Please observe the following health and safety tips
Use non-slip materials on the pool deck, diving board and ladders.
The steps of the pool should be kept clear.
Electrical equipment should be kept away from the water.
Check with a professional pool contractor to be sure the depth is sufficient for a diving board or slide. Always put a slide in a deep area of the pool– never in shallow water.
Mark water depths conspicuously. Use a safety float line where the bottom slope deepens.
Above-ground pools: Install sturdy guard rails around the pool deck. Look for rolled rims on the metal shell to be sure the rims do not present a sharp cutting edge if someone falls. The access ladder to the deck should be sturdy and without protruding bolts or other sharp edges. The access ladder should swing up to prevent children from unauthorized entry or should be easily removable for secure storage away from the pool area.
Check the pool and equipment periodically for cleanliness and good maintenance. Cover all sharp edges and protruding bolts; repair rickety or broken ladders and railings. Replace non-slip materials when they wear out.
Teach children to float or swim as soon as possible.
Always provide competent adult supervision when the pool is in use.
No one should ever swim alone.
Caution children against showing off and playing rough and explain the dangers of running and diving recklessly.
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