The only comprehensive manual for the training and reference of lifeguards at both surf and inland beaches, this manual is designed to be used in basic training of open water (beach) lifeguards and in junior lifeguard programs. It is an essential reference for beach lifeguard supervisors and administrators. This text is consistent with the requirements of the USLA Lifeguard Agency Certification Program. Over 300 pages in length, the manual contains over 100 photographs and 25 technical drawings.There are a variety of other reasons to utilize a rescue boat, but these are the most common. ... The most reliable method of ship to shore communication is the two-way radio and most modern lifeguard agencies equip their rescue boats with such equipment. ... A motorized rescue boat, for example, will be of little use and perhaps seriously impede an expeditious rescue response if the motor wona#39;t start .
|Title||:||The United States Lifesaving Association Manual of Open Water Lifesaving|
|Author||:||B. Chris Brewster, United States Lifesaving Association|