Drowning is the leading cause of death among kids in Florida. Florida law says your pool has to be enclosed, it must have a safety cover, doors that lead to the pool must have an alarm or a self closing, latch. For more information visit needreed.com. It's like having a lawyer in the family.
Eight out of ten public swimming pools in the Sunshine State are at risk for immediate closure due to public health violations, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Safety equipment violations, disinfectant concentration violations, and pool chemical safety violations were the top three categories; there was more than one infraction at 80 [...]
Particularly during the summer months when children are on summer vacation from school, people are excited to go swimming and attend backyard barbeques. Of course, the possibility for accidents involving pools grows with increased pool use. Spinal injuries can occur when people dive into shallow water. People can become electrocuted if the electrical component of [...]