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Water Safety

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Parents whose children have drowned say the day of the tragedy started out just like any other day.  No matter how the drowning happened or where it happened – in a pool, spa, or any other body of water – one thing was the same: the seconds that claimed their child’s life slid by silently, without warning and forever remain unchanged.  It is a fact that drowning is the leading cause of injury death of children younger than 5 years of age.  In Orange County last year, nine children under the age of 5 years and another 25 person’s age 5 to 77 years lost their lives in a drowning event.  Another 26 were reported as near drowning events involving various ages and injuries. The statistics steadily continue to grow each year.  Remember drowning prevention is everyone’s responsibility – watch the water!


What can you do to prevent drowning?

The best way to prevent a drowning is to prepare now and complete a few simple steps to build your water safety knowledge that include prevention, active supervision and training:

 Anti-Entrapment Drain Covers

anti entrapment drain covers

 Pool Safety

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 Pool and Spa Safety Info

pool spa safety info

 Pool and Spa Safety Info- Spanish

pool spa safety info spanish

 Pool and Spa Safety Tips - Spanish

pool spa safety tips spanish

Tips to Prevent Drowning at Home

tips to prevent drowning at home

 Tips to Prevent Drowning in Open Water

tips to prevent drowning in open water

Water Watcher Card 

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 Water Watcher Card - Spanish

 watcher card spanish