The Estepona Town Hall will put into operation tomorrow, Friday, the rescue and rescue service on the city’s beaches, which will be provided continuously until September 15, as reported this Wednesday by the acting councilor for the sector, Susana Aragón.
The mayor has explained that La Rada will have 8 aquatic and 3 terrestrial lifeguards; The Christ with 3 aquatic lifeguards and 1 terrestrial; El Padrón with 2 aquatic lifeguards and 1 terrestrial; Arroyo Vaquero 2 aquatic lifeguards and 1 land lifeguard; and El Saladillo with 2 aquatic lifeguards and 1 land lifeguard.
In addition, the lifeguard service will be provided from 12:00 to 20:00, and there is a ambulance with a medical transport technician, a land lifeguard and a nurse, as well as a skippered rescue boat and a water lifeguard.
The surveillance service concessionaire is also in charge of providing the beach modules with medical supplies such as first aid kits, defibrillators, collars neck braces and all the necessary utensils for a position of these characteristics.
Likewise, the municipal manager has indicated that this season, beach users will also be offered a daily assisted toilet service for people with reduced mobility. This activity, which is free, is also available until September 15, from 12:00 to 20:00.
Users will have this service Assisted baths on the beaches of La Rada (Monterroso module) and El Cristo de Estepona. 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 walkways with a special width at public accesses to the beaches, which allows the transit of wheelchairs. In addition, shaded areas have been provided for people with mobility difficulties.