March 23, 2007, Newsletter Issue #32: Keep A First Aid Kit Specifically For Swimming Pool Emergencies

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Consider purchasing a first aid kit tailored specifically for swimming pool emergencies.
This type of kit would contain a first aid guide from the American Medical Association, items to treat cuts and bruises, eye drops for chlorine irritation and a face-shield with a one-way valve to protect you should you need to perform CPR.
Store the kit in a cool, dry area in close proximity to your swimming pool. Make sure it is clearly labeled and teach everyone who uses your swimming pool where the kit is located.
This first aid kit should be combined with several other baby barriers to prevent serious swimming pool accidents.

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