Troop On-line Activity #50 - PFD Inspection
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
Karl: Why did the Scout put a ruler under his pillow?
Brock: I have no clue.
Karl: To see how long he could sleep!
Saying (to think about)
All generalizations are dangerous, even this one.
When going paddling, a Personal Floation Device (PFD) is an essential piece of safety gear. Before going near the water make sure you inspect your PFD.
The image below, from Scouts Canada, is the basic PFD inspection you should do every time you put one on.
Answer the questions below.
1. The fabric of the PFD is wrinkled. Should you use this PFD? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
2. One of the buckles on the PFD are broken. Should you use this PFD? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
3. There are no tears in the seams of the PFD. Should you use this PFD? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
4. The zipper of the PFD works. Should you use this PFD? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
5. The PFD has a large rip in it. Should you use this PFD? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
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