Category Archive: Health and Safety

When was your last Balance Tank Clean?

It’s easy to ignore what you can’t see, however if you leave a balance tank without a clean or inspection then the damages can be extremely costly, not to mention any health issues… Continue reading

Are your outlet grilles a lethal danger to swimmers?

‘There should be at least two outlets per suction line at a sufficient distance apart to prevent a body being drawn or trapped by two suction line outlets. The amount of suction produced… Continue reading

Did you know? – As a client you are responsible for divers safety

When engaging the services of a diving contractor the client is responsible for ensuring the work is conducted safely. Clients need to ensure the diving contractor can carry out the task safely. This… Continue reading

How to deal with broken glass in your pool

It is every pool owners worst nightmare… getting broken glass in a swimming pool. Broken glass is a major cutting hazard in pools as it is extremely difficult to see. It lies on… Continue reading

Anchors away!

Lane swimming is a popular pass time for all levels of swimmer.  Some use it for gentle exercise while others train for competitive sports.  In many pools lane swimming can be occurring at… Continue reading

Health and Safety Topic – Drainage Gullies

‘ Floor gullies, gutters and valleys should not constitute a tripping hazard, and the drainage outlet should have no sharp edges. They should also be easy to maintain and clean.’ Extract from Managing… Continue reading