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Children Are Attracted To Pools! Please Keep Pool Fenced And Locked.

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Pool Safety
Small children are attracted to pools. These children can die if they fall in the pool. The best way to keep your child safe is close adult supervision. Please look at the following list of items you can do to prevent an accident.


Safety Checklist

1- If a child is missing, always look in the pool first. Seconds count!
2- Supervise your children. Never leave your children alone near the pool!!
3- By law you must put up a four foot high fence around the entire pool. It is also a good idea to use self closing and self latching gates on the pool. In addition, gates should be locked with a padlock when not in use.
4- Keep rescue equipment and a telephone by the pool.
5- Do not use pool toys as a substitute for approved life vests.
6- Remove all toys from the pool after use to reduce children temptations.
7- When children are done swimming, make sure they have left the area and that all gates are closed properly.
8- Install a pool safety cover.
9- If possible, the supervising adult should know CPR.


Rescue Breathing Steps

Rescue breathing is for a victim with a pulse. If they do not have a pulse begin to administer cpr. Breaths should be slow and steady.

1- Tell a specific person to call 911.

3- Put victim on their back carefully.

3- Tilt victims head back. Put one hand on the forehead and one under the chin to tilt back head and open airway.

3- Pinch the victims nose closed. For a small child, don't pinch their nose. You will put your mouth over their nose and mouth for rescue breathing.

3- Open victims mouth. Put your mouth on theirs and blow into their lungs one time every five seconds for adults. If it is a young child, every three seconds.

4- Check to see if the chest rises with the breaths. If air doesn't seem to be getting to them, tilt the head to one side and check in mouth with your finger to see if there is a blockage. If something is in the mouth, be careful not to push it further in. If air still doesn't go into the lungs begin abdominal thrusts (not covered here).

5- Check pulse after the first minute. If there is no pulse begin cpr. Make sure to continue to check pulse every minute throughout rescue breathing.


Seconds Count!! Please pay close attention to children.

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