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Lifesaving p 2 Merit Badge Workbook Scout s Name, First Class Rank Requirements 9a 9c. 9a Tell what precautions should be taken for a safe trip afloat. 9b Before doing the following requirements successfully complete the BSA swimmer test. 9c With a helper and a practice victim show a line rescue both as tender and as rescuer The practice victim should be. approximately 30 feet fro shore in deep water, b Swim continuously for 400 yards using each of the following strokes in a strong manner for at least 50 continuous yards front. crawl sidestroke breaststroke and elementary backstroke. 2 Explain the following, a Common drowning situations and how to prevent them. b How to identify persons in the water who need assistance. c The order of methods in water rescue, d How rescue techniques vary depending on the setting and the condition of the person needing assistance. Lifesaving p 3 Merit Badge Workbook Scout s Name, e Situations for which in water rescues should not be undertaken.
3 Demonstrate reaching rescues using various items such as arms legs towels shirts paddles and poles. 4 Demonstrate throwing rescues using various items such as lines ring buoys rescue bags and free floating supports. Successfully place at least one such aid within reach of a practice victim 25 feet from shore. 5 Show or explain the use of rowboats canoes and other small craft in performing rescues. 6 List various items that can be used as rescue aids in a non contact swimming rescue. Explain why buoyant aids are preferred, 7 Perform the following equipment based rescues for a conscious practice subject 30 feet from shore Use a proper entry and a. strong approach stroke Speak to the subject to determine his condition and to provide instructions and encouragement. a Present a rescue tube to the subject release it and escort the victim to safety. b Present a rescue tube to the subject and use it to tow the victim to safety. c Present a buoyant aid other than a rescue tube to the subject release it and escort the victim to safety. d Present a buoyant aid other than a rescue tube to the subject and use it to tow the victim to safety. e Remove street clothes in 20 seconds or less and use a non buoyant aid such as a shirt or towel to tow the subject to safety. Explain when it is appropriate to remove heavy clothing before attempting a swimming rescue. 8 Explain the importance of avoiding contact with an active victim. and describe lead and wait tactics, 9 Perform the following non equipment rescues for a conscious practice subject 30 feet from shore Begin in the water from a. position near the subject Speak to the subject to determine his condition and to provide instructions and encouragement. a Provide a swim along assist for a calm responsive tired swimmer moving with a weak forward stroke. b Perform an armpit tow for a calm responsive tired swimmer resting with a back float. c Perform a cross chest carry for an exhausted passive victim who does not respond to instructions to aid himself. 10 In deep water show how to escape from a victim s grasp on your wrist Repeat for front and rear holds about the head and. Lifesaving p 4 Merit Badge Workbook Scout s Name, 11 Perform the following rescues for an unconscious practice subject at or near the surface 30 feet from shore Use a proper entry. and strong approach stroke Speak to the subject and splash water on him to determine his condition before making contact. Remove the victim from the water with assistance if needed and position for CPR. a Perform an equipment assist using a buoyant aid, b Perform a front approach and wrist tow. c Perform a rear approach and armpit tow, 12 Describe how to respond if a victim submerges before being reached by a rescuer and do the following.
a Recover a 10 pound weight in 8 to 10 feet of water using a feet first surface dive. b Repeat using a headfirst surface dive, 13 Demonstrate knowledge of resuscitation procedures. a Describe how to recognize the need for rescue breathing and CPR. b Demonstrate proper CPR technique for at least 3 minutes using a mannequin designed to simulate ventilations and. compressions, 14 Demonstrate management of a spinal injury. a Explain the signs and symptoms of a spinal injury. b Support a face up victim in calm shallow water, c Turn a subject from a facedown to a face up position while maintaining support. 15 Show that you know first aid for other injuries or illnesses that could occur while swimming or boating including. hypothermia, heat reactions, muscle cramps, and hyperventilation. Online Resources Use any Internet resource with caution and only with your parent s or guardian s permission. Boy Scouts of America scouting org Guide to Safe Scouting Age Appropriate Guidelines Safe Swim Defense. Scout Tenderfoot Second Class First Class Rank Videos Safety Afloat. Boy Scout Merit Badge Workbooks usscouts org or meritbadge org Merit Badge Books www scoutstuff org. ExpertVillage First Aid Videos Make a First Aid Kit Basics Basics2 CPR Basics Venomous Snake Bite. ExpertVillage Swimming Lesson Videos Tread Water Basics Freestyle Breaststroke Backstroke. Application for BSA Lifeguard http www scouting org forms 34435 pdf. The Lifesaving Society of Canada http www lifesaving com. The Royal Life Saving Society of Australia http www rlssa org au. Surf Life Saving Australia Ltd http www slsa asn au. The Royal Life Saving Society of the United Kingdom http www lifesaversdirect co ukorhttp www rlss notts org. The American Red Cross www redcross org, BSA http www scouting org Requirements Introduction to Merit Badges Awards Insignia Uniform.
Lifesaving p 5 Merit Badge Workbook Scout s Name, United States Coast Guard http www uscg mil. United States Lifesaving Association http www usla org. YMCA of the USA http www ymca net, Lifesaving p 6 Merit Badge Workbook Scout s Name. SAFETY AFLOAT, Safety Afloat has been developed to promote boating and boating safety and minimum of three hours training and supervised practice or meeting. to set standards for safe unit activity afloat Before a BSA group may engage requirements for basic handling tests is required for all float trips or open. in an excursion expedition or trip on the water canoe raft sailboat water excursions using unpowered craft d Motorized personal watercraft. motorboat rowboat floating in an inner tube or other craft adult leaders for such as the Jet Ski and SeaDoo are not authorized for use in Scouting. such activity must complete Safety Afloat Training No 34159 have a aquatics and their use should not be permitted in or near BSA program areas. commitment card No 34242 with them and be dedicated to full compliance. For Cub Scouts Canoeing kayaking rowing and rafting for Cub Scouts. with all nine points of Safety Afloat, including Webelos Scouts are to be limited to council district events on flat. 1 Qualified Supervision water ponds or controlled lake areas free of powerboats and sailboats Prior to. All activity afloat must be supervised by a mature and conscientious adult age recreational canoeing and kayaking Cub Scouts are to be instructed in basic. 21 or older who understands and knowingly accepts responsibility for the well handling skills and safety practices. being and safety of the children in his or her care who is experienced and. 7 Planning, qualified in the particular watercraft skills and equipment involved in the.
