Meet Marshal Test 2018 March 9, 2018September 17, 2020 azswimadmin Please fill out the information below. Full Name Address City State Zip Code Phone Number Club Affiliation Email Address 1. The Meet Marshal reports to: Head Coach of the host team Meet Referee LSC Safety Chair Clerk of Course2. During meet warm up the Meet Marshals should: Observe the warm-up pool Be sure the hospitality area is secure Attend the official meeting Sit in the spectator area with the parents3. Locker room safety checks should include: Looking for any slipping/tripping hazard Observe for cameras in use in the locker room Check the toilet paper quantity Look for someone who may just be standing around staring at the swimmers All of the above, except C4. During the meet competition the Meet Marshals should: Meet in hospitality to compare notes Schedule a meeting with the meet director Watch the meet from the spectator area Monitor the warm up pool and meet venue5. The Meet Marshal’s responsibilities include: Initiating first aid when needed Writing the safety action plans if there is none for the pool Checking the parking lot for unsafe conditions Enforcing warm up procedures6. The Meet Marshal is listed in the USA Swimming Rule book under section: 102.19 The national goal time section The introduction section The stroke rule section7. When a swimmer has fallen on the pool deck and appears to have a broken arm, the Meet Marshal will: Blow a whistle Notify the lifeguard and Meet Director Call 911 Yell for the meet to stop8. If a swimmer refuses to stop horseplay in the warm down pool area the Meet Marshal will: Direct the swimmer to get out of the pool, walk them to their coach, obtain the swimmers name and warn them that if it happens again they will have to leave the meet Forcefully remove the swimmer from the pool Notify the police Notify the Meet Director9. A coach has directed their swimmers to do backstroke starts in lanes 3 and 4 during the general warm up time. As Meet Marshal you: Ask another coach to use the lanes for general warm-up Have the meet announcer yell at the coach over the loud speaker system Inform the coach that starts are not allowed during general warm up Write a report for the Meet Referee10. In a closed deck venue, a parent of a 14 year swimmer refuses to leave the team area, the meet marshal will: Call 911 Notify the lifeguard Notify the Meet Referee Tackle the parent and drag them out11. During what time frame will the Meet Referee authorize that push/pace lanes may be used the warm-up: Anytime a coach wants 30-45 minutes after the start of warm-up 60 minutes after the start of warm-up Whenever the host coach decides12. The location of two meet marshals during warm up should be: One person in the locker room and one person at the pool venue entrance One person at the end of the pool and one person in the locker room One person at the start end of the pool near the start stand and one person opposite them diagonally across the pool One person at the start end of the pool and one person in the locker room13. General warm-up is: The first 30-45 minutes of the warm-up Mandated for all swimmers A time when swimmers should practice starts When they may practice push/pace14. Backstroke starts during warm-up may be done in any lane. True False15. You observe lightening in the distance during an outdoor meet. You immediately notify the pool lifeguard and meet director. True False16. Safety Action Plans should only be shown to the Fire Department at their request: True False17. The Meet Marshal may leave the meet at the conclusion of the last race. True False18. It is ok for swimmers to swim under the bulk-head during warm up so they can reach the starting block area without having to get out of the pool. True False19. It is ok for coaches to request additional dive/sprint lanes during the Specific Warm-up time period. True False20. Meet Marshals use radios to talk to each other as needed during the swim meet. True FalseTime is Up!