All pools have a few safety issues that should be considered by any pool owner:
First, and most important, is the ability to see the bottom when emtering the water. Many people "dive" into a pool from the deck (even if the pool does not have a diving board) which can be a safety issue if the bottom is diffult to see. This problem can be especially difficult if the pool is shaded at certain times of the day, regardless of the bottom color.
Second, is the ability to see objects or persons in the water prior to entering the water to avoid an impact or collision.
Third, would be the concern that the question raises about the ability to see a small child under the water.
Black and dark color pools have been in use extensively for years and have not proven to be more dangerous than lighter colored pools.
In regards to your question, the best advice is to NEVER have to look for a missing child in the water in the first place by exercising extreme caution and employing all recommended safeguards to keep children safe around your pool.
ANSWER:: And I might add to that. Children should be under constant supervision. No distractions such as using a phone, taking care of details near the pool. Your eyes should never leave small children in pools, period. The clarity of the pool water is of utmost concern with not being able to see a child, person, pet who is under the surface of the water. Do not rely on flotation devices. These are toys unless they are approved by the USCG.
The safety issue here is when you distract your attention from the child or children in the pool you loose visual contact -- that is when a mishap can occur. If there more children than you can safely handle then you need help from another parent or adult! More children drown when the person in charge has diverted their attention from the pool.
There are many safety rules in place for children inside of a school. One safety rule is no running.
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Making sure you use sunscreen and making sure you don't get sunburn- any safety involving damage from the sun.
As altitude increases the atmosphere gets thinner, making it more difficult to breathe. By pressurizing the interior, the people inside can breathe more easily.
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Children can not be cops, but children can practice safety and enforce it too. (With fellow children and friends)
There is a great video call "Fire Safety for kids" that explains to children the importance of fire safety. You can find this video at shortburst.com.
Talib Rothengatter has written: 'Traffic safety education for young children' -- subject(s): Study and teaching, Traffic safety, Traffic safety and children
Safety requirements only deal with the tip of the iceberg when it comes to safety risks. The children will still have to use their good judgement in safety situations. Many of the requirements are to protect children who are younger than the age of reason.
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elderly people are more susceptible to illness, generally having a lower immune system. making food safety (as far as preparation and cooking) extremely important. young children and infants, and those with with a autoimmune disease such as diabetes are also at a greater risk of illness- making proper use of food safety guidelines very important.
A safety is when you intentionally leave your opponent in a position where it is either difficult or impossible to make a shot.
children raced to safety, and birds flew away as the river flooded the banks.
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Nature has safety valves. Most people like this are sterile, they can have children by adoption.
No one counts how many safety professionals have children. Probably most, but not all, do.
You can access the additional support relating to the health and safety by making direct contact to a given health and safety institution.
Yvonne Marie Vissing has written: 'How to keep your children safe' -- subject(s): Safety measures, Child abuse, Children and adults, Child care, Safety education, Services for, Children, Prevention
So you can show younger children an example of how you should act if that child wants to be a safety patrol.
Striped animals in a crowd are more difficult to single out and therefore more difficult to attack. So they have safety in numbers.
it is making sure their are no hazards around that area