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# Show that you know first aid for injuries or illnesses that could occur while motorboating, including hypothermia, heatstroke, heat exhaustion, dehydration, sunburn, insect stings, tick bites, blisters, and hyperventilation.
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# Do the following:
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# Do the following:
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#:a. Identify the conditions that must exist before performing CPR on a person. Explain how such conditions are recognized.
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#:a. Explain to your counselor the most likely hazards you may encounter while motorboating, and what you should do to anticipate, help prevent, mitigate, and respond to these hazards.
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#:b. Demonstrate proper technique for performing CPR '''using a training device approved by your counselor'''.
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#:b. Explain first aid for injuries or illnesses that could occur while motorboating, including [[hypothermia]], [[heat reactions]], [[dehydration]], [[motion sickness]], [[Bites|bugbites]], and [[blisters]].
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# Before doing the following requirements, successfully complete the [[BSA Swim Test|BSA swimmer test]]. Jump feet first into water over your head in depth, swim 75 yards or 75 meters in a ''strong'' manner using one or more of the following strokes: sidestroke, breaststroke, trudgen, or crawl; then swim 25 yards or 25 meters using an easy, resting backstroke. The 100 yards or 100 meters must be swum continuously and include at least one sharp turn. After completing the swim, rest by floating as motionless as possible.
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#:c. Identify the conditions that must exist before performing [[CPR]] on a person, and explain how such conditions are recognized. Demonstrate proper technique for performing CPR using a training device approved by your counselor.
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# Show you know safety laws for motorboating:
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# Do the following:
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#:a. Have a permit to run a motorboat, if needed.
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#:a. Before doing requirements 3 through 6, successfully complete the [[BSA swimmer test]].<br>''Jump feet first into water over your head in depth, swim 75 yards in a strong manner using one or more of the following strokes: [[sidestroke]], [[breaststroke]], [[trudgen]], or [[crawl]]; then swim 25 yards using an easy, resting [[backstroke]]. The 100 yards must be swum continuously and include at least one sharp turn. After completing the swim, rest by floating.''
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#:b. Explain laws affecting pleasure boating in your state.
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#:b. Name the different types of personal flotation devices (PFDs), and explain when each type should be used. Show how to choose and properly fit a PFD.
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#:c. Discuss with your counselor how the hazards of weather and heavy water conditions can affect both safety and performance in motorboating.
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# Do the following:
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#:d. Promise that you will live up to the [[Scout Boating Code]]. Explain the meaning of each point.
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#:a. Explain inboard, outboard, and inboard/outboard motors, and the uses and advantages of each. Discuss the special features of a bass boat and a ski boat.
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#:e. Discuss with your counselor the nautical rules of the road and describe the national and your state's aids to navigation.
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#:b. Explain the safety procedures and precautions involving handling fuel and engine servicing, and equipment storage and placement.
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#:f. Explain and show the correct use of equipment required by both state and federal regulations to be carried aboard a motorboat.
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#:c. Explain how to winterize a boat motor and tell why this procedure is necessary.
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#:g. Explain the requirement on federal and state ventilation rules and state why this is needed.
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#:d. Explain the safety procedures and precautions involving swimmers and skiers in the water, passenger positions underway, and boat wakes.
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# Show you know how to run a motorboat by doing the following the right way:
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# Show you know safety laws for motorboating by doing the following:
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#:a. Get in a boat.
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#:a. Have a permit to run a motorboat, if needed.
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#:b. Fuel and check motor before starting.
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#:b. Explain the rules or laws that apply to recreational boating in your area or state.
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#:c. Start motor and get under way from a dock or beach.
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#:c. Discuss how the hazards of weather and heavy water conditions can affect both safety and performance in motorboating.
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#:d. Run a straight course for a quarter mile. Make right-angle turns to left or right. Make a U-turn.
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#:d. Promise that you will follow BSA Safety Afloat guidelines. Explain the meaning of each point.
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#:e. Stop boat. Drop anchor. Raise it. Get under way.
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#:e. Discuss with your counselor the nautical rules of the road and describe the national and your state's aids to navigation.
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#:f. Come alongside a dock. Tie up or beach.
