More stories about Safety

  • The Path to Redemption

    Several years ago, the Texas legislature considered requiring fences around virtually every man-made body of water.

  • Groups Join Forces for Pool Safety Push

    Pool safety education will get a nationwide boost next spring, thanks to the combined efforts of two child safety groups.

  • NSPF Off to the Races

    A month after the contract was signed, the National Swimming Pool Foundation held the first of its educational training events on the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act.

  • Promoting Safety

    When talking with new customers, contractors almost always are the first to raise the topic of pool safety.

  • Group Alleges ‘Children at Risk’ with VGB

    The Pool Safety Council has waged a strongly worded campaign to change the requirements of the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act.

  • Twisted Topic

    The Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act is going on three years old, but questions still persist.

  • The Answers

    So which pools are affected by the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act?

  • Pennington Leaves Vac-Alert

    Controversial figure Paul Pennington has left Vac-Alert, the Santa Rosa, Calif.-based manufacturer of safety vacuum release systems

  • Safety Groups: Drownings Underreported

    As a result of ongoing concerns regarding the underreporting of drownings in metropolitan areas, safety groups across the country are taking action.

  • Texas Bills Protect Pool Service and Safety

    Two Texas bills affecting the pool and spa industry are on their way to the governor’s desk.