Services

What services do we provide?

Glasgow Humane Society carries out a variety of work for several different groups including Rowing Clubs, Emergency Services and Private Businesses.

Missing persons

Glasgow Humane Society search for and recover missing persons on behalf of Police Scotland.

Event Safety Cover

Glasgow Humane Society provide water safety services to a number of events including regattas, races and Commercial Events, like TRNSMT Festival.

Public Rescue Equipment

Glasgow Humane Society is contracted by Glasgow City Council to provide and maintain Public Rescue Equipment along the River Clyde. This takes the form of lifbelts, throw ropes and safety signage.

Working with Partner Agencies

Glasgow Humane Society work with a variety of partner agencies. These include Glasgow City Council, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue, SSPCA, Trossachs SAR and many more.

Working with Rowing clubs

Glasgow Humane Society works alongside Rowing Clubs and other river user groups to ensure the safety of all those who use the river. Working with the clubs we devised a set of rules for rowing on the Clyde. These can be viewed here.
A list of Rowing Clubs and their contact information can be found here.

Working with the community

Glasgow Humane Society work closely with many community groups both within Glasgow Green and along the River Clyde to promote water safety, education and drowning prevention. If you think your organisation may be able to work with us to help save lives please get in touch.

our partner agencies

Glasgow Humane Society carries out a variety of work alongside and on behalf of an array of partners. This includes working together both in person, on behalf of or in an advisory role. Below is just some of our partner agencies. 

Glasgow City COuncil
Police Scotland
Scottish Fire & Rescue
HM COastguard Search & Rescue
TROSSACHS SEARCH & RESCUE
FOYLE SEARCH AND RESCUE
ClydePORT / PEEL PORTS
Royal LIFESAving society
Scottish SPCA
City of Glasgow College - Nautical
Coastwatch tay
water safety scotland