Lake of the Ozarks Water Safety Council Mission Statement
The Water Safety Council Of Lake Of the Ozarks is a not-for-profit public service organization formed to:
- Promote boating and water safety at the Lake Of The Ozarks.
- Serve as a local (or regional) source for boating and water safety information for the general public.
- Encourage cooperation, networking, and communication between the member agencies of the council as well as other organizations.
The Lake of the Ozarks Water Safety Council was formed in 2007 with the mission of promoting water safety here at Lake of the Ozarks. Specifically, we promote wearing life jackets and designating captains while recreating on the Lake of the Ozarks.
We are fortunate to have representation on our Council from the local area Chambers of Commerce, Missouri State Highway Patrol-Water Division, Camden County Health Department, U.S. Coast Guard, Ameren Missouri, and often times are joined by members of our local media outlets, businesses, and various interested citizens. Our mission of promoting water safety has truly benefitted from the relationships formed on this Council.
Our mission is simple: We want to keep our Lake safe. We want everyone to wear life jackets, designate a captain, and come and enjoy the Lake and all it has to offer in the safest manner possible. The safety on our Lake is imperative to our residents and to our visitors. We want our visitors to be able to share their happy, positive experiences from their time at Lake of the Ozarks, go back home, and encourage others to do the same. And in turn, this benefits our residents and businesses through the vital economic impact that is generated through tourism.
The Lake of the Ozarks Water Safety Council thanks you for your time and attention to the issue of water safety, for not only Lake of the Ozarks, but all of Missouri’s waterways.
Annual Water Safety Seminar
Margaritaville Lake Resort Lake of the Ozarks
(Previously known as Tan-Tar-A Resort)
Address: 494 Tan Tar A Drive, Osage Beach, MO 65065
MEETING DATE: Saturday, May 21, 2022
MEETING TIME: 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Program Starts at 8:30 AM
TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
- Life Jacket Safety
- Proper Sizing
- Education on Various Types
- Missouri Laws
- Boating Safety
- Navigation Rules
- Boating Hazards
- Boat Maintenance
- Free Vessel Inspections
So that our lake boaters have a direct link to Coast Guard Sector Upper Mississippi River. Based on the nature of individual questions, our Public Affairs Officers will respond to questions within a week – often within a couple of days.
Contact Email: SUMR.firstname.lastname@example.org