How to handle trouble in the water-lifeguard

How to handle trouble in the water-lifeguard

People have found new hobbies and leisure activities thanks to the easy flow of trends. These activities allow them socialize and make good use of their time. Swimming is a popular trend, especially in summers. It allows people to spend quality time in the water, which in turn helps them feel refreshed and ready to tackle new challenges. Swimming improves the brain and body’s health, creating harmony among them. People learn to swim all types of swimming, including butterfly, breaststroke and freestyle. There are certain rules that must be followed throughout the learning process. Lifeguards are always present around swimming pools to ensure safety. They often make sudden movements in the event of an emergency. The AED (Automatic External Defibrillator), first aid, has taught lifeguards to be well-built swimmers. They are trained to rescue swimmers in any emergency. There are many tools and equipment that can be used to rescue someone who is swimming in danger or who needs assistance with their movements. AED offers a Lifeguard training course to help people who wish to become lifeguards.
Responsibilities for a Lifeguard
The lifeguard training course teaches the following skills to lifeguards:
Information, knowledge and learning about the lifeguard
How to inoculate your tools and skills into the swimmers

Inclusions in Lifeguard Course
The following categories are used by lifeguards to assist victims or in emergencies:
Passive drowning victims:

Passive drowning victims are swimmers who become inactive in the pool. In this case, lifeguards rescue them immediately
Active drowning victims:

Swimmers who sink in the water are considered active drowning victims. In this instance, lifeguards can rescue them immediately.
Swimmers who are in distress:

Swimmers who have problems while swimming are called distressed swimmers. In this instance, lifeguards help them.
Normal swimmers:

Lifeguards are taught that swimmers who are able to swim properly are the ones who don’t need assistance.