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  • Endless Summer

    The lazy river outside might have slowed to a complete stop and children may have replaced their sunscreen with schoolbooks, but Sally Brindle’s work doesn’t end when the traditional swim season does.

  • The Price Is Right

    Ron Vitkun wanted to add more to his campground. Already, his Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Hagerstown, Md., had a heated pool and a kiddie pool, but no exciting rides.

  • A Matter of Maturity

    Robin Patrick is anxiously searching for qualified lifeguards.

  • References

    American Red Cross. (1995). Lifeguarding today. St. Louis: Mosby-Year Book, Inc.

  • Guarding Against Misconceptions

    Several important aquatics professionals and lifeguard training agencies have questioned whether lifeguard surveillance techniques are based on science

  • Anatomy of a Post-Crisis EAP

    A comprehensive post-crisis emergency action plan is crucial.

  • Checks and Balances

    After a long winter, it’s time to wake the hibernating swimming pool and rouse it for the upcoming summer season. And as every operator knows, that requires more than just pulling leaves out with a skimmer and turning everything back on.