Question 1:To whom does a lifeguard owe their primary responsibility? The casualty Any bystander Themselves The ambulance crew Question 2:What is the main role of a lifeguard? To prevent accidents To give First Aid To rescue a casualty in distress To talk to the public Question 3:Which of the following describes intensive zoning? All lifeguards looking in and around the whole pool Each lifeguard has their own zone/section of the pool to observe One lifeguard has their own zone and the other lifeguard oversee that area None of the above Question 4:When would extensive zoning be used? When there are lots of activities taking place In a quiet irregular shaped pool with lots of blind spots In a quiet rectangular pool In a busy irregular shaped pool with blind spots Question 5:Which of the following is not a lifeguard hazard? Talking to members of public for a long period of time Being in the wrong position for a good view of the pool Standing next to other lifeguards and chatting They are all lifeguard hazards Question 6:What is the most important reason for wearing a uniform? It looks smart It is easy to swim in It is easy to identify the wearer It is comfortable Question 7:Why should a Lifeguard never wear jewellery when on duty? It could injure a casualty during a rescue It may hinder you during a rescue It might break or become lost during a rescue All of the above Question 8:Which of the following is not an important reason for attending staff training? You have a legal duty to attend any training that is provided It is the only time that you get together with all your colleagues for a social. It enables you to keep your skills up to date It gives you more confidence that you will be able to respond correctly in the event of an emergency Question 9:What is the correct difference between the lifeguard and the lifesaver? A lifeguard does not have the correct rescue equipment, a lifesaver has. A lifesaver fills out an accident report form, a lifeguard gives a verbal report to the emergency services A lifeguard is a professional and has a duty to respond to an emergency, a lifesaver only has a moral responsibility A lifesaver is trained, a lifeguard may or may not be trained Question 10:Which of the following is not an important reason to rotate your lifeguard station every 1/2hour? So that you can have a chat to your colleagues To enable you to remain alert It is written in the NOP and it is important that all lifeguards adhere to this document. So that all lifeguards can work in a variety of areas.