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On the guard II : the YMCA lifeguard manual by YMCA of the U S A

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For each nonswimmer, also have a swimmer in the boat at all times. Return all equipment to the boathouse. Tell management if any equipment needs repair. • Don't drir\k alcohol in or around boats. • Attend a course on safe boating. Free courses are offered by volunteers from the Coast Guard Auxiliary, the Power Squadron, and the American Red Cross. S. Foundation CourseLine, 800366-BOAT. Your local YMCA also may offer a safe boating course. S. S. S. org PERSONAL WATERCRAFT SAFETY powered by a waterjet pump rather than an external propellor.

Spend time doing some kind control your emotions 1 1 Are you underweight? 12. Do you smoke? of physical fitness activity? effectively? Drink? Take drugs? you answered no to some of items 1 through 9 and yes to some of items 1 0, 11 and 12, you may want to consider some changes in your lifestyle. The changes you decide on could be important not only to the patrons of your facility but also to your personal development. What changes would you like to make in your lifestyle? If Personal Equipment you will need certain equipment to carry out your job and to be comfortable while on duty.

S. 16). Your mouth should be out of the water, and you should float without any physical effort. If your jacket rides up, try securing it more tightly to your body. If it still rides up, you may need a smaller life jacket or a differstraps, ties, correctly. ent type. 16 Testing a life I jacket. Heat Escape Lessening Posture If you should out of a boat into the water far from land, your first concern should be until help arrives. Immersion hypothermia, the cooling of the body from fall keeping warm suspension in cold water, is dangerous and potentially life-threatening.

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