"To prevent is to live". With this motto, the Red Cross provides different messages with which it gives advice and recommendations to different situations that may occur on the beach. Red flag, jellyfish stings, heat shocks or the use of plastics among other cases.
Before the arrival of summer, the Red Cross remembers simple guidelines to prevent problems related to high temperatures.
Feeding and hydration:
En this link You can watch the video with the explanations, in subtitles, in French.
And the tips subtitled in English in this link
Would you know what to do if you step on the beach a hedgehog or spider fish? From the Red Cross they give you some simple guidelines on how to act and remember that we should not take marine animals out of the water, "Since we are the people who invade their natural habitat. We just have to avoid them to avoid problems".
If you accidentally suffer a sting, do not hesitate to approach a Red Cross post.
In case of Jellyfish Sting:
In case of sea animal (hedgehog, spider fish):
Safety tips in the water. First of all you must respect the flags of signaling and in case of being caught by any current in the water, do not try to swim against the current.
Red Cross promotes environmental sustainability by reducing plastic waste. In their councils point out that you have to remember to take the garbage that is generated on the beach. "We are what we eat, don't be plastic."
Using reusable containers:
Recycling of containers: