Lifeguards may work as part of a team or alone. They are responsible for specific sections of a beach, pool, ski resort, or other type of recreational park. They keep watch over park patrons. If they notice someone who is not obeying park or pool rules, it is their responsibility to inform the individual of the rules. If someone is having difficulty swimming then the Lifeguard rushes out to the swimmer who is in danger and brings them back to shore or out of the pool. It is important for Lifeguards to effectively communicate with fellow coworkers and, in appropriate situations, with law enforcement and paramedics.
We provide a traditional educational program with basic supports that allow candidates to succeed in their training, and be able to contribute to their family’s quality of life, well-being, community safety, and to the world at-large. Read about lifeguard history below.
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