If you’re a pool owner, you probably already know about the importance of knowing how to swim or float to prevent drowning. But are you aware of the many pitfalls around pools and spas that can lead to electrical shock?
In this issue, we’ll talk about how you can make sure you and your pool guests are better protected from electrical shock and what to do if someone is shocked in your pool or spa.
WHAT CAN I DO TO MAKE MY POOL SAFE FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCKS?
The best protection is inspection and detection. To do that, here is a checklist to make sure everyone in your pool is protected.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF SOMEONE IS SHOCKED IN MY POOL?
According to the American Red Cross, here is what you should do if someone is shocked in your pool:
IF YOUR HOUSE OR BUSINESS IS DAMAGED BY FIRE, CALL J&M KEYSTONE, INC.
We hope you have a wonderful summer. Remember, if your house or business is damaged by fire, call the trusted restoration professionals at J&M Keystone, Inc. to get your house feeling like home again.
We’re available 24/7, and our number is 800-368-2757.
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