Required Pool Safety Equipment

1 06 2010
Lifeguard

Photo by Frank Uyttenhove

Does your swimming pool open today? If so you will need a few essential lifesaving items: Spineboards or backboards with a head immobilizer, guard rescue tubes, lifesaving ring buoy, and of course some lifeguards. The lifeguard backboards are a must for every public swimming pool or private club swimming pool, and don’t forget to purchase the backboard straps. Life guard rescue tubes are also a must have item for every lifeguard on your pool deck. These are available in 40″ and 50″ sizes. Guard ring buoys and shepherds hooks for lifeguarding are also important safety devices for pools.

 





Lifeguard Rescue Tubes

5 04 2010
Rescue TubeWhether you’re lifeguarding by the beach, lake, or pool, a rescue tube is an essential item for all lifeguards. There are many different rescue techniques that you can use whether in the water as a floatation device and tow line or out of the water as a throwable floatation device and also as an extension to reach out to your victim. The rescue tubes are also suitable for ice rescue, but no need to worry about that if you are like me and live in Texas.
The rescue tubes are covered with heavy-duty vinyl and made of closed-cell foam, the guard rescue tube does not absorb water, so you don’t have to worry about rotting or mildew.  To extend the life and provide more comfort then you shouldGuard Rescue Tube Cover look into getting a rescue tube cover. The rescue tube cover is used to slide over the rescue tube to protect the tube from the constant usage they go through. It’s also a wise investment to protect your tubes from Guards picking at them or dragging them on the cement. With the guard tube covers you will maximize the life of your rescue tubes. These are highly recommended for all rescue tubes.







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