At American Pool we have provided over 10,000 CPR and AED certifications over the years, and to this day we continue to stress the importance of emergency preparedness and safety training. On Thursday, March 30, our experienced Red Cross instructors from American Pool Edison and Berlin, NJ operations taught a CPR and AED class to [...]
Pool management services need to be aware of AED and equipment recalls because it alerts consumers of faulty equipment, which could save a swimmer's life.
Investing in an on-site AED may be a wise decision, given the increasing presence of these life-saving devices in public pools.
The presence of an AED on-hand is not only a lifesaving tool, it's also an important assistant to lifeguards and backup if a victim's condition should worsen.
The growing importance of AEDs at pools shows that investing in a unit regardless of legislation may be a good idea. Remember that the device must comply with regulations and needs to be properly maintained.
Managing a commercial pool means putting in many precautions. The presence of AEDs and trained lifeguards would not only protect guests from potential harm, but would also provide them with peace of mind.