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Staying Cool in the Pool: 5 Safety Tips to Keep your Family Safe in the Water

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Millions of people enjoy staying cool throughout the summer every year, from lounging in a backyard swimming pools to relaxing in a hot tub. However, nearly 200 kids die each year from tragic pool-related accidents. To help stay safe and cool in your pool, here are the top five safety tips you should follow to keep your family safe in the water.

1. Make Sure You Maintain Your Pool Water
Poor-quality pool water is one of the leading causes of deaths in swimming pools and hot tubs. Make sure you routinely test and maintain your pool water to help minimize the risk of people developing rashes and other serious conditions from swimming in your pool.

2. Keep Children Supervised
When you have children swimming in your pool, you should make sure that everyone is properly supervised. This means that younger kids should be within an arm’s length of a responsible adult. Remember, never let anyone swim alone and have inexperienced swimmers stay in the shallow end and/or wear a life jacket.

3. Teach Every Family Member to Swim
Teaching all your family members to swim is one of the easiest ways to eliminate any dangers that come with swimming. This includes taking a swimming course at your local pool or having a responsible adult teach your kids.

4. Protect Your Pool
Surround your swimming pool with a fence that measures at least 4 feet. You should also take out any ladders when you are not using your pool. Additionally, cover your pool and hot tub when they are not in use.

5. Create and Enforce Swim Rules
To make your pool safer, create swim rules, much like you would find at a public swimming pool. These rules might include:
– No running
– No horseplay
– No diving
– Avoid the drain covers
Be sure to enforce these rules as well.

What To Do If You Have Been Injured in a Swimming Pool
If you have been injured this summer while swimming in a pool, you should contact a Florida personal injury lawyer sooner rather than later. They can help you file a claim and get the compensation you deserve for your injury. Contact Zimmet & Zimmet lawyers, some of the best Daytona Beach personal injury attorneys, for more information on how they can help you.

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