Hot Tub Safety Infographic

Spending time in the spa or hot tub is especially enjoyable during cooler weather. Remember to follow hot tub safety rules this winter season to ensure everyone has a fun and safe experience. This hot tub safety infographic is a fun way to go over spa rules with your guests.

Hot Tub Safety Infographic

General hot tub rules to follow:

  • Observe the spa or hot tub limits regarding the maximum allowable number of bathers. Exclude children under the age of 5 from using hot tubs.
  • Never use the spa or hot tub if you are using alcohol or drugs. The combination can cause drowsiness or unconsciousness, resulting in drowning or a heart attack.
  • Spa water temperatures should never exceed 104 degrees Fahrenheit. High temperatures can cause drowsiness which may lead to unconsciousness, resulting in drowning.
  • Keep a locked spa safety cover on the spa whenever it is not in use and keep children away¬†unless there is constant adult supervision.

Note: Consult a doctor before entering a hot tub if you are pregnant, have a history of heart disease, diabetes, blood pressure problems or are taking medication.

Posted: Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 @ 2:56 pm
Categories: Pool Safety, Spas / Hot Tubs.
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