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11. You are a lifeguard on surveillance duty during a busy family swim session. It is important to:CorrectIncorrect
12. A head, neck or spinal injury rarely happens:CorrectIncorrect
- Which of the following is true about accidental fecal releases (AFRs)?
14. Which of the following is a primary responsibility of a lifeguard?CorrectIncorrect
15. You are lifeguarding during a family swim session when you notice a swimmer swimming full lengths of the pool under water. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
16. After removing a responsive victim you suspect has a spinal injury from the water, you should do all the following except:CorrectIncorrect
17. You enter the water to rescue a victim with a suspected spinal injury. You determine that the victim is not breathing. What should you do next?CorrectIncorrect
18. A lifeguard keeps an eye on the patrons of the pool, actively searching and checking the bottom, middle and surface of the water. The lifeguard is demonstrating:CorrectIncorrect
19. A parent and child walk over to you; the parent states that the child fell on the pool deck and hit their head. You notice there is blood and fluid running from the child’s ear and they are feeling dizzy. You activate the EAP and summon EMS personnel. What steps should you take next?CorrectIncorrect
- The lifeguard supervisor expects the pool to be very busy in the afternoon. For effective patron surveillance, the supervisor sets up multiple lifeguard stations to reduce the number of patrons watched by each lifeguard. This type of coverage is called: