Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Masked Boobie bird was rescued by Sea Guardian Lifeguard on JUHU BEACH

Masked Boobie bird was  rescued by The sea guardian Lifeguard Ravi Mangela while Patrolling on JUHU Beach call was given to Forest officer Mr. Sharan Deshpande, he asked RAWW to look in this, Sea guardian handed this bird to RAWW.

Friday, September 24, 2021

The Sea Guardian lifeguard felicitated for participating in Ganesh Visarjan 2021.

The Sea Guardian Lifeguard have been rendering their service on Juhu Beach since 2007 during all festivals celebrated on the beach. This year Ganesh Visarjan 2021 was celebrated with peace and following all corona guidelines. Sea guardian lifeguard followed all the corona rules during visarjan and help ganesh devotees in doing ganesh visarjan along with Juhu Police Station.
Certificate of Appreciation was given by Shri Shashikant Mane ji (Senior Inspector Of Police, Juhi Police Station Mumbai).

Saturday, September 18, 2021

Sea Guardian Lifeguards took active part in doing Ganesh Visarjan 2021


Sea Guardian Lifeguards took active part in doing Ganesh Visarjan 2021 along with Juhu Police Station and BMC K-WEST WARD. Senior Police Officer - Juhu Police Station  Shri Shashikant Mane appricited the work carried out by the Lifeguard during two immercion session. 

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

All beach in Mumbai declared DANGER during monsoon
Avoide Swimming in the sea

How to Avoid Riptide Danger during Monsoon: 

•A single Red flag or Double Red Flag are raised on beaches to warn swimmers of rip current danger. -Do NOT swim in the ocean if there are red flags being flown! Or see the warning board placed at the beach entrance.  
•Educate yourself about rip currents and what to do if you or someone else gets stuck in rip. You could save a life!
•Unless you are an experienced ocean swimmer, NEVER attempt a rescue of a bather caught in a rip current.  One drowning is horrific, don’t make it two! 
•If you see a someone caught in a rip current, try to find a lifeguard or get professional help. 
•Learn about your destination’s safety and security concerns and more from the State Department.         
•Don’t ever swim alone! Look for warning signs and obey them. •Ask locals about the existence of danger on the beach.
•Never drink alcohol before swimming.
•Never swim during moderate or rough sea conditions.
•Don’t swim at night, during the early evening or early morning.•Always be on the lookout for dangerous marine life.
•Always stay within touch of your child when in or near the water. Never leave them alone.

BMC issues high tide warning, dates

The highest tide of 4.85 metres is expected at around 1 pm August 31.

Flood Risk Dates In 2016 Mumbai Monsoon Due to High Tide Over 4.5M

In Mumbai rain water flows into the Arabian Sea through the drain system. When high tide in the sea is over 4.5 meters, there is danger of sea water entering Mumbai via the drain pipes. In such situations Mumbai’s Municipal Corporation (BMC) closes the storm drains. When this happens, there is no exit for Mumbai’s rain water. When rainfall is heavy and high tide is over 4.5 meters, there is a high probability of flooding in Mumbai.
Listed below are the flood risk dates and time when Mumbai is at risk of flooding during the 2016 Monsoon season.

JUNE 2016: Flood Risk High Tide Dates During Mumbai Monsoon

4 June, 20164.7611:29 AM
5 June, 20164.9212:15 PM
6 June, 20164.9612:59 PM
7 June, 20164.891:43 PM
8 June, 20164.732:26 PM
9 June, 20164.503:09 PM
21 June, 20164.5012:50 PM
22 June, 20164.561:24 PM
23 June, 20164.571:59 PM
24 June, 20164.532:36 PM

JULY 2016: Flood Risk High Tide Dates in Mumbai Rainy Season

3 July, 20164.5811:18 AM
4 July, 20164.7412:03 PM
5 July, 20164.8112:46 PM
6 July, 20164.781:26 PM
7 July, 20164.672:05 PM
8 July, 20164.502:43 PM
20 July, 20164.5212:29 PM
21 July, 20164.631:03 PM
22 July, 20164.681:39 PM
23 July, 20164.652:15 PM
24 July, 20164.542:54 PM

AUGUST 2016: Risky High Tide Dates During 2016 Mumbai Rains

2 August, 20164.5411:50 AM
3 August, 20164.6212:28 PM
4 August, 20164.621:04 PM
5 August, 20164.551:38 PM
18 August, 20164.5212:02 PM
19 August, 20164.6712:38 PM
20 August, 20164.721:14 PM
21 August, 20164.681:51 PM
22 August, 20164.542:30 PM

SEPTEMBER 2016: Dangerous High Tide Dates in 2016 Mumbai Rains

17 September, 20164.6312:46 PM
18 September, 20164.681:25 PM
19 September, 20164.622:05 PM

Monday, September 17, 2012

Safety Precautions during Ganesh Visarjan - 2012.
Make your Ganesh Chaturthi happier and safe by following certain rules.
IMPORTANT: Do Not Allow any strangers

1. Processions : Before starting the procession you should always think about the route which the procession will follow. The responsibility of guiding the procession should be entrusted to at least two persons. One should guide the road traffic and other should lead the procession through the correct route. There should be at least four people to hold the ropes form both the sides of the processions. This will help the processions to move ahead easily and will be convenient for vehicles to avoid accidents. Ask the mothers taking part in the procession to take care of their own children.

