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Lifeguarding Drill: Extrication using a 3-person removal with a backboard for a victim who is submerged in deep water. Two rescuers will enter the water and not use rescue tubes.
This is the drill in deep water that supports the 3-person extrication series (Aquatics International, “In the Danger Zone”, April 2013)
NOTE: RESCUERS AND VICTIMS MUST BE ABLE TO EQUALIZE PRESSURE UNDERWATER. IF UNABLE TO DO, DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE DRILL.
All three rescuers will be on the deck at the side of the pool. The backboard will be at least 10 feet away. The victim will be submerged, at least 3 feet under water. The primary and secondary rescuers will enter the water and not have rescue tubes.
Remove the victim from the water as quickly and safely as possible. Backboard and victim must be completely on the deck. No part of the backboard should be hanging over the water. Rescuers will have 15 seconds to complete the drill.
This is an all pass drill, meaning that all rescue teams must adhere to the guidelines and complete the drill within the designated time to receive a pass.
6-12 participants are preferred, however depending on size of staff and availability of equipment adjusted to meet your training needs.