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6. It is very hot in your facility and you are starting to doze on the stand. All of the following can help you stay alert EXECPT for: a. Jumping in the pool while on surveillance duty to cool off. b. Rotating more frequently. c. Staying in a cooler area during breaks. d. Staying hydrated while drinking plenty of water.
3 DO NOT WRITE ON THIS EXAM 7. You enter the mechanical room and find a maintenance worker lying on their back on the floor next to a ladder. You check the scene and determine it is safe to enter. During your primary assessment, you find the victim is unresponsive but breathing. You must leave to get help, what should you do? 8. When completing an incident report: 9. 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? 10. Which of the following is true of a submerged, unresponsive victim in deep water that you suspect has a spinal injury? a. You must keep your rescue tube on throughout the rescue. b. If the victim is not breathing, you would remove the victim from the water immediately without strapping them to a backboard. c. To minimize movement, you should keep them in the deep end of the pool during the rescue. d. You should provide in-water ventilations while other lifeguards strap the victim to the backboard.