Have Fun & Stay Safe by Your Pool!
- • Always assign an adult (or two) as a designated pool watcher to actively watch children in or near water.
- • Watch kids even if they know how to swim.
- • Children who can’t swim or can’t swim well should be within your reach.
- • Keep a phone nearby to use only if you need to call for help. (No texting or calls.)
- • Know where to find the rescue equipment.
- • If a child is missing, time is of the essence—look in the pool or spa first.
- • Put up a fence that is at least 4 feet high and surrounds all sides of the pool or spa. The fence should have a gate that closes and latches itself. In some areas, fencing is required by code.
- • Close the cover on your pool when not in use. An automatic pool cover offers additional safety and convenience.
- • Use door, gate, and pool alarms.
- • Teach children not to play or swim near the pool and spa drains.
- • Use approved VGB safety drain covers and back up devices.
- • Both adults and children should learn to swim.
- • Learn when to use U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jackets.
- • Learn how to use rescue equipment.
- • Learn CPR.
Drowning can happen quickly and silently, so put down your phone and pay attention to everyone gathered around and in your pool. These simple steps will help ensure that you and your family and friends enjoy every minute they spend in and around the water. And of course, if you’re concerned about the safety of your pool, please let us know. Pool Tech performs safety inspections and more to ensure you get the most out of your swimming pool and spa.
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