In planning your summer pool party, one important thing to consider is how to keep the kids safely occupied so that parents can take some well-earned relaxation time. Still, these pool party games might be so fun, you’ll have to join in!
Hanging out by the pool is already the pinnacle of summer joy, but can you guess what makes this experience even better than it already is? You got it: a killer summer playlist.
Have you considered summer pool safety? Are you removing a heavy-duty winter pool cover for the swimming season and, if so, do you have a summer pool safety solution in place? Swimming pools become even more enticing to children when the temperatures rise. So, keep reading for summer pool safety advice to do your part in preventing an accident or drowning at your pool.
Family is clearly a priority to pro football player Teddy Williams. To this end, it makes sense that Williams is extremely happy with his Katchakid® Pool Safety Net. He has three children—ages eleven, six, and one—and appreciates that Katchakid pool safe nets can protect his kids and supports a minimum 485lbs, as an extra precaution.
As of January 1, 2018, California pool owners will need to install at least 2 of 7 specified drowning prevention safety features to reduce the serious risk of drowning.
As part of our commitment to water safety education, we are proud to partner with Pool Safely, a national drowning prevention campaign aimed at ending fatal and nonfatal child drownings and entrapments. Have You taken The Pool Safely Pledge?
2016 was one for the record books, but unfortunately not all of the records were positive. According to the USA Swimming Foundation, there were at least 320 media reported fatal drownings in 2016 involving children younger than 15 in swimming pools and spas.
Learning a new skill, such as CPR certification, could make all the difference when every second counts. If you are a parent and especially if you are a pool owner, becoming certified in this emergency procedure should be at the top of your priority list.
Find out how to save a choking baby with #TheChokeables – the new advert from St John Ambulance.