Pool Safety
Tips
By: Steven Schwartzapfel
Swimming is a great recreational sport and can
be a lot of fun, but it can be dangerous as well.
It’s important to know ho...
Pool Safety Tip # 1:
Children should always
wear a life jacket
whenever they are near a
swimming pool.
Pool Safety Tip # 2:
Teach your child
how to swim or
enroll them in
swimming lessons.
Pool Safety Tip # 3:
Make sure children
understand to never
to go near a
swimming pool
without an adult.
Pool Safety Tip # 4:
Make pool safety a
priority by securing
the swimming pool
with a fence that has
a self-latching gate....
Pool Safety Tip # 5:
Parents should consider
taking a CRP class so
that they learn how to
recognize and respond
to a poten...
Pool Safety Tip # 6:
Always be prepared in
case of an emergency
by keeping rescue
equipment and a cell
phone nearby to cal...
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Pool Safety Tips

Swimming is a great recreational sport and can be a lot of fun, but it can be dangerous as well. It’s important to know how to be safe while in the pool.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Pool Safety Tips

  • 1. Pool Safety Tips By: Steven Schwartzapfel
  • 2. Swimming is a great recreational sport and can be a lot of fun, but it can be dangerous as well. It’s important to know how to be safe while in the pool. Therefore, it's a good idea for families who have pools to review these safety measures and drowning prevention tips:
  • 3. Pool Safety Tip # 1: Children should always wear a life jacket whenever they are near a swimming pool.
  • 4. Pool Safety Tip # 2: Teach your child how to swim or enroll them in swimming lessons.
  • 5. Pool Safety Tip # 3: Make sure children understand to never to go near a swimming pool without an adult.
  • 6. Pool Safety Tip # 4: Make pool safety a priority by securing the swimming pool with a fence that has a self-latching gate. For extra security, it is also a good idea to install a pool alarm that goes off if anyone enters the pool.
  • 7. Pool Safety Tip # 5: Parents should consider taking a CRP class so that they learn how to recognize and respond to a potential drowning.
  • 8. Pool Safety Tip # 6: Always be prepared in case of an emergency by keeping rescue equipment and a cell phone nearby to call 911.

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