Several solutions are available to make your pool safer and more secure. You
you can choose to have a protective fence installed around the pool to limit the risk of accidents.
access to the pool, or install an alarm that is submerged (detecting in less than 11 seconds
any abnormal activity such as the fall of a child under 6 kg) or peripheral (which detects
the involuntary presence of a bather in the predefined zone thanks to infrared terminals
implanted beforehand).
But you can also secure your pool by installing a pool cover.
pool, which covers the entire pool area and makes access to the pool more difficult, in particular
for a small child, or equip your pool with a protective cover (roller shutter, etc.).
or tarpaulin). It can be soft or hard, manual or automatic.
Securing your pool is certainly reassuring for parents of young children, but above all it’s a way of ensuring that your children’s safety.
an obligation that every owner must respect. The law (Art. L. 128-1.A) which came into force in
effective January 1, 2004, requires the installation of a safety device on swimming pools.
buried or semi-buried, to prevent any risk of children drowning.
What’s more, whether you choose to install a shelter, a gate, an alarm or a shutter
with underwater locker, you are responsible for ensuring that these devices
comply with the standards laid down by Afnor, the French Standards Association.
These are as follows:
NF P 90-309 for pool enclosures
NF P 90-306 for safety barriers
NF P 90-307 for alarms
NF P 90-308 for protective covers
Of course, in addition to securing your pool with these elements, it is important not to
never leave a child unsupervised, even if he or she knows how to swim. The presence of an adult at
to avoid drowning accidents.

 

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