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The Island Lifeguard is responsible for monitoring and operating designated aquatic recreation spaces including, opening and closing while monitoring safety around the beach areas; setting up and verifying that supplies and equipment are available during operating hours; replenishing and maintaining as needed, and; interacting with guests and providing any directions/guest service assistance.
Assume personal responsibility for safety and the environment. Be accountable for themselves and the safety of others in their vicinity. Environmental consciousness forms one part of this accountability.
Perform rescue of guests in danger of drowning and be alert to accidents. Administer first aid, CPR, Oxygen and AED as needed.
Monitor activities around aquatic recreational facilities to prevent or preempt injuries and provide assistance to guests as and when required, while ensuring the well-being of guests within the area.
Responsible for reporting and following up with any accidents, injuries or incidents around the aquatic recreational facilities.
Ensuring the beach areas are clean, answering questions, enforcing policies, rules and regulations in a polite yet confident manner.
Ensuring guest interactions are kept to a minimum while on watch to avoid distraction, at the same time providing a positive guest experience.
Monitoring and operating designated aquatic recreational spaces including, but not limited to; opening and closing, monitoring Beach locations and general activities around the beach areas.
Working outdoors guarding aquatic recreational areas, involving standing in the sun exposed to external elements throughout the day.
Be fully lifeguard qualified and responsible to maintain company required qualifications and licenses. Participate in regular training, including but not limited to; Lifeguard training, CPR/First Aid, AED, recurring in-service training, re-certification, and any other as deemed appropriate from management.
Set up and verify that supplies and equipment are available during operating hours and maintain as needed.
Communicate with the Bridge and/or the Safety Officer by UHF radio in emergency situations or as deemed necessary.
Attend emergency duties / drills as assigned in the ships Emergency Management Safety Plan.
Conduct inventories of all island Shore Excursion items on a regular basis.
Follow proper procedures for cleaning and disinfecting snorkeling equipment.
Participate in regular trainings/drills.
Repair and maintain Shore Excursion island equipment such as but not limited to mats, snorkeling gear, wave runner dock and general maintenance of the facilities and grounds
Lead and escort tours on GSC when required.
Performs other related duties as assigned or as directed. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
Must be familiar with the Safety and Environmental Protection Policy and the SMS, and carry out the policies and procedures appropriate for his/her position.