Legally Responsible

The primary duty of aquatic facility staff is to ensure the health and safety of swimmers. Sadly, accidents will happen. I have been personally involved in several legal issues concerning pool equipment failure, gas heater installations and chlorine gas traveling into locker rooms. These unfortunate incidents led me to research ways to protect an aquatic facility from legal implications and embarrassments. Lifeguards, maintenance personnel and other employees do not need a law degree, but they must understand the potential risks …


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