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Swim/Water Safety. Who’s watching the children?. Red Cross Swim Safety Tips. Red Cross Water Safety Tips. Never swim alone. Red Cross Water Safety Tips. Never swim alone Know your limits. Red Cross Water Safety Tips. Never swim alone Know your limits Keep an eye on weaker swimmers.

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Swim/Water Safety


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Who’s watching the children?


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Red Cross

Swim Safety Tips


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Red Cross Water Safety Tips

  • Never swim alone


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Red Cross Water Safety Tips

  • Never swim alone

  • Know your limits


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Red Cross Water Safety Tips

  • Never swim alone

  • Know your limits

  • Keep an eye on weaker swimmers


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Red Cross Water Safety Tips

  • Never swim alone

  • Know your limits

  • Keep an eye on weaker swimmers

  • Alcohol and swimming don’t mix


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Red Cross Water Safety Tips

  • Never swim alone

  • Know your limits

  • Keep an eye on weaker swimmers

  • Alcohol and swimming don’t mix

  • Obey “No Diving” signs


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Red Cross Water Safety Tips

  • Never swim alone

  • Know your limits

  • Keep an eye on weaker swimmers

  • Alcohol and swimming don’t mix

  • Obey “No Diving” signs

  • Do not chew gum or eat while swimming


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Red Cross Water Safety Tips

  • Never swim alone

  • Know your limits

  • Keep an eye on weaker swimmers

  • Alcohol and swimming don’t mix

  • Obey “No Diving” signs

  • Do not chew gum or eat while swimming

  • Be aware of local weather conditions


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Red Cross Water Safety Tips

Watch for the “Dangerous Too’s”

  • Too Tired

  • Too Cold

  • Too far from safety

  • Too much Sun

  • Too much strenuous activity


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Beach swimming


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Rip Currents


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Lifesaving


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Someone is drowning!

What do you do?


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Reach, Throw, Row and Tow


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Reach, Throw, Row and Tow

  • Reach for the Victim


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Reach, Throw, Row and Tow

  • Reach for the Victim

  • Throw something to the victim


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Reach, Throw, Row and Tow

  • Reach for the Victim

  • Throw something to the victim

  • Row-Use a boat or float


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Reach, Throw, Row and Tow

  • Reach for the Victim

  • Throw something to the victim

  • Row-Use a boat or float

  • Tow- as a last resort, go in the water.


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Remember!

Getting into trouble

in or on the water

can happen very quickly.

Drowning is a slow Death.


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Intermission


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Okay, Break’s over…

Time for the next class!


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Boating Safety


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The Law


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The Roberson/Archer Act

of 1994, requires operator

certification for all

operators of motorized

vessels in the state of Alabama

on or before Apr.28, 1999


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The Titanic


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Trivia Quiz

What single COLREGS rule

did the Captain of the

Titanic break?


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Answer

Captain Smith was in a hurry

The COLREGS rule that

was broken was RULE 6:

“Every vessel shall at all times

proceed at a safe speed…”


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Booze and Boating


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Boating while Intoxicated

Alabama: Laws and penalties are the

Same as for driving.

Federal: Blood/alcohol content of .10%

civil penalty of $1000., Criminal penalty

of $5000., one year imprisonment or both.


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Double Jeopardy!

Plan to pay in both places!


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Personal

Floatation

Device

(PFD)


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Type I


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Type II


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Type III


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Type IV


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Type V


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Face up

or

Face Down?


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Recent PFD Tests


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Dr. Harvey Barnett

tested 47 different PFDs.

Only 17 floated the child face-up.

Only one of the 17 passed the speed test.


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Don’t let your child’s

first lesson in using

a life jacket take place

during an actual

emergency!


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  • Recap

  • Get Certified - Know and Obey the rules.

  • Booze and Boating don’t mix.

  • Wear your PFD.


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That’s all folks!


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