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By Bhushan, Vikas
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You must also be aware that there are certain situations that will allow you to anticipate potential incidents before they occur. There are three categories of concern: 1. GUESTSeveryone who enters your facility has the potential for becoming distressed. 2. LOCATIONplaces where guests are most likely to become distressed. 3. TIMEStimes of the day that statistically have had high rescue rates. All of these categories have been determined by actual rescue statistics involving millions of guests and thousands of documented rescues compiled by Ellis & Associates.
1 Understand and implement the 10/20 and 10/3 Protection Rules. 2 Remember the 10/20 rule at all times so you can be ready for any situation. 3a Lifeguard zone coverage. 3b Lifeguard zone coverage with no lifeguard in position 1. 3c Lifeguard zone coverage, no lifeguards 3 and 7. Zones Each lifeguard station, or position, is assigned a specific area of responsibility, or zone. In a multiple lifeguard facilty, the zone will be different for each position at your facility. You must be able to clearly see every part of your zone.
Below the surface, beyond arms' reach. In all three of these locations, the guest will either be breathing or not breathing. 5 A guest in distress on the surface. Body positionThe body will come to a diagonal or vertical position. There is no kick and the arms are extended out to the side. It may look like the guest is trying to reach or grab for something. The guest may have turned toward safety (a lifeguard position, a wall, or a lane line). MovementThere will be little or no forward movement.
Anatomy by Bhushan, Vikas