The Hawaiian Lifeguard Association is a professional association incorporated in the State of Hawaii, with
      United States Internal Revenue Service 501(c) status.

      The association was organized in 1990, as an offshoot of the former Hawaii Lifesaving Association, a local
      chapter of the United States Lifesaving Association. The re-organization was reformed as a matter of
      refocusing the association to deal with specific educational issues related to providing lifeguarding and
      ocean safety services in Hawaii's unique culture and ocean environment.
 
      The Hawaiian Lifeguard Association seeks to:

       - establish and maintain the highest standards of professional surf and open water lifesaving in an effort
          to maximize the safety of the public in ocean and coastal waters throughout the State of Hawaii.

       - provide public, professional, and governmental education in the field of ocean safety, particularly in the
         areas of rescue management, emergency medical care and treatment, and to conduct informational and
         educational activities designed to prevent aquatic emergencies in Hawaiian waters.

       - actively support and promote the improvement and progression of lifesaving throughout the State of
         Hawaii.
 



 

 

                                                                                       

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