Rules for safe swimming
Swimming is a fun activity for children during the summer. To help avoid accidents in the water, we offer you advise, safety and rescue techniques that can save a life. Check the following rules for safe swimming and enjoy the summer for good!
Most accidents related to water can be avoided by knowing and following basic safety rules. It is important to teach children and adults the safety rules they must know about water and to swim skillfully.
According to a recent survey conducted by the Red Cross, more than 70 percent of people plan outdoor activities related to water. Almost half of the parents with children between the ages of 3 and 17 plan to enjoy activities in areas where there are no lifeguards.
For safe harvesting, follow our advice:
- First and foremost: learn to swim. Nearly two million people of all ages learn to swim every year.
- It is important to supervise children very closely when they are in the water.
- Inexperienced swimmers must wear life jackets approved by the United States Coast Guard at all times.
- Have the ability to administer CPR and first aid.
- If you have a pool, have rescue equipment on hand.
- You should always have a ring buoy, life jackets, ropes or other objects that can be used to help a person in trouble. Make sure you have a first aid kit, cell phone or wireless and emergency contact information in the pool.
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