Training

Conference to be presented by TeamLGS Conference to be presented by TeamLGS

TeamLGS will be presenting talks on Aquatic Pediatric Abuse and Homicide.  This... 

A response to “why” we train the way we do A response to “why” we train the way we do

We received a comment from our PSD ice diving video. “We have plenty of ways of... 

Understand the safe way of PSD ice diving / rescue Understand the safe way of PSD ice diving / rescue

The ice drowning season is just upon us. Now is the time for Fire Fighters, First... 

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Equipment

Rescue Net Rescue Net

Part of being a prepared rescuer is knowing how to get an injured diver or person... 

Pet Rescue Device Pet Rescue Device

Bo Tibbetts, an LGS instructor and our LGS Midwest Rep, made the following useful... 

Guardian Mask – you’re going to love it! Guardian Mask – you’re going to love it!

OTS Guardian Full Face Mask It’s even better than we hoped for You’ll never go... 

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Articles & News

Conference to be presented by TeamLGS Conference to be presented by TeamLGS

TeamLGS will be presenting talks on Aquatic Pediatric Abuse and Homicide.  This is the largest conference of its kind in the world that provides both basic and advanced training in the detection, investigation, prosecution, and healing interventions in all types of child victimization, including physical and sexual abuse, neglect, fatalities, sexual... [Read more of this review]

NYS Criminal Justice Services retains LGS’s Andrea Zaferes to fill gap in aquatic-death investigation training NYS Criminal Justice Services retains LGS’s Andrea Zaferes to fill gap in aquatic-death investigation training

The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services has engaged Andrea Zaferes of Team Lifeguard Systems to deliver a two-day Aquatic Death and Homicidal Drowning Investigation class. Ms. Zaferes also acts as a contract medicolegal death investigator for the Dutchess County Medical Examiner’s Office. The DCJS class will be offered on an... [Read more of this review]

Rescue Net Rescue Net

Part of being a prepared rescuer is knowing how to get an injured diver or person out of the water and up onto a boat or dock. The first step is to strip all the gear off a diver, if this hasn’t already been done. The next step is to keep the patients horizontal when removing them from the water. This is especially important for patients who have... [Read more of this review]

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