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Source: Maritime New Zealand

14 participants:
Bay of Plenty Regional Council
Buller District Council
Environment Canterbury
Environment Southland
Gisborne District Council
Greater Wellington Regional Council
Hawkes Bay Regional Council
Marlborough District Council
Northland Regional Council
Otago Regional Council
Queenstown Lakes District Council
Taranaki Regional Council
Tasman District Council
Waikato Regional Council
‘No Excuses’ on water campaign
On-water campaign targeting high-risk factors in recreational boating fatalities, in particular lifejacket wearing and safe speed
$70,000
Bay of Plenty Regional Council
Jon Jon Peters JonJon.Peters@boprc.govt.nz Jacqui.Sinclair@boprc.govt.nz
Towards Zero
Continuing the work started with the Towards Zero programme and continue to grow and improve the safe boating priorities in the Bay of Plenty
$55,560
Bay of Plenty Regional Council
Jon Jon Peters JonJon.Peters@boprc.govt.nz Jacqui.Sinclair@boprc.govt.nz
Kia marutau ki te wai – be safe in the water
A pilot education programme will be run during the summer of 2021/22 to provide safer boating training specific to the needs of individual iwi and hapū.
$10,000
Coastguard Carole French Carole.french@coastguard.nz Old4NewLifejacket Upgrade Programme
Continuation of the Old4New Lifejacket Upgrade campaign offering heavily discounted lifejackets and PFD’s to those who upgrade their old or damaged lifejackets across NZ.
$80,000
Coastguard Boating Education
Kirstin Brown kirstin.brown@boatingeducation.org.nz
Folau Malu – (Journey Safely) Pasifika Boating Education
Continuation of an existing programme – education for Pasifika boat users on Coastguard NZ Day Skipper course, in-water survival course and Maritime VHF radio operator certificate.
$69,209
Environment Canterbury
Gordon McKay Gordon.mckay@ecan.govt.nz
Canterbury Safer Boating Programme
The programme will target skipper responsibility, including speed, lifejacket’s and boating behaviour through radio, social media, face to face at boat ramps and camping areas
$45,000
Environment Southland
Lyndon Cleaver Lyndon.Cleaver@es.govt.nz
Environment Southland Boating Safety Programme
On-water and boat ramp checks targeting skippers’ safe boating knowledge and responsibility, carriage of communication and safety equipment, wearing lifejackets, checking marine weather forecasts and education around alcohol on the water
$17,000
Gisborne District Council
Salvatore Ali harbourmaster@gdc.govt.nz
Tairāwhiti Haumaru Moana
New campaign focused on promoting safer boating throughout the region including reaching out to the remote communities around East Cape. Key messaging will focus on skipper responsibility and the carriage and use of safety equipment throughout the recreational boating community.
$38,000
Greater Wellington Regional Council
Grant Nalder
harbours@gw.govt.nz
Be seen, be heard, plan to be safe
Reinforcing basic safety messages, importance of communication and promotion of further training and education via in-person engagement with boaties on and off the water.
$50,000
Hawkes Bay Regional Council
Captain Martin Moore harbourmaster@hbrc.govt.nz
Safe boating education in schools and at boat ramps
Safer boating education in local schools (for up to 12 years old) and education to boaties at boat ramps
$14,000
Kiwi Association of Sea Kayakers (KASK)
Steve Flack
steve.flack@hotmail.com
Meet The Paddlers
Road show travelling to different town centres/regions to provide kayak safety advice and training. The programme is expected to run in Northland, Auckland, Tauranga, Taupo, Gisborne, New Plymouth, Wellington, Nelson and Christchurch.
$5,500
Nelson City Council
Mandy Bishop mandy.bishop@ncc.govt.nz
Responsible and informed recreation
The programme will target skipper responsibility so boaties know what to do to ensure they and others are safe on the water.
$38,000
New Zealand Stand Up Paddling Inc
Bill Dawes
paddlecompany@gmail.com
SUP Safe
Campaign targeted at stand up paddle boarders to increase safety behaviours. It addresses safety knowledge gaps around lifejackets/PFD’s, communications equipment and paddling in unfamiliar locations among other topics.
$30,000
New Zealand Underwater Association
Andrea Macfarlane
andrea@nzua.org.nz
NZUA ‘Survive the Dive’ RDASS Certificate (Recreational Dive Activity Skipper/Supervisor Certificate)
The NZUA ‘Survive the Dive’ RDASS certificate is a free online training/refresher program teaching, quizzing and examining participants on the safe supervision of divers in the water plus the basic skippering skills required to support recreational dive activities. The program is specifically tailored to the needs of the typical New Zealand recreational boat skipper engaged in diving activities with groups of friends or family.
$16,500
Northland Regional Council
Peter Thomas
petert@nrc.govt.nz
Jalissa Karena-Lange
jalissak@nrc.govt.nz
“Nobody’s stronger than Tangaroa”
Continuation of existing programme that was formerly called “Be a safe boatie mate”. The campaign aims to address the lack of skipper knowledge and responsibility, failure to wear life jackets/compliance, speed and wake and addressing alcohol use on the water.
$70,000
Taranaki Regional Council
Tony Parr
tony.parr@trc.govt.nz
Know Before You Go
Continuation of an existing programme of interaction with the recreational boating public over the summer period. Programme includes distribution of a local ‘quick reference guide’ (‘Know Before You Go’) for recreational boats and watercraft in Port Taranaki and its approaches. Ngamotu Beach and Port ramp venues. The Harbourmaster has recently acquired a vessel which will allow programme to be taken up on the water.
$10,400
Tasman District Council
Dan Cairney harbourmaster@tasman.govt.nz
Increasing on water Harbourmaster hours for the Tasman District Council
On water patrol hours in high use recreational boating areas of the Abel Tasman National Park and the Nelson Lakes National Park plus delivering a “Guide to Boating and Water Sports” brochure to their 18 regional boat ramps
$15,000
Waikato Regional Council
Irene Maton irene.maton@waikatoregion.govt.nz
Operation Neptune 2021-2022
On-water education and enforcement in high risk / high volume boating areas
$15,000
Waka Ama New Zealand
Lara Collins
lara@wakaama.co.nz
Safer Waka Ama
Delivery of online safety workshops. The course is available to all waka ama paddlers who are affiliated to a Waka Ama NZ club. There are 90 clubs from Kaitaia in the north to Invercargill in the South. This course is also available to non-affiliated paddlers, which does include schools, outside organisations such as marae and iwi.
$18,000
Watersafe Auckland Inc (Drowning Prevention Auckland)
Nicola Keen-Biggelaar
nicola@dpanz.org.nz
WaiWise for the Pasifika community
This programme will provide specific drowning prevention education to the Pacific Island community with an emphasis on safer boating within the Auckland region
$8,702
Watersafe Auckland Inc (Drowning Prevention Auckland)
Nicola Keen-Biggelaar
nicola@dpanz.org.nz
Lifejacket hubs and lifejacket loan scheme for drowning prevention education
Drowning Prevention Auckland, in partnership with local boat clubs, surf club, community and church organisations, will provide hubs where people can access lifejackets.
$40,000
Yachting NZ
Raynor Haagh raynor@yachtingnz.org.nz
Yachting New Zealand’s new schools programme Kōkōkaha (powered by the wind)
A training programme that provides a unique opportunity for children aged 8 to 14 years to experience the thrills and spills of sailing while building confidence, encouraging independence, teaching tolerance and teamwork as well as engaging them in our marine environment and promoting water safety.
$25,000
    $740,871.00

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