Egmond Redding's brigade which in 1928 was founded to serve accidents at Egmond beach, and drowning victims and in or on the adjacent North Sea. In the summer months the ERB is active in the Egmond beach for monitoring task but remember that the ERB is used throughout the year for emergencies on the beach, in the North Sea and in the dunes.

rdb-1Egmond Rescue has approximately 150 membership. About 75 Members are actively used during the monitoring task. The other members are youth members and older members who have had their active time in the rescue.

Joining starts 11 year but the minimum age for active monitoring task 15 year. You do not necessarily from an early age to become a member, when you're older, you can be sure lifeguard.

The best-known process is the monitoring task which is performed in the summer months. But also outside the monitoring times and outside the summer months the ERB is active in emergencies but also in various events.

Egmond Rescue is a volunteer organization which consists of some 75 active members. In addition, there are approximately 50 youth members attached to the ERB. Youth members are not used for repressive task.

Each bewakingsdag least two experienced lifeguards, during weekend days four lifeguards are scheduled. For our monitoring task are approximately 75 volunteers available.

The beach station has offered rooms:

  • Daycare.
  • Communication space.
  • First Aid
  • Wet room (to include life jackets, survival suits).
  • Locker rooms (male / female).
  • Kitchen.
  • Storage (1x large and 1 small).
  • Toilets (male / female).
  • Showers (1x hot and cold 1x).

Besides this beach station are also a trigger loft (for storage equipment) and a fuel loft (storage fuel / oil) on the beach.

The ERB barracks formerly used by the Fire Department and the ERB, during the relocation of the Fire the barracks of the town (temporarily) been assigned. In the barracks is stored equipment in the winter months and maintenance committed.
In addition, can be given in the training barracks.

Membership in join

Egmond Rescue has approximately 180 membership. About 100 Members are actively used during the monitoring task. The other members are youth members and older members who have had their active time in the rescue. Joining starts 11 year but the minimum age for active monitoring task 15 year. You do not necessarily from an early age to become a member, when you're older, you can be sure lifeguard.

Rush

Egmond's Rescue 24 hour, seven days a week 365 days per year used for emergencies or to the Egmond beach.

  • For immediate assistance please call: 1-1-2.

Strand in bewakeingspost

From 1 June to 15 September the security post of the Egmond Rescue least open daily from 09.00 to 18.00 hour.

  • Strandpost: 072 506 18 87
  • Alarmlijn: 072 506 33 12

The Secretariat

For information about deploying and incidents please contact the information.

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