Lifeguard Management

unsafe conditions
Management must address
facility and employees
Management must keep records on
easy to find and use
MSDS should be
Hazard Communication Standard
Proper handling, care, and storage of chemicals
handling care storage
Hazard Communication Standard
Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
OSHA on body fluids
exposure control plan
employer info for body fluid exposure
assist
after an emergency, management should
agonal gasps
not breathing
zone of surveillance
watch this
reach
a distressed swimmer can
instinctive drowning response
distinctive drowning behavior
active drowning victim
tilted face up
passive drowning victim
face up or down or submerged
movement
drowning victims have little
breath face actions
Drowning #1
head body movement
Drowning #2
laryngospasm
involuntary breath holding
3 minutes
cardiac arrest at
4 minutes
brain dead at
1.5 minutes
ventilations will usually resuscitate at
recognize act
effective surveillance
bottom middle surface
Places to scan
scanning
technique for watching patrons called
directly at each area
to scan, look
zones
zone of surveillance responsibility
recognition
R
intrusion
I
distraction
D