When a lifeguard blows 3 whistles it means?

When Lifeguards Blow 3 whistles it means?

Lifeguards go through 12.5-32.5 hours of intensive training that focuses on proper pool surveillance, preventing emergencies, and responding to emergencies.

If you hear 3 whistles, a patron needs help either in the water or on the deck around and near the pool.

What can you do to help?

1. Help the lifeguards lift a victim out of the pool ( NOT assisting with the in-water rescue)

2. Calling 911 or your local emergency number.

3. Crowd control and directing emergency personnel to the location of the emergency.

4. Getting supplies such as the backboard, AED, first aid kits, and notifying other staff and the parents of the kids.

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