At sea, on land – without borders
Safe Water, Safe Land is a foundation, the aim of which is to reach those corners of the world deprived of access to education in first aid and rescue trainings, as well as to promote first aid among travellers and sailors.
Our workshops and meetings reach places far from civilization, to raise awareness of health issues, increase security and safekeeping and show how little it takes to save someone’s life.
We raise this awareness and need for regular first aid training not only at the ends of the world, but also in Europe - among people performing sport activities, active recreation, among young and experienced travellers.
Teaching first aid is our main goal – we organize trainings for teachers in schools across Asia and Africa, to show and teach how to save lives and help others in an emergency.more
We also try to address local needs and bring drugs and medical materials to the places that we visit while simultaneously sharing our experience and medical knowledge.more
Raising awareness among travellers, sailors and sport enthusiasts is integral to our mission too - practice first aid and travel the world well-prepared!more
Training, information and help is to reach especially those countries, places, and local communities that are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change.more
FOUNDATION IS BEING MADE BY PEOPLE. EVERY DAY.
Our most important resources are the people who created the foundation: specialist rescuers and emergency responders – lifeguards, mountain rescuers, caver rescuers, qualified paramedics and doctors. We have been teaching together in the field of rescue and first aid for years and decided to go beyond our comfort zone and to reach people who are in a greater need.Read more
Preparing a training expedition has hundreds of steps – meetings, talks, hard labour and small actions. A well-planned trip allows you to reach a wider audience and increases the effectiveness of the Foundation. Stay with us – have a look at the far end of the map, rise to the challenge in the distant corners of the world.Read more
Rescue is based on a team approach, therefore while creating the Foundation we have been opened from the very beginning to exchange experiences and cooperate with other organizations that improve the safety and to reach active people, sailors, travellers and surfers.Read more
We have trained45 896 people
Instructors - volunteers of the Safe Water Safe Land Foundation train both for the Foundation, as well as in outside commercial projects. In total, we have trained more than 45,000 people.Help us
SAFE WATER SAFE LAND EXPEDITIONS
First Safe Water, Safe Land projects – though not yet officially as the Foundation, but as a group of friends-rescuers, were realized in East Asia (Thailand and Malaysia) at the end of 2014 and beginning of 2015. AdrenaLTika (www.adrenaLTika.pl) was the sponsor of that project and the action was named AdrenaLTika Asia Tour 2015. We have conducted several trainings for groups of tourists and divers, another for Polish crew of the cruise round the Phang Nga bay in Thailand and for several groups of residents in Kelantan - area affected by the floods in Northern Malaysia. The energy that was created during this project accelerated Safe Water, Safe Land formation to the Foundation form and opened prospects for next projects, planned at larger scale.
First Aid from Chalupy up to Hel! During the summer our rescue-training team visits the hottest surf and kite spots at the Gdansk Bay.Poland July 13-17, 2015
First aid trainings in the Kelantan district - training in first aid at areas hit by natural disasters.Malaysia January 2015
Project promoting our foundation - paramedics and rescuer spend 24 hours in hammocks hanging among the rocks.Poland September 2016
Water safety and first aid trainings for swimming instructors completing the project aimed at preventing drowning.Thailand Planned 2016
Poland – trainings for foresters, rescuers, bicycle riders and tourist in the mountains.Poland 2017
Project promoting our foundation - trainings in CPR and AED aimed at water accidents.Poland July 2018
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