American Red Cross lifeguarding: textbook

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American Red Cross, 1990 - Sports & Recreation - 301 pages
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This text is intended as a guide for lifeguards, for lifeguard training instructors, and for managers of aquatic facilities who want to establish a system for selecting, training, and using lifeguards ... This text focuses on the skills and knowledge an individual requires to properly assume lifeguarding responsibilities at a swimming pool, water park, or a protected (nonsurf) open-water beach. This text emphasizes that additional training will need to be provided by aquatic facilities where lifeguards are employed. -Chap. 1.

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Records and Reports
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Emergencies
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Mask Fins and Snorkel Skills
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Spinal Injury Management
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Chains of Command
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