Avoid accidents in the pool
A swimming pool is a place of leisure and relaxation, making it a responsible use helps you enjoy it 100%.
We want to provide a series of tips to avoid the most common accidents in the pool, so that you can continue to have fun in a safe and proper manner:
Cuts, blows, bruises, abrasions and fractures
Irresponsible behavior and / or unwise can lead to falls, slips ..., which can easily try wounds and abrasions and even fractures and cuts.
- Do not swim in a pool after ingesting a large amount of alcohol.
- Avoid games that involve racing around the pool.
- Do not go "balconing", now so fashionable.
- Install a floor rough around the basin of the pool and submerged in hazardous areas: stairs or areas with low depth.
- Keep the filter cover places around the pool.
The most effective measures to avoid are:
- Learn to swim.
- Do not leave children unattended in the pool.
- To have life jackets or poles.
- Place ladders at various points in the pool.
- Remove toys from the pool when you are not using to remove the children.
- Use security fencing around the perimeter of the pool.
- Cover pool with coatings manual or automatic, that in addition to safety, help to keep the temperature and cleaning the pool.
Accidents with chemicals
- Before handling any chemical products, read the label and follow you the instructions for use.
- Do not mix products together.
- Add products to the water, one by one, in order to avoid possible reactions.
- Apply the product directly into the pool, do not try to dilute it apart.
- The packaging of chemicals must always be kept closed and out of reach of children. For their better preservation, try to keep them in a dry place and protected from heat.
- The chemicals can be dangerous if they come into contact with the eyes. In this case, wash the eyes immediately and contact a physician.
Keep away from the pool any electrical appliance connected to the mains, which is not adapted for operation in water