Swimming pools have been so multi functional these days that they don’t stop in being places for athletes to train for swimming competitions. This way, swimming pools become one of the coziest types of places in the world. The swimming pools become even more interesting to explore and enjoy given the foods and drinks provided all around the area.
This doesn’t include the ornaments and other necessary “decorations” all around the swimming pools to ensure safety for every swimmers and socializers all around the areas. Two common ways to ensure safety before, during, and after swimming are by using buoys and lockers.
Buoys are among the most popular methods to save children from risks as in drowning, injuries, and even deaths around the swimming pools areas. These are also adults’ favorites, including adults who haven’t reached the mastery levels of 160 m depth and above swimming pools.
Almost all swimming pools provide buoys for at least one side of the swimming pool areas. The buoys are either attached on the swimming pools’ ornaments as in the tall and big trees or saved inside the crews’ exclusive lockers.
For adult swimming pools, the crews use buoys provided in the swimming pool area only when they are in danger. For example, they scream because they are nearly drowning, and people nearby are witnessing them or use any means to alert the crews to get on moving and use buoys to save those people.
The next thing to ensure safety before, during, and after swimming inside swimming pools is to use the locker facilities. Basic lockers in every swimming pool areas are complete with keys that only the designated customers or staffs can open. Sometimes, these types of keys are not enough on their own.
Some swimming pools attach unique waterproof bracelets to the keys. The keys function as the safety deposit boxes for customers’ belongings, while the waterproof bracelets are for crews’ identifications in case unwanted things happen inside and outside the swimming pool areas.
There are some others as well that use unique methods to ensure the safety of the customers’ belongings inside the lockers. For example, some swimming pools’ locker systems use personality test generators to generate keys based on how the customers answer the personality test questions displayed on screen. They get colorful unique keys from there on.