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Remember that the guests are aware of your movements and the way you conduct yourself. 5. Rotate professionally with no loss of eye contact to the zone. Proactively scan the zone before you rotate. Confirm with the other lifeguard that the bottom is clear. 11 Rotate stations without losing eye contact with the zone. 6. Be sure that the incoming lifeguard is ready and has assumed responsibility for the area before you leave. Proactively scan the zone after you rotate. Confirm with the other lifeguard that the bottom is clear.

These special areas can be protected following a 10/3 Minute Rule, which states that the entire lakefront area must be able to be searched within 3 minutes. 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.

There is a recognized pattern to the drowning process. The time span for the complete process may vary from seconds to minutes. Children seem to move through the drowning process more quickly than adults. Their pattern of distress may include a slight struggle once completely submerged, followed immediately by unconsciousness. A child may appear to be "bobbing" in the water. This is an attempt to get to the surface. Recognition, reaction, and treatment by the lifeguard may be the difference between life and death.

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