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Online In-Service Test

There are many new additions and changes to the Lifeguard Manual.
It is MANDATORY that you read the manual in its entirety. You must receive a score of 85% in order to pass.
If you DO NOT PASS this Online In-service Test test, you must come into the MPS office to take a re-test prior to beginning work this season.



****By taking this test you CONFIRM that you have read the 2014 Lifeguard Manual and are ready to take the test.



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1) If you walk into a room and find someone lying on the ground what is the first thing you should do?
Survey the scene Listen for breathing Begin CPR Roll them on their side

2) How do you check for consciousness in an adult?
Tickle their foot Tap and shout Poke with a stick Pour water on them

3) How do you check for consciousness in an infant?
Tickle their foot Tap and shout Poke with a stick Pour water on them

4) Where do you check the pulse on an adult or child?
Leg Arm Neck Wrist

5) Where do you check the pulse on an infant?
Leg Arm Neck Wrist

6) How long should the initial pulse check last?
No more than 5 seconds No more than 10 seconds No more than 15 seconds No more than 20 seconds

7) How do you determine if a person is breathing?



8) While checking for breathing you find that the victim is making occasional gasping or snoring sounds. What do these sounds mean?


9) If you find that a victim has a pulse and is not breathing you should?


10) If you find that a victim does not have a pulse and is not breathing you should?


11) Rescue breathing for an adult is?


12) Rescue breathing for a child is?


13) Rescue breathing for an infant is?


14) Compression to breath ratio for single rescuer adult CPR is?
30:1 30:2 15:1 15:2

15) Compression to breath ratio for two rescuer adult CPR is?
30:1 30:2 15:1 15:2

16) Compression to breath ratio for single rescuer child CPR is?
30:1 30:2 15:1 15:2

17) Compression to breath ratio for two rescuer child CPR is?
30:1 30:2 15:1 15:2

18) Compression to breath ratio for single rescuer infant CPR is?
30:1 30:2 15:1 15:2

19) Compression to breath ratio for two rescuer infant CPR is?
30:1 30:2 15:1 15:2

20) How long do you continue rescue breathing?
1 minute 2 minutes 3 minutes Until EMS arrives

21) How long should you continue CPR?
1 minute 2 minutes 3 minutes Until EMS arrives

22) How should your hands be for adult CPR?



23) How should your hands be for small child CPR?


24) How should your hands be for large child CPR?


25) How should your hands be for single rescuer infant CPR?


26) How should your hands be for two rescuer infant CPR?


27) How fast should compressions be?


28) If you begin rescue breathing and the breath does not go in what should you do?
Begin CPR Continue trying your breathes Check the mouth Re-tilt the head and try your breathes again

29) You re-tilt the head and the breathes still do not go in. What do you do now?
Begin CPR Continue trying your breathes Check the mouth Re-tilt the head and try your breathes again

30) What do you do after you complete your compressions what do you do next if you have a blocked airway?
Give your breathes Do more compressions Check the mouth for an obstruction Give back blows

31) After you check the mouth for an obstruction what should you do?
Continue compressions Roll them on to their side Begin back blows Give two breathes

32) What should you do once you get the breathes to go in?
Continue CPR Begin rescue breathing Re-assess Monitor them


The Date of this test is: November 20th 2017

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