Swimming Pools are built for fun in the sun but they can also be dangerous. Drowning is one of the leading causes of death among children, it is quick and quiet.  This can be prevented by making your pool safe for babies, children, and domestic animals.

When near a pool, remember these safety tips:

Invest in a pool cover or net. Always swim with someone else, and let someone know you’re in the water. Keep a watchful eye on your children and avoid running near the pool. To prevent injuries, use the deep end of the pool instead of jumping or diving into the shallow end.

It is important to encourage children to learn how to swim from a young age. Sadly, many children who drown in home pools were not out of sight for more than five minutes. Thus, if someone is missing, check the water first as every second counts in preventing death or disability. It is also essential to have appropriate safety equipment nearby, such as reaching or throwing equipment, a cell phone, life jackets, and a first aid kit. Lastly, it is advisable not to allow an inexperienced swimmer near the deep end of a pool, but rather keep them in the shallow end where they can stand.

Having safety nets installed for swimming pools can provide several benefits. These nets can serve as a secure and safe barrier, which can maximize the available space in your backyard and maintain the aesthetic of the swimming pool area.

The safety potential of the net is based on the size of its squares. The squares are small enough that children cannot fall through, yet too large to walk or stand on. Additionally, one adult can easily remove or replace the net in just a few minutes.

Pulleys in the net release tension. Hooks and anchors secure it. Pool nets deter, but never leave children alone near the pool. They’re ideal for small pools, safer than fences, and easy to replace.

Ensuring pool safety is crucial in preventing accidents. Don’t let yourself become a statistic, make it a top priority!