Q1) To avoid emergencies, the following procedures are put in place. Good Practices- which involves, making sure that rubbish is stored in the outside waste storage area. When cleaning watching out for combustible materials such as paint scrapings, oily rags and unextinguished cigarettes. Completing all check lists accurately and monitoring suspicious characters and alerting the duty manager to any potential risks. Communication Radio- ensuring that staffs are wearing radios, they must be checked for correct operation before and after each shift. The usage of radios is critical during an emergency. Emergency Phone Procedures- the mobile phone is to be carried by the aquatic officer. It can be used if radio malfunction or in an emergency. Fire Protection- fire doors provide escape routes in emergency situations. They are self closing and must be kept closed. Escape routes should be kept free from obstruction and maintenance of lighting on internal and external escape routes is essential. Fire Fighting- if possible extinguish yourself or get another member of staff to back you up. Be aware of other hazards eg cleaning supplies, that could feed fire and if necessary evacuate building. Evacuation Procedures- ensure everyone has been evacuated from the building, no one is to be allowed back into the building, this can be done by closing the doors behind you. Q2) Minor incidents
Lifeguard on duty, who is close by identifies the minor incident If it is possible attendd to the minor incident alone. If not ask another lifeguard or supervisor for help. Major emergency
A major emergency is identified by one lifeguard and signals supervisor or aquatic officer. The officer/ supervisor, takes control, investigates, decides on action to take. If necessary, the officer/ supervisor will instruct other staff to evacuate the area or building and then contact the emergency services, meet emergency services give relevant information.
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