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Videos - "Pool Safely" Campaign - 2011
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- Pool Safely, Step 1 - Supervision (9/17/10)
- Pool Safely, Step 2 - Fencing (9/17/10)
- Pool Safely, Step 3 - Pool & Spa Covers (9/17/10)
- Pool Safely, Step 4 - Alarms (9/17/10)
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"Pool Safely" Campaign - 2011
|CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) and partners Safe Kids USA and the National Drowning Prevention Alliance (NDPA) joined forces to introduce a new kids safety education program. The centerpiece of the program is a multi-part educational video which are part of CPSC’s national Pool Safely campaign.|
This introduction video highlights individual experiences and uses seven simple Pool Safely steps to encourage safe and responsible behavior in and around pools and spas. It is introduced by actress Ming-Na, the voice of Mulan in Disney animated films and star of the NBC drama “ER.”
Pool Safely, Step 1 - Supervision
This segment stresses that constant supervision is an important step to ensure safety around pools and spas.
This segment teaches the important safety step of making sure pools and spas have secure fencing and gates to keep children safe.
This segment stresses the important safety step of making sure pools and spas have secure covers that give the message "not open".
This segment introduces us to the many types of alarms available. Choose the alarm system that works best for you.
Drains, skimmers, pipes and other types of pool equipment can pose danger to swimmers.
This segment teaches us that learning how to swim can save lives. Drowning and close calls are eight times more likely to happen to kids who can't swim or to kids being supervised by adults who can't swim.
In this segment actress Ming-Na, shares her close call experience at a pool with her son.
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