2. Crackers : You should make sure that you light crackers in open and wide space. As there is lot of crowd on the roads it may be dangerous. You should see that kids are away from the crackers. You should avoid lighting crackers while the processions are moving on the road. This will help avoid pollution and keep you loved one's safe.

3. First-aid box and Water : KEEP First-aid box and water as they are two important things to be carried during Visarjan.

4. Start at the right time : The Visarjan procession should start at the right time. If the processions leave late there will be lots of crowd on the roads and also on the sea-shores. The Police force on duty may not allow you to play music and band on the road if you are late. Even Life Safety at the beach may not be available beyond certain time like LIFEGUARD, Ambulance, and many other facilities required.

5. Precautions at the sea-shore: If the idol is too big you can arrange for a boat. At least three to four men who can swim should enter the sea. Keep children’s and Non Swimmer away from entering in the sea. Make sure that the life-guards are present at the sea-shore. Wear Reflective Life Jackets so that you are visible to the lifesaver Team. Don’t enter in dark area, try and do Ganesh visarjan at safe area on the sea shore.

6. Do not drink Liquor on the beach, you may land your self in trouble.

7. Do not drink liquor and enter in the sea water.

8. OBEY instructions from LIFEGUARDs they are for your Safety.

9. Follow Traffic rules.

10. Help Mumbai Police to serve you batter.

The Sea Guardian Lifeguard & RLSS wishes one and all very Happy Ganesh Festival 2012.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Zero Drowning at Juhu Silver Beach

When it comes to beaches, Juhu Silver Beach has had a bad reputation with tourists and local visitors drowning, couples being harassed by rowdy elements, dark and lifeless shores after sundown are common complaints, But not anymore, as The Sea guardian lifeguard & RLSS (I) at silver beach in association with MCGM and Mumbai Police have overcome on all this issues, the beach has recorded zero drowning cases since July 17, 2010. This would have not been possible without the help of RLSS (I) (Rashtriya Life Saving Society – INDIA), RLSS gave SEAGUARDIAN lifeguards training in lifesaving, CPR, Surf Rescuing, First Aid and also Monitory help for span of Six Month.
We thank MCGM (Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai K/West Ward), MUMBAI POLICE (JUHU POLICE STATION) for believing in the SEAGUARDIAN and supporting organization over the years.
How can we forget you people the citizens, thank you very much for your support. Hope for the same support in days to come.

Sunil Kanojia President gets space in Times Of West Mumbai

Suicide attemp at Silver Beach

Kistamma Poojari Female age sixteen year, resident of Juhu Galli Dhangarwadi Andheri west tried to commit suicide at Silver Beach behind Godrej Bungalow on 8th December 2011 at around 19:20 hours, Lifeguard Laxman was on duty at the time of incident. Laxman spotted femal wearing maroon silvaar & white Kurta rushing in the deep water, he ran from post to stop her, on seeing Lifeguard coming to stop her she rushed in the deep water but in vain Laxman Reached her before she could enter in deep water. Subash Beach Patrol lifeguard alerted other volunteers and rushed to help Laxman Mangela. Kistamma refused to come out of the water she started dipping herself saying leave her alone she wants to die.
Seeing to all this from Kistamma police was alerted to reach Silver beach, control room alerted 3 number mobile van in charge Chaudhary to rush at silver beach, Beach, Volunteers started inquiry from public if Kistamma was accompanied by anyone. A lady visitor pointed out a boy wearing white shirt name Krishna Poojari was her boyfriend. She had heard them fighting, Police arrived at the Silver Beach and took kistamma and Krishna to police station for further investigation as why Kistamma tried to commit Suicide.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

14 Years Girl Dhanlaxmi Rescued from Drowning at Juhu Silver Beach.

Mumbai 13th Nov. 10. Dhanlaxmi D/o Vadivel Wadwa Counder age 14 years girl, resident of Santosh Nagar, Goragaon East, Came to Silver Beach (Juhu) with cousin Brother Islam Khan (14 years) and her friend Samir Ansari (17Years) for picnic. They reached Silver Beach at around 13 hours, Islam Khan went for swim in the sea water while Samir and Dhanlaxmi enjoyed listening music and talking to each other soon Islam approached Samir and Dhanlxami to join him for a swim in the sea, Smir agreed to go for swim with Samir but Dhanlaxmi refused to go, but Samir and Islam pulled her in the water, as they were enjoying wave pulled them in deepwater. Samir and Islam soon rushed out of water leaving Dhanlaxmi drowning in the sea. Samir and Islam ran away with their cloths without raising any alarm for help of Dhanlaxmi, seeing someone in the deep water Volunteer lifeguard Rakesh and Ganesh rushed for Dhanlaxmi’s HELP. They rescued her alive.
Lifeguard Rakesh and Ganesh gave CPR to Dhanlaxmi and rushed her to Cooper Hospital with lifeguard Kamlesh for further medical. Dhanlaxmi was admitted in MICU, police case was registered at juhu police station. Dhanlaxmi was saved now she is in good health with her family.