How to reach the site of the incident in the shortest time ? distance to the shore: 157 m offset at the shore: 222 m way from the lifeguard station to the shore: 111 m Main Lifeguard Station
Swimming without Fins swimming 50 m jumping 10 m wading 20 m swimming 40 m jumping 20 m wading 10 m running 20 m running 190 m running 111 m Time to Approach 156 s
Swimming with Fins Time to Approach 148 s swimming 150 m jumping 20 m wading 20 m running 170 m running 111 m
Paddling with Rescue Board Time to Approach 150 s paddling 170 m running 150 m running 111 m
Paddling with Surf Ski Time to Approach 167 s paddling 283 m running 111 m
Driving of 2 persons with an IRB Time to Approach 98 s driving W 200 m driving N 125 m wading 25 m running 111 m
How to reach the site of the incident in the shortest time ? distance to the shore: 157 m offset at the shore: 222 m way to the shore: 111 m Ranking: 1. Driving with IRB 2. Swimming with Fins 3. Paddling with Rescue Board 4. Swimming without Fins 5. Paddling with Surf Ski 6. Paddling with Cobra Ski
Real rescue situations should be simulated for training purposes.
Special lifesaving sports events and rescue competitions can help to increase the fitness and skills of the lifesavers.
The discussion of dangerous situations within the lifesaving teams at the lifeguard stations, the common daily training and competition of a lifeguard team level fits the members of the rescue team closer together and encourages even the lifesaving technique development.