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POOL SAFETY SYSTEMS


Solutions For Pool Safety


SWIMMING POOL SAFETY IS A TOPIC WHICH ALWAYS FOCUSES THE MINDS OF THOSE WORKING WITHIN THE INDUSTRY AND WHILST A POOL COVER OR ENCLOSURE WILL UNDOUBTEDLY PROVIDE SECURITY TO A SWIMMING POOL, WHAT OTHER SYSTEMS ARE OUT THERE? WE TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SOLUTIONS THAT ARE HELPING TO MAKE THE SWIMMING POOL ENVIRONMENT A SAFER ONE


By Andrea Hartshorne


safer for all, it’s a sad fact that while swimming and playing in water is a wonderful way to keep fit and stay healthy, accidents can and do happen. It’s because of this threat to life that safety systems continue to be developed and while a pool cover or enclosure are great ways to stop unauthorised or unsupervised access to a pool, there are other options available and what happens when the accidents occur when the swimming pool is actively being used? Thankfully, there are many products available that are making pools a safer place to be and we take a closer look at just some.


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LIFE SAVER POOL FENCE Richard Holling of Life Saver Pool Fence: “I have been selling fences since 2005 and it is only now that the industry is starting to think about this at all seriously. The reality is


76 June 2014 SPN www.swimmingpoolnews.co.uk ith many websites and


organisations available to provide great advice on options to make swimming pools and indeed spas


that an unprotected or unsecured swimming pool is like leaving a loaded gun in your back garden. No matter what you say to kids about keeping away, their innate curiosity will


The benefit of a Life Saver Pool Fence is that you can take it down when not required


draw them to it. For small children the pool is, by definition, a happy place where they play with Mum and Dad. The fact that they can’t swim is not a factor, as they may well


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