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lifeguard

A call sign used by air ambulance aircraft. This call sign is used in the flight plan and also in radio communications. In the latter case, it means expeditious and priority handling of aircraft is required. The call sign “Lifeguard” is followed by an aircraft registration number (e.g., “Lifeguard two five six”).
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A spokesperson for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council said: "The primary reason for having a council-funded lifeguard on site is to ensure public safety.
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Lifeguards at Coral Bay are welcoming the news that that the mayor and local authorities in Peyia have responded quickly to requests for a jet ski, rescue boat, spinal board and other medical equipment.
With the forecast promising more good weather this weekend, people are advised to visit one of the 240 RNLI lifeguarded beaches in the UK.
"This only emphasizes the need to have lifeguards in swimming and bathing facilities," he stressed.
The region has 70 trained lifeguards. "Preventing water-related accidents and ensuring the safety of all individuals going to the beaches this summer are very important.
Employed to patrol from Redcar and Saltburn to Seaton Carew, the lifeguards usually work during the summer months to keep a watchful eye on tourists - and Teessiders escaping for a day at the beach.
They went on to train further and became fully-qualified lifeguards, now working on Tyneside's beaches as part of a service run by the RNLI in partnership with local councils.
RNLI lifeguards from Seaburn and Roker worked together to save an 18-year-old male who appeared to be in distress and unable to swim back to shore.
RNLI lifeguards from Seaburn and Roker beaches worked together to save the 18-year-old man, who appeared to be in distress and unable to swim back to shore.
'It's time we put in place a lifeguard training course knowing how beaches and pools are very popular in the country,' Tesda Director General Guilling A.