Pool Safety Tips

Following these simple guidelines can help keep your pool area fun, relaxing and safe:

  • Aways make sure that everybody in the pool knows how to swim. Never let anyone swim alone.
  • Install four-sided fencing with self-locking and self-closing gates to prevent children and pets from using the pool without adult supervision
  • Post "Pool Rules" and use pool depth markings
  • Keep glass and other sharp items outside the pool area
  • Keep a well-stocked first-aid kit handy, but out of the reach of small children. Keep an emergency medical phone number nearby.
  • Do not swim during severe weather or thunderstorms. Move to an indoor shelter for the duration of the storm.
  • Don't dive into the shallow end of the pool
  • Keep electrical appliances away from the pool. Consider installing a ground fault interrupter to shut off power in case of a sudden power surge.
  • Always keep a Shepherd's Crook and a life ring available for emergency use
  • Take time to learn first aid and CPR techniques. It could save a life.


Other pool safety and training resources:


The Fort Worth Public Health Department offers the Friends and Family CPR course. This is an orientation class that focuses on practicing basic CPR skills. This is not a certification class for health care providers. Friends and Family CPR classes are free and provide residents with life-saving training. 

Individuals may schedule a CPR class by calling 817-871-6237.

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Simple pool safety guidelines
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