Surf Life Saving Australia is changing.
Surf Life Saving is evolving – we’ve integrated under one banner, SLSA, in order to increase efficiencies and capacities. We’ve brought Revenue Raising under one roof to streamline our collective fund raising capacity for Surf Life Saving – the states and our members.
“There is now a greater focus on collaboration across the organisation resulting in a more integrated focus on our key stakeholders: our members, sponsors and donors” said acting SLSA CEO Greg Nance.
The recent Deloitte report, which was jointly commissioned by Surf Life Saving Australia and the Surf Life Saving Foundation, contains 43 recommendations which provide for more modern and contemporary governance.
"Every one of the 43 recommendations the Deloitte report is being actioned," Mr Nance said.
You can find a list of the 43 recommendations here
The change process is already underway with the recent appointment to the Surf Life Saving Australia Board of former Channel Nine producer and Avalon Beach Surf Life Saving Club president Christine Hopton, former occupational health national manager for Melbourne Ports, Lynette Barratt and currentSurf Life Saving Foundation Chairman Martin Walsh as independent directors being just one example of a recommendation that has already been actioned .
“The implementation period will take 18 months to complete” said Nance.
“SLSA is a great Australian organisation with a proud past and a great future”.