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Effective Supervision

The most critical line of defense is adult supervision. No level of aquatic skill can replace active supervision. Put phones away while at the pool. If your child is ever missing, look in the water first.

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Survival Swim Lessons

A moment’s inattention does not have to cost a child his life. ISR’s Self-Rescue training is an added layer of protection, teaching your child water survival skills in a safe environment.

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Alarms

Make sure all doors and windows leading to the pool are locked and alarmed. Alarms should indicate that someone is in the pool area or has opened/closed a door or gate, or is trying to climb the fence.

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CPR

If an emergency happens, it is essential parents and families are prepared. Learn to perform CPR on children and adults and remember to update those skills regularly.

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Pool Fences

Install a permanent 4-sided fence with self-locking gates. Ensure that the pool fence is at least 3-5 feet from the pool edge. Remove patio furniture that may be pushed or pulled and used as a ladder.

Even if your child has had swimming lessons, no child is drown-proof and there is absolutely no substitute for adult supervision.

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