Estepona City Council has put into operation the rescue and lifeguard service on the beaches of the city, which will be provided continuously until September 15, as well as assisted bathrooms in La Rada and El Cristo, as reported on Wednesday by the councilor of the branch, Susana Aragón.
The municipal official explained that The Rada will have 8 aquatic lifeguards and 3 terrestrial, El Cristo with 3 and 1, El Padrón with 2 and 1; Arroyo Vaquero 2 with aquatic lifeguards and 1 on land and El Saladillo with 2 aquatic and 1 land lifeguards.
In addition, the lifeguard service has at its disposal a ambulance with a medical transport techniciana ground rescuer and a nurse, as well as a rescue boat with skipper and lifeguard.
The concessionary company of the surveillance service is also in charge of providing the sanitary material beach modules such as first aid kits, defibrillators, cervical collars and all utensils needed for a job of these features.
Likewise, the municipal official has indicated that this season beach users will also be offered a daily assisted bathing service for people with reduced mobility. Is free activity is also available until September 15, from 12:00 to 20:00.
Users will have this Assisted bathing service on the beaches of La Rada (Monterroso module) and Christ. In both enclaves there will be socio-sanitary technicians and adapted material which includes amphibious chairs, adapted loungers, walkers for the sand and sets of amphibious crutches.
The Consistory has also installed catwalks with a special width in the public accesses to the beaches, which allows the wheelchair transit. In addition, shaded areas have been set aside for people with mobility difficulties.