News tagged “safety”

American Pool Sponsors CAI Discussion on Community Pool Safety

By Julia Southerland May 23, 2017 , , , , ,

American Pool representatives Matt Silver from Heartline and Beth Barnett from American Pool Berlin, New Jersey. Last week representatives from American Pool Edison, New Jersey and Berlin, New Jersey led a discussion on community pool safety strategy at the CAI New Jersey Networking Reception. Our pool professionals aimed to raise awareness of pool hazards that community managers […]

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How to Properly Test, Maintain, and Use your Eyewash Station

Any knowledgeable pool manager understands the importance of having a working eyewash station on-site. Eyewash stations are both an OSHA and ANSI requirement for work areas that contain corrosive substances. At your facility corrosive substances include chlorine, muriatic acid, algaecide, and any other chemical used to keep your pool both clean and clear throughout the […]

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What every pool manager should know about diving boards

What every pool manager should know about diving boards

By Daniel Lawler October 14, 2014

It doesn’t matter if the diving board is installed correctly and there’s enough water for even the highest dive – pool management and lifeguards need to be able to spot any problematic patron behavior and faulty equipment that could potentially lead to serious injury.

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