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Awareness and Recognition Must Knows Guest In Distress CPR Lifeguard Phases
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The 10/20 protection standard states...


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The 10/20 protection standard states...
A requirement that provides 10 seconds to recognize a guest in distress and an additional 20 seconds to reach the guest and render aid

What is the 5 minute rule?


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What is the 5 minute rule?
Change your postioning on stand every 5 minutes, standing up, sitting down, roving

What is a high risk area and give an example.


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What is a high risk area and give an example.
Areas in which a potential hazard can occur.

3 things to be aware of when lifeguarding that may make you change your postioning.


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3 things to be aware of when lifeguarding that may make you change your postioning.
Glare on the warer, high risk area, novious swimmer

Draw a pool with 3 zones of coverage and show a different scanning pattern for each zone


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Draw a pool with 3 zones of coverage and show a different scanning pattern for each zone
Up and down, side to side, figure 8, ABCs, Circlular, etc.

What is the proper way to hold a rescue tube?


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What is the proper way to hold a rescue tube?
In front or to the side of you, strap across chest, holding slack in hand

What is the proper lifeguard attire?


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What is the proper lifeguard attire?
Hat, Sunglasses, Whistle, Rescue tube, shorts, tank top, sunscreen

Two whistle blasts indicates a....


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Two whistle blasts indicates a....
Major emergancy

Explain the rotations process.


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Explain the rotations process.
The incoming lifeguard performs a profound, proactive bottom scan to determine if the zone is clear. Once the zone is clear, the incoming lifeguard can begin normal scanning while the outgoing lifeguard performs a profound, proactive bottom scan to determine if the zone is clear. The lifeguards should signal to each other that both have determined that the zone is clear before the rotation is complete

Which lifeguard assumes your responsibility if you have to leave your stand for an emergancy?


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Which lifeguard assumes your responsibility if you have to leave your stand for an emergancy?
The lifeguard to your left

Name 3 signs of drowning.


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Name 3 signs of drowning.
Grasping for air, vertical feet, head back, arms extended to the side, little to no forward movement

Signals to indicate a guest in distress.


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Signals to indicate a guest in distress.
One long whistle blast and finger point

What are the two types of drowning?


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What are the two types of drowning?
Active and Passive

You notice a conscious guest in distress whose head is tilted back with his face upward. The guest has little to no leg movement. These signs are evidence of what stage of the drowning process?


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You notice a conscious guest in distress whose head is tilted back with his face upward. The guest has little to no leg movement. These signs are evidence of what stage of the drowning process?
The surprise stage

A guest is found partially submerged. The guest appears rigid and exhibits jerking motions. During the rescue you notice the guest's skin is blue and froth is coming from the mouth. The guest is most likely in which stage of drowning?


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A guest is found partially submerged. The guest appears rigid and exhibits jerking motions. During the rescue you notice the guest's skin is blue and froth is coming from the mouth. The guest is most likely in which stage of drowning?
Hypoxic convulsions stage

What is the first step in the CPR process?


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What is the first step in the CPR process?
Survey the Scene

What is the compression to breath ratio when you are preforming CPR on your own?


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What is the compression to breath ratio when you are preforming CPR on your own?
30:2

How many total ventaltions do you give a child during rescue breathing?


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How many total ventaltions do you give a child during rescue breathing?
40 ventaltions

How far do you compress the chest cavity in an adult?


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How far do you compress the chest cavity in an adult?
2 inches

What are 5 differences between infant and child CPR?


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What are 5 differences between infant and child CPR?
Tickle foot, check pulse on bracial artery, put in puffs, 2 fingers, cradle when becoming concious again

If you dont know, ______!


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If you dont know, ______!
GO

The Golden Rule of Guest Relations is:___________?


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The Golden Rule of Guest Relations is:___________?
Treat guests the way you would like to be treated, with respect

EAP stands for ________ and EMS stands for ________.


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EAP stands for ________ and EMS stands for ________.
Emergancy Action Plan ; Emergancy medical services

The 'Standard of Care' concept refers to:


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The 'Standard of Care' concept refers to:
Skills and care that would be normally provided by other lifeguards in a similar situation

BSI stands for __________ and


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BSI stands for __________ and
Body substance isolation; Treating all bodily fluids as if they are contaminated and using appropriate personal protective devices to avoid direct contact

Explain the 5 stages of drowning.


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Explain the 5 stages of drowning.
Suprise, Involuntary breath holding, unconciousness, hypoxic convulsions, clinical death




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