete! The day had a few struggles with it, with boats having problems. The river has show it's personality coming out of winter. There were a lot of shoals and changes in the river from last year.

We will be taking care tomorrow, as each day the Plyniemy Polsko becomes more challenging.

Please follow Płyniemy Polsko 2019 and check back with our Facebook page for updates. We'll try our best to keep you posted! We look forward to providing the water safety for this event and the outstanding athletes who are part of it.


Right now we are resting and getting ready for stage 2. In a few hours we will be once again on the Wisla River with our Yamaha WaveRunners aka Rescue Water Craft. We appreciate the support of this company in lifesaving.

First Alert Marine Compact Fire Extinguisher 5-B:C

REPLACE

Connected Boat is our safety tracking for our K38 staff and the participants, its a great feature for the Plyniemy Polsko and we enjoyed using the APP last year.

Sleep well, for soon we face the new day and its challenges. Thank you to all the athletes and sponsors of this event.

Spotkanie z fantastycznym człowiekiem, motorowodniakiem, skuterowcem, uczestnikiem i zwycięzcą drugiej edycji rajdu Płyniemy Polsko, Sławkiem Rozwadowskim. W pięknych okolicznościach miejsca i przyrody przedyskutowaliśmy temat bezpieczeństwa uczestników kolejnej edycji rajdu Płyniemy Polsko, do której intensywnie się przygotowujemy. Rozpoczęcie już 27 kwietnia.

Meeting with a fantastic man, motorowodniakiem, skuterowcem, participant and winner of the second edition of Płyniemy Polsko rally, sławek rozwadowskim. In the beautiful circumstances of places and nature we discussed the subject of the security of participants of the 2019 rally.

ABOUT
Płyniemy Polsko jest to kluczowa akcja organizowana przez klub motorowodny Moto H2O Rybnik. Dwie edycje, które odbyły się w 2017 oraz 2018 roku pozwoliły na zakup sprzętu do nurkowania i przeprowadzenie zajęć dla dzieci z autyzmem i porażeniem mózgowym. Edycja organizowana w maju przez sekcję Moto H2O polegała na opłynięciu Polski na skuterach wodnych. Podczas całej akcji miało miejsce wiele eventów w miastach w całym kraju.Całość akcji zakoczyła się sukcesem.

Edycja organizowana na przełomie sierpnia i września przez Ocean H2O polegała na opłynięciu wyspy Spitsbegen, znajdującej się na dalekiej północy na Oceanie Arktycznym. Dziesięcioosobowa załoga podczas szesnastu dni zmagała się z prądami morskimi i lodem. Udało im się osiągnąć cel, co więcej jako jedna z nielicznych załóg dokonała tego płynąć pod prąd.

Rok 2019 bije wszelkie rekordy. Akcja nabrała tempa a do udziału zgłosiło ponad 40 zawodników! Zapraszamy do wzięcia udziału w projekcie oraz śledzenia całej trasy!

Zachęcamy do polubienia naszej strony FB @plyniemypolsko, instagrama oraz pobrania aplikacji mobilnej, w której można być na bierząco z zawodnikami!

We sail in Poland is a key action organized by the Moto H2O Rybnik motorboat club. Two editions that took place in 2017 and 2018 allowed the purchase of diving equipment and classes for children with autism and cerebral palsy. The edition organized in May by the Moto H2O section consisted of circumnavigation of Poland on jet skis. During the whole event there were many events in cities around the country. The action was successful. The edition organized at the turn of August and September by Ocean H2O consisted of circumnavigation of the island of Spitsbegen, located in the far north in the Arctic Ocean. The ten-person crew struggled with sea currents and ice during sixteen days. They managed to achieve the goal, and what's more, as one of the few crews, it went against the current.

The year 2019 beats all records. The action has gained momentum and more than 40 competitors have entered the competition!

We invite you to take part in the project and to follow the entire route!

Feel free to like our FB @plyniemyPolsko site, instagrama and download the mobile application in which you can be up to date with the players!

2019 Polyniemy Polsko Facebook Page

K38 Poland Facebook Page

Tracking: Connected Boat tracking page

Name: plyniemy@pp2019.pl
pw: 2019

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Posted: 4.28.2019

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Content Creator: Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Use at your own risk. Please take a qualified Rescue Water Craft training course and maintain proper records and respect all the PWC, RWC, PPE, and gear OEM manufacturer warning labels and cautions.

Lunn Becomes K38 Adjunct Instructor

Announcing Our Newest Adjunct Instructor!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 26, 2019
By K38 LLC

Orange County, CA – K38 today announces that Mr. Craig Lunn has joined with K38 and will be representing K38 in 2019 for a variety of training programs and event services.

“We are thrilled to have Mr. Lunn as part of our K38 team. Lunn has a fantastic pedigree in the maritime community and his dedication is sincere regarding protecting client reputation and safety. He is a direct reflection of the K38 Way of Training. He is a perfect fit for the mission and vision of K38 and we are honored to know him”, states K38 Founder Ms. Shawn Alladio.

SUCCESS

Lunn has proven himself on many projects that K38 UK has supported. He is a true mariner, a military veteran and a focused Coxswain, steadfast in his duties and an outstanding human being.

