No, not from the pump. The pump (what moves the water) and the filter (usually ~24 inch diameter tank filled with sand) will be located away from the pool. The electrical connection is at the pump, but there is no electricity from the pump near the pool; the lines for the circulation system only carry water. If the pool and equipment are not grounded and bonded there may be a possibility of shock or tingly sensation. There is much more of a danger if the above applies and you stand in damp ground and touch the pump motor.
Yes. Running the pool filter pump while swimming has no adverse effects to the swimmers.
Swimming pool pumps have no reset button.
Alegria is a good reseller if you want to buy a heat pump for your swimming pool (in Belgium).
Pump air in it with a bicycle wheel pump
The purpose of a swimming pool heat pump is to rise the temperature of the water. The pool then can be used for swimming even on days when the weather is not perfect. The swimming pool season is extended.
You should never run a swimming-pool pump dry! The most likely problem, from the rather flimsy evidence in your question hinting at it not rotating, is not with the pump or its motor but a fault in the electrical supply to the pool plant, or in the timer or other pump controller.
It is a great pump. It isn't only quiet but it also produces the highest water flow offered by any pump.
1/2 horse power
one and a half horsepower.
Because the pump is set to "vacuum to waste".