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New Lincoln Catalog Available

Concord, Calif.–Lincoln Equipment, Inc. announces the release of their updated Commercial Swimming Pool Equipment Catalog. The 184-page catalog contains the most comprehensive selection of commercial swimming pool equipment, chemicals and supplies. For more information, call (800) 223-5450, or visit www.lincolnaquatics.com.

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ASHI Releases Upgraded CPR/AED Materials

Eugene, Ore.–American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) announces the launch of new and improved CPR and AED for the Community and Workplace training materials, which incorporates both instructor and student resources. The instructor package features a 54-minute DVD hi-definition, an all new Instructor Guide as well as a modified PowerPoint presentation that corresponds directly to the updated student materials. The new student handbook offers larger, graphic-rich pictures in an easier-to-comprehend format. These new materials continue to follow the 2005 guidelines for first aid (new guidelines will not be released until 2010). For more information, call (800) 246-5101, or visit www.ashinstitute.org.

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BCI Burke Offers Playground Safety Tips

Fond Du Lac, Wis.–BCI Burke offers the following safety tips to prevent common playground hazards and mishaps:

· Look for safety signs on playgrounds that help inform parents and other supervisors which structures are age appropriate for the children in their care.

· Make sure debris and litter are cleaned up promptly to prevent tripping or health issues.

· Be on the lookout for broken parts, rust, protruding hardware, sharp edges or other evidence of disrepair.

· Choose a cooler part of the day to play, if possible. Be sure to apply sunscreen to protect children’s delicate skin.

· Always supervise children at play. A majority of injuries occur on playgrounds because children are not being properly being monitored.

For more information, visit www.bciburke.com and www.getintensity.com.

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Kings Beach State Recreation Area To Switch Hands

California State Parks and the North Tahoe Public Utility Commission (NTPUD) have announced that after nearly 30 years of operation, NTPUD will turn operations of the Kings Beach State Recreation Area (KBSRA) back over to California State Parks. KBSRA is a six-acre park bordering the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Initial acquisition of the park was made by State Parks in March 1974. NTPUD has been operating it for State Parks for nearly 30 years.

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