Water safety tips issued ahead of holidays


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  • Alcohol and water do not mix. Stay away from dams and rivers when intoxicated.
  • Do not fish using nets.
  • Do not contaminate rivers and dams by littering.
  • Don’t swim in rivers and dams; you risk drowning or contracting water-borne diseases.
  • Do not under no circumstances leave children unattended around water.
  • Always have a designated adult appointed to watch over young children near anybody or water.
  • Never allow young children in the pool without an adult, regardless of how confident you may feel.
  • Don’t allow a young child to play in the vicinity of an accessible swimming pool or sea.
  • Don’t think your child is immune just because they are having swimming lessons. Something as unexpected as a cramp or strong currant could undermine all their previous training.
  • Flotation devices, nets and fences are no substitute for caution and supervision.
  • Learn Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). This is especially advisable for babysitters, minders, parents and older siblings
  • Keep a list of emergency numbers programmed on your cell phone and make sure that everyone in the household knows how to access help in such a situation.