EllisDocs, the proprietary new app-based technology solution, will allow aquatic facilities, big or small, to digitize inspections, record-keeping and reports in one easy-to-use app.
Roaring Springs’ new expansion received the prestigious Leading Edge Award at the World Waterpark Association conference last week in New Orleans, LA. The award recognizes innovation and creativity in waterpark projects from around the world. The two-year project elevated Roaring Springs to one of the largest waterparks in the US.
As Ellis & Associates marks 40 years of making a difference in aquatic safety, the company has named a new Medical Director, Dr. Roy Sittig. A former E&A lifeguard, Dr. Sittig, board-certified in internal medicine, has been practicing for nearly 20 years.
E&A was founded out of a desire to make the aquatic environment safer, and to save lives. For more than 40 years, that goal has been the driving factor in everything the company does, including research and testing of new procedures and products that make aquatics safer for swimmers and for lifeguards.
Lifeguards play a tremendous role at aquatic facilities; they are the first responders, keeping patrons safe and risking their own health for swimmers.
We have some incredible plans in store for International Lifeguard Appreciation Day (ILAD) this year so get ready to jump in!
E&A has marked more ‘first and only’ moments than any other aquatic safety organization in the world, including the first lifeguard training program designed specifically for pools and water parks, introduction of rescue tube technology, and establishment of the “10/20 Standard” for lifeguard accountability.
Phoenix, Arizona was once again home to the aquatic industry’s longest-running, largest, and most comprehensive safety school.
The IAAPA Brass Ring Awards recognize the best of the best in our industry at IAAPA Expo Orlando including the best new products and trade show booths among each year’s exhibitors.