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Save a Life // Stop the Bleed // Beyond Basic First Aid Kit for Sailing

First of all, there's a big difference between your First Aid kit and your Bleeding Control kit on board, and both are needed. Your "boo boo kit" might have bandages, ointment, aspirin - the basics. Nothing to keep you alive. I'm much more concerned with what you are carrying that ...
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Best Books for 2023 Reading and Learning About Ocean Topics

Since our household interests have a wide range; there's always a stack of recently-acquired books waiting for our attention. Here's what's on our bedside tables; some pretty deep topics! Under Pressure Bill handed this to me yesterday for my Winter Break reading. Early stocking stuffer! There's a reason this gift ...
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Why You Should Run Safety Drills on Your Sailboat

Recently I took a FEMA course about shooting situations, and the section on why to run safety drills really caught my attention. My work on sailboats as an instrutor and charter boat captain is driven by safety, and I believe in skill performance practice. What I found was a great ...
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Assessing a 25-Foot Ranger Tug for the Passenger Trade

Ranger 25 Orientation and Guest Planning Goals: Meet USCG safety equipment requirements to ensure vessel is in compliance.Assess vessel for use in passenger trade, paying special attention to passenger safety and comfort. Noise, vibration, and engine smell are our three top considerations.Address owner’s concerns and priorities for client events. Video ...
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You Need Quality Bleeding Control Training

Ok, You Have a Kit. What’s Next? As a teacher, my daily habit is teaching and then examining the learning process. That means teaching, then assessing, then reviewing what worked, what didn’t, what’s left to learn, how are we going to learn it, what did we learn well, what didn’t ...

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