Float Plan Obtain current maps and information about the waterway to be. activity and who is committed to compliance with the nine points of BSA. traveled Know exactly where the unit will put in and pull out and what. Safety Afloat One such supervisor is required for each 10 people with a. course will be followed Travel time should be estimated generously Review. minimum of two adults for any one group At least one supervisor must be age. the plan with others who have traveled the course recently. 21 or older and the remaining supervisors must be age 18 or older All. supervisors must complete BSA Safety Afloat and Safe Swim Defense Local Rules Determine which state and local regulations are applicable. training and rescue training for the type of watercraft to be used in the activity and follow them Get written permission to use or cross private property. and at least one must be trained in CPR It is strongly recommended that all. units have at least one adult or older youth member currently trained as a BSA Notification File the float plan with parents or participants and a member of. Lifeguard to assist in the planning and conducting of all activity afloat For the unit committee File the float plan with the local council office when. Cub Scouts The ratio of adult supervisors to participants is one to five traveling on running water Check in with all those who should be notified. when returning, 2 Physical Fitness, All persons must present evidence of fitness by a complete health history from Weather Check the weather forecast just before setting out and keep an. a physician parent or legal guardian Adjust all supervision discipline and alert weather eye Bring all craft ashore when rough weather threatens. protection to anticipate any risks associated with individual health conditions Contingencies Planning must identify possible emergencies and other. In the event of any significant health conditions a medical evaluation by a circumstances that could force a change of plans Appropriate alternative. physician should be required by the adult leader plans must be developed for each. 3 Swimming Ability For Cub Scouts Cub Scout canoeing kayaking rowing and rafting do not. A person who has not been classified as a swimmer may ride as a include trips or expeditions and are not to be conducted on running water. passenger in a rowboat or motorboat with an adult swimmer or in a canoe i e rivers or streams therefore some procedures are inapplicable Suitable. raft or sailboat with an adult who is trained as a lifeguard or a lifesaver by a weather requires clear skies no appreciable wind and warm air and water. recognized agency In all other circumstances the person must be a swimmer. to participate in an activity afloat Swimmers must pass this test 8 Equipment. All equipment must be suited to the craft to water conditions and to the. Jump feetfirst into water over your head Swim 75 yards in a strong manner individual must be in good repair and must satisfy all state and federal. using one or more of the following strokes sidestroke breaststroke trudgen or requirements Spare equipment or repair materials must be carried. crawl then swim 25 yards using an easy resting backstroke The 100 yards Appropriate rescue equipment must be available for immediate use. must be swum continuously and include at least one sharp turn After. completing the swim rest by floating This qualification test should be 9 Discipline. renewed annually All participants should know understand and respect the rules and. procedures for safe unit activity afloat The applicable rules should be. 4 Personal Flotation Equipment presented and learned prior to the outing and should be reviewed for all. Properly fitted U S Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices PFDs participants at the water s edge just before the activity begins When Scouts. must be worn by all persons engaged in activity on the open water rowing know and understand the reasons for the rules they will observe them When. canoeing sailing boardsailing motorboating waterskiing rafting tubing fairly and impartially applied rules do not interfere with the fun Rules for. kayaking and surfboarding Type II and III PFDs are recommended safety plus common sense and good judgment keep the fun from being. 5 Buddy System interrupted by tragedy, All activity afloat necessitates using the buddy system Not only must every Note For cruising vessels excluding rowboats canoes kayaks and rafts but. individual have a buddy but every craft should have a buddy boat when on including sailboats and powerboats greater than 20 feet long used in adult. the water supervised unit activities by a chartered Venturing crew ship specializing in. 6 Skill Proficiency watercraft operations or used in adult supervised program activity in. All participants in activity afloat must be trained and experienced in watercraft connection with any high adventure program or other activity under the direct. handling skills safety and emergency procedures a For unit activity on sponsorship and control of the National Council the standards and procedures. white water all participants must complete special training by a BSA Aquatics in the Sea Scout Manual may be substituted for the Safety Afloat standards. Instructor or qualified whitewater specialist b Powerboat operators must be. able to meet requirements for the Motorboating merit badge or equivalent c. Except for whitewater and powerboat operation as noted above either a. SAFE SWIM DEFENSE, Before a BSA group may engage in swimming activities of any kind a supervisor determines that swimming with personal flotation equipment. minimum of one adult leader must complete Safe Swim Defense is safe under the circumstances. training have a commitment card No 34243 with them and agree to. 4 Lifeguards on Duty, use the eight defenses in this plan One of the best opportunities for. Safe Swim Defense training is in summer camp The eight defenses Swim only where there are lifeguards on duty For unit swims in areas. are where lifeguards are not provided by others the supervisor should. Lifesaving Merit Badge Workbook This workbook can help you but you still need to read the merit badge pamphlet book No one can add or subtract from the Boy Scout Requirements 33215 Merit Badge Workbooks and much more are below Online Resources Workbook developer craig craiglincoln com Requirements revised 2001 Workbook updated April

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