Swimming pool safety tips for California swimmers 2018-04-23T16:05:42+00:00

Swimming pool safety tips for California swimmers

California homeowners who have pools on their property should be aware of certain measures to take to better prevent accidents and mishaps.

Summer is quickly on its way, which means swimming pools scattered across California will start to open and fill up with people looking to keep cool and enjoy the warm weather. Homeowners who have pools on their property should know which safety measures to take to prevent avoidable disasters and ensure everyone has a good time.

Keep close watch over children

Children of any age should be closely watched over while in or around the pool. Because kids can sometimes be easy to lose track of, it is a good idea to have a designated adult who watches over children in the pool. This person should not be on the phone or otherwise distracted while on monitor duty, but he or she should have a phone close at hand just in case.

Set up barriers

It is a good idea to have safety barriers set up around a swimming pool. These barriers or fences should be at least four feet high and have a self-closing or self-latching gate to better prevent accidents. Additionally, it is also best to have a quality safety cover for when the pool is not being used to better prevent accidents and fall ins. To go the extra safety mile, there are also pool alarms that can be used to alert homeowners if anyone accidentally falls into the pool.

Teach kids the proper way to swim

Besides watching over kids, it is also good to teach them how to swim. Splashing around in the pool can be enjoyable, but knowing the right way to swim can go a long way in preventing drowning and can save a child’s life. Adults who enjoy time around and in the pool should also know how to swim, which can save their lives as well. Something else to think about is the fact that swimming is great exercise, which means both kids and adults can stay healthy and safe while in the water.

Know how to respond to pool emergencies

Homeowners should know how to respond to someone drowning and someone who is unresponsive after being pulled out of the pool. This means learning CPR and first aid. Chances are good that there are local resources that offer such training free of charge, such as hospitals, the American Red Cross and community centers. Once a person has learned CPR, he or she should be sure to keep that certification current.

Safety is of the utmost importance when it comes to California swimming pools. Should an accident ever occur, turning to a personal injury lawyer is a solid option for peace of mind and protection.

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