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Kids and water safety

  • Pools are awesome! What could be better than a dip in the pool and fun in the sun? But it's important to remember that a pool's sides and bottom are usually made of concrete, a rock-hard material. A slip or fall could be painful and dangerous. Swimming is a lot of fun, but drowning is a real danger. Kids always love to play in the water. Hence it's the duty of parents to take care of their kids. Here is an article on water safety of kids ( ). It points to the fact that children between the ages 1 to 4 have the highest drowning rate. Hence barriers such as pool fencing should be used to help prevent young children from gaining access to the pool area without caregivers awareness. The article shares so many views on how to tighten the security of children in pools. It is such an informative article that everyone must go through in order to protect your children from water accidents.

  • Umm, the key points in the article are pretty good. But, it would be best if you can install an alarm system from a company that offers security services for residential complexes. If it's a home pool, go for a bunch of cameras so you can monitor activity while you move back and forth between the kitchen or some other room. If it's a common pool, you can always hire a security professional. Perhaps, get it from the community fund?

  • Nice blog... Appreciate it...

  • Your tips are good it is very important to take care of the kids during swimming. Some tips are here to keep your family safe while enjoying all types of water activities . Firstly not allowing your kids to access a pool or water area without parents. There are many swimming programs are available for younger children and babies, but the main point is to build confidence and encouraging the child to enjoy the water, rather than teaching them to swim.

  • Great subject matter. can never talk safety enough. Too many young kids get into trouble in the water. It is essential to take things like life jackets for infants very seriously. I think communication with kids is also critical. Inform them as to what is dangerous and what is not.

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