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Nowadays, there are various modern technologies and more convenient. Humans must have self-development to keep up with the changing technology, as well as to develop factors that contribute to human comfortable. Humans also need to develop operational systems to raise standard operating procedures of the organization to keep pace with the innovations that changed today. Thailand has the area next to the sea; the river is a natural source and swimming pool that provide revenue to country from both Thai and foreign tourists. However, Thailand has not enough standard operating procedures in sea safety to make the tourists have the confidence form statistics drowned ago. In order to raising sea-based tourism safety standards, it is important and essential to have standard operating procedures development for Surf Lifesaving Association. It includes work health and safety, information management, obligations and standards, regulations - rescue vessel, gear and equipment, radio communications, patrol operations (general/emergency), surf emergency response, search and rescue operations, lifesaving center, lifesaving vessels and aircraft and post incident.
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