SWIMMING POOL ENCLOSURES:
The best prevention strategy to reduce drowning in residential pools is, without a doubt, the installation of a pool fence. Researchers estimate that adequate fencing would prevent seven out of ten drowning incidents involving children under five in residential pools. Of course, nothing can replace the surveillance of an adult, stay vigilant.
POOL GATE FOR RESIDENTIAL SWIMMING POOL ENCLOSURE:
Your fence should include a self-closing and self-locking gate that opens outward from the pool. There are also guidelines for placement of self-latching devices to prevent a child from reaching over or through the opening to release the lock.
RESIDENTIAL POOL ENCLOSURE: Children can drown very quickly and quietly, even in just a few centimetres of water. Lock access to all water (even shallow portable pools) when an adult is not present.
The fence around a pool is a key element in preventing drowning risks, particularly with kids under 5 years old.
Make sure your pool is inaccesible in all time.
SECURE YOUR POOL!