We are a fully independent, Australian company. Our resources are backed by experienced personnel. With our particular combination of technology and people, SWIMSAFE AUSTRALIA is able to offer:
- Expertise in design
- The means to process orders and deliver world-wide.
- A guarantee of the highest quality and standard rating garments.
- Assurance of consistently meeting tight time frames and deadlines.
- A genuine commitment to client service and satisfaction.
- Recognised experience, which enables us to provide innovative and high quality customer service.
- Communicative, co-operative and multi-lingual management.
Swimsafe Australia was established in March 1997. The rising awareness of the harmful effects of the sun's rays, particularly in children, led us to incorporate a fabric, especially rated tor its Ultra Violet Protection qualities, into a sun-protective swimming costume. We then produced the Floatsuit. This incorporated foam buoyancy into our sun-protective suits for children learning to swim.
This development has involved:
- Carrying out actual swim tests with children under the supervision of professional swimming instructors
- Foam testing for buoyancy.
- Testing for fabric strength.
- UV tested by the Australia Cancer Council.
Floatsuit has been tested by Standards Australia and complies (and exceeds) all criteria. (AS1900 Flotation Aids).
The Floatsuit is covered with a worldwide patent, which has been assessed and granted. A design registration has also been applied for and received.
Swimsafe Australia exists to provide the best possible products in the field of sun protection for children.
Our costs are competitive but reflect the quality of our product. We pride ourselves on our client service, attention to detail, flexibility, turnaround and our innovative approach to design and originality.
This statement expresses our interest and our abilities. We look forward to receiving opportunities for immediate and long-term association with organizations and people who have an interest in the safety and well-being of young children and the view that 'prevention is better than cure'.