Welcome to Aspendale LSC
Our season preparations are underway, memberships for the 2021/22 season will be opening from mid October. Our website is also under reconstruction.
Join Aspendale Life Saving Club
Being a member of Aspendale Life Saving Club means so much more than a donation to a worthy cause! As a member you are entitled to use the facilities the club has to offer when it is open. And you become part of a great family based community! For membership details click here.
Aspendale Beach is patrolled by qualified volunteer personnel from November to Easter each year. This includes providing a safe area that people visiting the beach can enjoy, assisting with the rescue and treatment of possible casualties and providing water safety support for specific events run by the Club. For more information click here.
Our Nipper program runs from November to March on Sunday mornings at 10:30am. For more information click here.
Club Access: the club is currently closed and cannot be used to access boards, equipment and showers.
(There are exemptions in place to allow emergency response, emergency works, gear repair, award training and to get the facility cleaned for the season ahead).
The committee is currently working through this seasons programs, with more information to be released in mid-late October.
The LSV Activity Guide provides the most up to date information with regard to lifesaving activity status. https://lsv.com.au/activity-guide/
COVID Safe Coordinators
Aspendale LSC has appointed 2 COVID Safe Coordinators to help prepare us for the season ahead.
Nik Foon - Club Captain
Erin Hall - GM Member Development
COVID Safe Plan
Aspendale LSC is currently working with Life Saving Victoria to establish a a COVID safe plan in order for the club to commence club activities for the lifesaving season.
ALSC is a COVID Safe Organisation
The club will be modifying its programs this year to ensure the safety of our members and the community. We will follow the direction of Life Saving Victoria and the Government. Some of the changes this season will be everyday changes that you are used to (hand washing, sanitising, staying home if your are sick), and some of the modifications will be on a larger scale to limit the potential spread of COVID-19.