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Thread: Lifeguarding vs no lifeguarding?

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    Question Lifeguarding vs no lifeguarding?

    What do instuctors do when given the opportunity to teach at a "Retirement Residence" and there are NO lifeguards? I have taught with lifeguards for so long and I'm sure the answer is "Don't do it" Are there any insurance consequences?
    Thanks,
    Wendy

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    Wendy,

    You should always check health & safety regulations as they vary province to province and state to state
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    IN ontario - a condo is considered a class "B" pool - you do not require a lifeguard with less than 10 pople in the pool ( included yourself and anyone swimming)

    otherwise you do require a lifeguard

    Yes, there is insurance - however you have to follow the laws and regulations.
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    Thank you Julie.

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    Always....that is our goal to help instructors and their patrons be safe and have a positive experience!
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