Users are encouraged to check, care and maintain their lifejacket, however for some, opening up a lifejacket can be a daunting experience. This is why Crewsaver, a leading designer and manufacturer of safety and performance equipment, has made a series of ‘HOW-TO’ videos.
Join Crewsaver’s very own Training Manager, Guy Page, and #LifejacketSafe Ambassador, Hazel Proudlock, as they guide you through the step-by-step process of ‘HOW-TO’ rearm, repack and maintain your lifejacket. These videos are sure to give all lifejacket users the confidence to make the vital safety checks required before using out on the water. After all, a lifejacket is a lifesaving piece of equipment, which your life could depend on.
Hazel Proudlock, #LifejacketSafe Ambassador, says: “We don’t want you to be shy when it comes to getting to know your lifejacket. Open the lifejacket up, check the components and be confident to know that when you are on the water, your lifejacket is prepped and ready for action.”
Guy Page, Crewsaver’s Training Manager, comments: “Rearming and repacking your lifejacket is easy! However, we encourage you to watch our ‘HOW-TO’ videos to make sure you are doing it correctly so your lifejacket will perform at its optimum.”
Crewsaver is committed to raising awareness about lifejacket safety to all levels of user. This can be seen through its trailblazing lifejacket designs but also through the championing of the #LifejacketSafe campaign. As part of this campaign, these ‘HOW-TO’ videos, encourage people to not only wear a lifejacket but to give them the confidence and support to make sure it is well maintained and fit for purpose.
Crewsaver’s ‘HOW-TO’ videos include;
- Rearming your automatic or manual lifejacket
- Rearming your Hammar lifejacket
- Repacking your ErgoFit lifejacket
- Repacking your Crewfit 180N Pro lifejacket
- Repacking your Crewfit 165N Sport lifejacket
- Repacking your Crewfit 150N Junior lifejacket
- Care and maintenance for your lifejacket
Take the step to become #LifejacketSafe and view the ‘HOW-TO’ videos at http://crewsaver.com/uk/how-to-guides/. It may just save your life.