The Lifeguard was only doing his job, and he gets fired for rescuing a drowning man? What type of rules do they have these days? Source: http://now.msn.com/now/0704-florida-lifeguard-fired?ocid=todnow11 Since I used to work in the lifeguard business years ago, I know we're trained to help anyone - especially if they're at the risk of drowning. What does everyone think about this? Is his company liable for this? What does everyone think about this?