Download printable WaterSmartFL safety brochures, posters, and Water Watcher tags. Some items are available in both English and Spanish. Feature all of the WaterSmartFL materials in your business or office.




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Partner and Facts Handout Layers of Protection

The Facts

English | Spanish

Layers of Protection

English | Spanish


Physical Barriers

WaterSmartFL Poster

Physical Barriers

English | Spanish

WaterSmartFL Poster

English | Spanish

Logo:  Web Version WaterSmart FL Brochure

Logo: Web Version (JPG)


WaterSmartFL Brochure

English | Spanish

Postcard Sticker/Window Cling


English | Spanish

Sticker/Window Cling

English | Spanish


Water Watcher Tag

 Keep kids from drowning poster.


Water Watcher Tag

English | Spanish

Keep kids from drowning.

Poster 18x24

Infographic for Child Drowning in Florida for Ages 0-19 based on 2017 surveillance data. 

84.5 percent of people who drowned in a recreational boating incident were not wearing a life jacket. 15.5 percent of people who drowned in a recreational drowning incident were wearing a life jacket.

Children with Disabilities

Looking for information on keeping children with disabilities safe in and around the water?

Find safety information for your local area at the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities:


Josh the Baby Otter shares strategies to include children with autism spectrum disorder in water safety.


The Friendship Circle provides "5 Water Safety Resources for Children with Special Needs".


Water Safety for Families with Children with Special Needs (video from Safe Kids Worldwide):

Looking for a water safety video?

Here are links to videos you can download.


Be a Water Watcher! Keep kids safe in the water by designating a water watcher who can focus and limit distractions. (Ounce of Prevention Fund)

Two children standing in front of a pool.


The Coat Float Song - Alaska Native traditional song with a message about wearing personal floatation devices (Alaska's Office of Boating Safety)

Man and boy dancing to the Coat Float song about wearing personal floatation devices.


Pool Life PSA - With Jeffrey the Water Drop

Two children playing on a raft in the pool.


Safety in Seconds:  Water Safety (from Safe Kids Worldwide)

A family swimming in a community pool.


Water Safety for Families with Children with Special Needs (from Safe Kids Worldwide)

A child wearing a life jacket in the pool.


No Second Chances:  Learn how simple safety steps can mean the difference between a close call and a call to 911. A Pool Safely video from the Consumer Product Safety Commission

A swimmer with their head under water and their hands above water.




Pool Safely Song by Laurie Berkner

Photo of Laurie Berkner and the Pool Safely logo.







Life Jackets save lives! Boat U.S. Foundation provides step-by-step instructions to establish a life jacket loaner program.

According to the U.S. Coast Guard, 84.5 percent of recreational boating-related drowning victims were not wearing a life jacket (2017).

Make sure kids wear life jackets in and around open bodies of water such as lakes and oceans, even if they know how to swim. A life jacket does not take the place of supervision!