K38 selection process is a secure and mindful program for instructor recruitment. Adjunct instructors go through a 1 year probationary period after they have successfully completed their foundational K38 qualification courses.

Mr. Lunn will come under direct guidance of Mr. Ben Granata who is the lead K38 UK director representing Rescue Water Craft Training and Services in Europe.

For more information please visit: www.K38Europe.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/K38UK/
Ben Granata Email: K38ukrescue@gmail.com
Craig Lunn Email: K38Lunn@gmail.com

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Posted 2.26.2019

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Content Creator: Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Use at your own risk. Please take a qualified Rescue Water Craft training course and maintain proper records and respect all the PWC, RWC, PPE, and gear OEM manufacturer warning labels and cautions.

Orzol Becomes K38 Adjunct

ORZOL BECOMES K38 ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 21, 2019
By K38 LLC

Orange County, CA – K38 today announces that Mr. Mateusz Orzol has joined with K38 Poland and will be representing K38 in 2019 for a variety of training programs and event services.

“We are thrilled to have Mr. Orzol as part of our K38 team. We select instructors based off their dedication to safety, representing consistent standardization and a willingness to further their professional development to support future Coxswains in their qualification process”, states K38 Founder Ms. Shawn Alladio.

SUCCESS

Mateusz joins K38 just in time for opening training programs beginning this spring. He is a Lifeguard Gdynia instructor and team leader at Rope Freaks. He currently works at OSP RW Gydnia.

K38 selection process is a secure and mindful program for instructor recruitment. Instructors go through a 1 year probationary period after they have successfully completed their foundational K38 qualification courses.

Mr. Orzol will come under direct guidance of Mr. Jakub Friendeberger, Mr. Michal Matejowski and Mr. Jakub Wozniak who are the lead directors representing Rescue Water Craft Training and Services in Poland.

For more information please visit: www.K38Poland.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/K38Poland/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/k38poland
Email: K38Jakub@gmail.com

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Posted 2.25.2019

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Content Creator: Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Use at your own risk. Please take a qualified Rescue Water Craft training course and maintain proper records and respect all the PWC, RWC, PPE, and gear OEM manufacturer warning labels and cautions.

YOU CAN FAKE IT TILL YOU BREAK IT

You can fake it till you break it.

Then you have to fix it.

Did you set aside a budget incentive for future damages or loss?

If not, do it now!

DO IT

We do not learn from lessons learned.

We continually repeat the same behaviors that got us into trouble to start with.

Its not hard to ignore the warning signs, signals and to generally evade.

In fact is may actually be a part of our humanity.. therefore even more important to pay attention and be worried if you are too comfortable.

Go back in recent and distant time and look at the program hurdles.

Are they back on the track right now and do you need to conduct some clearing?

SUCCESS

Yeah, its a pain in the ass to review.

Yeah, its time.

Yeah, its not sexy and there is not action that feeds our need...yeah. YUP!

But do it, just go and do it. Do it now.

Achieve success by denying the lessons learned but ignored.

If you budget means anything to you, respect what is happening with the program and manage it.

Get your gloves on and go to work!

Only good things lie ahead!

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Posted 1.19.2019

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Content Creator: Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Use at your own risk. Please take a qualified Rescue Water Craft training course and maintain proper records and respect all the PWC, RWC, PPE, and gear OEM manufacturer warning labels and cautions.

IF YOU ARE RESENTFUL FIND A SOLUTION

If you are resentful, find a solution.

If you recognize your program has problems, you have to take action.

You have to do something.

We know about 'see something-say something', well that applies to public safety and water safety as well.

DO IT

You need to take action to positive advice. That is the offensive play.

Defense is holding progress hostage.

If you throw out an excuse you are on the defense.

Have some confidence and start doing research to make changes.

Don't forget for some of you, its not just a paycheck, its a sworn oath of service towards others.

You should make an oath with yourself about taking care of your safety and others.

SUCCESS

The pressure you put on yourself will help you realize you are a solution and that your job is not a lifestyle, its a calling, a way of being.

This is where you experience joy, happiness and satisfaction with you life. It will show in everything you touch!

Happiness in work is managing the success of it.

You are the person.

We can't wait to hear what great changes you have been able to influence.

You matter most!

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Posted 1.19.2019

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Content Creator: Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Use at your own risk. Please take a qualified Rescue Water Craft training course and maintain proper records and respect all the PWC, RWC, PPE, and gear OEM manufacturer warning labels and cautions.

YOUR BEST 30 YEARS

Your best 30 years in the Rescue Water Craft community started with K38!

We know this from the success stories, the witness but most importantly the results for public service.

ANNIVERSARY

CELEBRATING YOU

You are probably seeing yourself in some of the images from training and disaster work or special events.

We appreciate all those brave souls who have partnered with us, put their trust in our standards and care enough about
their reputation to work hard and train smart.

You matter most!

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Posted 1.19.2019

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Content Creator: Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Use at your own risk. Please take a qualified Rescue Water Craft training course and maintain proper records and respect all the PWC, RWC, PPE, and gear OEM manufacturer warning labels and cautions.