The Correct Way To Wear Life Jacket

The correctness of wearing a life jacket is related to whether the drowning person can survive. Our most commonly used life jacket is the vest. This life jacket features lightweight and easy to wear. Wearing it doesn't feel too bloated for us to act. Before wearing the life jacket, first check whether the life jacket is damaged, whether the side belts on both sides, the buoyancy belt are defective and firm, whether the expiration date has passed, etc., and the life jacket is started after the confirmation is completed.


The correct order of wearing the life jackets is to first tie the side belts on both sides according to their own body type. Please note: This is a step that we can easily skip. For convenience or trouble, we can directly apply to the body without fastening the side belts. It is not advisable. It is worth emphasizing that this sideband must be killed, remember to be dead! why? Because of the live knot, when the water falls, when it is subjected to external impulses and floating on the water, the pressure of the water flow easily makes the life jacket separate from our body, so that the life jacket loses its meaning and cannot guarantee that the drowning person will float. The role of the water surface. This is a detail and a very easy to overlook details, but also a very important point, so be sure to remember to kill the knot! Next, we wear the life jacket on the body like a vest (be careful not to wear a life jacket, with a reflective belt facing out). After wearing it, proceed to the second step: put the rectangular buoyancy bag in front of the body and fasten the strap of the neckline; the third step: bring the buoyancy of the waist to the waist, pass the belt loop around the waist, and tie it tightly. A life jacket knot (ie, a flat knot with a slip knot on both sides). The fourth step is to tie the buoyancy belt underneath and tie the knot tightly (note that there is a slip knot). The life jacket is ready to be worn. There are two reflective belts on the front chest and the back of the life jacket. The life jacket has a whistle on the left shoulder side. After the distress falls into the water, the whistle can be blown. The function of the front and rear reflective belts and whistle is to allow the sound and light to show the position of the drowning person to attract the attention of others, so that the search and rescue personnel can find the position of the drowning person, so that the probability of the drowning person being rescued can be increased.