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Definition: Drowning in which the guest struggles on the surface for a short period before submerging. Term: What is passive (silent) drowning? Definition: Drowning caused by various physical conditions, such as heart attack or stroke, in which the guest shows no signs of struggle at the surface of the water. Term: How many drowning process are there? Definition: 5 Term: What does EAP stand for? Definition: emergency action plan
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Term: What is EAP? Definition: Written plan for a specific facility outlining step-by-step emergency procedures and responsibilities. Term: What does EMS stand for? Definition: emergency medical services Term: What does BSI stand for? Definition: Body substance isolation Term: What is BSI? Definition: Protective devices and measures taken by rescuers to limit or eliminate direct contact with blood or potentially infectious bodily fluids. Term: What are the two most common lifeguard communication? Definition: whistles and hand signals
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Term: What does one short whistle mean? Definition: Get attention of guest Term: what does two short whistle mean? Definition: Get attention of lifeguard Term: What does 1 long whistle mean? Definition: Activate the EAP Term: What does 2 long whistle mean? Definition: Indicate a major emergency Term: What does pointing mean? Definition: gives direction
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Term: What does raised clenched fist mean? Definition: lifeguard needs help Term: What does crossed arms above the head mean? Definition: to stop dispatch. EX: slides or tube rides Term: What does thumbs up mean? Definition: All right to resume the activity Term: What does tapping the top of your head mean? Definition: watch my area Term: What is assist? Definition: Action of helping a distressed swimmer while being able to maintain the 10/20 protection standard in the Zone of Protection area.
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Term: What is rescue? Definition: Situation in which a lifeguard enters the water to aid a guest in distress Term: What is rotation? Definition: System employed each time a lifeguard leaves his or her post and is relieved by another lifeguard.
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