Ymweld â’r traeth? Gobeithio fyddwch chi’n #joioHDP yn ddiogel. Dyma ychydig o gyngor:

1. Byddwch yn ymwybodol o amserau llanw. Galwch heibio i www.metoffice.gov.uk
2. Os ydych chi’n canfod eich hun yn annisgwyl yn y dŵr – arnofiwch er mwyn cynyddu’ch siawns o fyw.
Os ydych chi’n gweld rhywun mewn trafferth yn y dŵr – galwch 999 neu 112 a gofynnwch am Wyliwr y Glannau.

Galwch heibio i www.respectthewater.com am ragor o wybodaeth.


Visiting the beach? We hope you #EnjoyDPP safely. Here’s some advice:

1. Be aware of tide times. Visit www.metoffice.gov.uk
2. If you find yourself unexpectedly in the water – float to increase your chances of survival.
3. If you see someone else in trouble in the water – call 999 or 112 and ask for the Coastguard.

Visit www.respectthewater.com for more information #RespectTheWater

More people die at the coast in August than in any other month of the year. But less than one-fifth (17%) of the population say they would call 999 immediately if they saw someone in struggling in the sea.

So, this August, let’s get this message out: fight your instincts to go in the water yourself. Instead, call 999 and ask for the coastguard. #RespectTheWater

Comments (1)

  • Dave Sheldrake

    #999First but I can’t in all honesty say I could stand by and watch somebody drown..no matter what the risk to me..I’m just not wired that way

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