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#:f. Explain and show the correct use of equipment required by both state and federal regulations to be carried aboard a motorboat.
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# Show how to:
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#:g. Explain federal and state rules for a ventilation system, and tell why these rules are required.
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#:a. Tie up or take boat from water.
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#:h. Explain the use of lights (sight signals) and sound signals on motorboats.
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#:b. Store gear.
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#:i. Discuss the common types of anchors used in motorboating and under what conditions each would be preferred. Explain proper anchoring techniques.
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#:c. Prepare motor for the winter.
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# With your counselor or other adults on board, demonstrate proper boat-handling procedures and skills by doing the following:
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#:a. Board and assist others in boarding.
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#:b. Fuel the boat and complete a safety check.
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#:c. Get underway from dockside or from a beach launch.
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#:d. Run a course for at least a mile, showing procedures for overtaking and passing slower craft, yielding right-of-way, passing oncoming traffic, making turns, reversing direction, and using navigation aids.
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#:e. Stop and secure the boat in position on the open water using anchors. Raise and stow the anchor and get underway.
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#:f. Land or dock the boat, disembark, and assist others in doing the same.
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#:g. Moor, dock, or beach the boat and secure all gear.
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  1. Do the following:
    a. Explain to your counselor the most likely hazards you may encounter while motorboating, and what you should do to anticipate, help prevent, mitigate, and respond to these hazards.
    b. Explain first aid for injuries or illnesses that could occur while motorboating, including hypothermia, heat reactions, dehydration, motion sickness, bugbites, and blisters.
    c. Identify the conditions that must exist before performing CPR on a person, and explain how such conditions are recognized. Demonstrate proper technique for performing CPR using a training device approved by your counselor.
  2. Do the following:
    a. Before doing requirements 3 through 6, successfully complete the BSA swimmer test.
    Jump feet first into water over your head in depth, swim 75 yards in a strong manner using one or more of the following strokes: sidestroke, breaststroke, trudgen, or crawl; then swim 25 yards using an easy, resting backstroke. The 100 yards must be swum continuously and include at least one sharp turn. After completing the swim, rest by floating.
    b. Name the different types of personal flotation devices (PFDs), and explain when each type should be used. Show how to choose and properly fit a PFD.
  3. Do the following:
    a. Explain inboard, outboard, and inboard/outboard motors, and the uses and advantages of each. Discuss the special features of a bass boat and a ski boat.
    b. Explain the safety procedures and precautions involving handling fuel and engine servicing, and equipment storage and placement.
    c. Explain how to winterize a boat motor and tell why this procedure is necessary.
    d. Explain the safety procedures and precautions involving swimmers and skiers in the water, passenger positions underway, and boat wakes.
  4. Show you know safety laws for motorboating by doing the following:
    a. Have a permit to run a motorboat, if needed.
    b. Explain the rules or laws that apply to recreational boating in your area or state.
    c. Discuss how the hazards of weather and heavy water conditions can affect both safety and performance in motorboating.
    d. Promise that you will follow BSA Safety Afloat guidelines. Explain the meaning of each point.
    e. Discuss with your counselor the nautical rules of the road and describe the national and your state's aids to navigation.
    f. Explain and show the correct use of equipment required by both state and federal regulations to be carried aboard a motorboat.
    g. Explain federal and state rules for a ventilation system, and tell why these rules are required.
    h. Explain the use of lights (sight signals) and sound signals on motorboats.
    i. Discuss the common types of anchors used in motorboating and under what conditions each would be preferred. Explain proper anchoring techniques.
  5. With your counselor or other adults on board, demonstrate proper boat-handling procedures and skills by doing the following:
    a. Board and assist others in boarding.
    b. Fuel the boat and complete a safety check.
    c. Get underway from dockside or from a beach launch.
    d. Run a course for at least a mile, showing procedures for overtaking and passing slower craft, yielding right-of-way, passing oncoming traffic, making turns, reversing direction, and using navigation aids.
    e. Stop and secure the boat in position on the open water using anchors. Raise and stow the anchor and get underway.
    f. Land or dock the boat, disembark, and assist others in doing the same.
    g. Moor, dock, or beach the boat and secure all gear.

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