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Individuals who monitor recreational areas such as pools, beaches or ski slopes and provide assistance and protection for visitors who get into trouble. They inspect recreational equipment such as rope tows, T-bars, J-bars and chair lifts for safety hazards and damage or wear; inspect recreational facilities for cleanliness; instruct participants in skiing, swimming or other recreational activities and provide safety precaution information; observe activities in assigned areas using binoculars in order to detect hazards, disturbances or safety infractions; participate in recreational demonstrations to entertain resort guests; patrol or monitor recreational areas such as trails, slopes and swimming areas on foot, in vehicles or from towers; rescue distressed persons using rescue techniques and equipment; and warn recreational participants of inclement weather, unsafe areas or illegal conduct.
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