A lifesaver is involved with prevention of accidents or injuries, rescue, resuscitation and first aid, especially in regards to water safety and aquatic rescue. Life savers also refer to athletes who compete in skills, speed and team work in the ocean and can be surf lifesavers. They utilize paddleboards, Jet Skis, PWCs, and WaveRunners to make saves in the ocean.
There are always life savers mandated to provide safety services at the local ocean swimming competitions.
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