Diving Do's and Don'ts
- Do know the shape of the pool bottom and the depth of the pool, before you dive or slide headfirst.
- Do plan your path to avoid submerged obstacles, service objects and other pool users.
- Do hold your head up, arms up and steer up with your hands.
- Do keep arms extended and head and arms up.
- Do practice carefully before you dive or slide headfirst.
- Do test the diving board for it's spring before using.
- Do drive straight ahead - not off the side of a diving board.
And now the don'ts
- Don't drink and dive!
- Don't attempt to dive into an above ground pool.
- Don't dive or slide headfirst into the shallow part of the pool.
- Don't run and dive.
- Don't dive from any place that is not specifically designed for diving.
- Don't engage in horseplay on diving or sliding equipment.
- Don't use diving equipment as a trampoline.
- Don't attempt a back dive. Back yard pools are not designed for such dangerous dives.
- Don't try anything fancy. Keep it simple.
- Don't dive or slide headfirst at or through objects such as inner tubes.
- Don't put diving or sliding equipment on a pool that wasn't designed for it.
- Don't swim or dive alone.
A & B Pool Services
by Allen Beagle
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Cape Coral BT 17-66861
Lee County: 1002983
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