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NSRI’s Pink Rescue Buoy is part of an emergency flotation equipment trial in Sydney, Australia.Surf Life Saving New South Wales has started a trial of Rescue Floatation Equipment (RFE) designed to assist a member of the public in the event they attempt to rescue someone from the water.The project, which is taking place today and tomorrow at Manly beach, Sydney, aims to test a variety of floatation devices from around the world, including the NSRI’s Pink Rescue Buoy, for suitability for use on Australian Beaches. This trial will form part of research into the perceptions, motivations and mechanisms of bystander rescues.
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