Who is watching the pool?

by admin on June 17, 2017

Sponsored by Capital Insurance Group

CIG Water Watcher tag 2017

When you host or attend a backyard pool party, who is watching the kids in the pool?  If the yard is full of adults, it may feel like someone must be keeping an eye on the pool, but that is not the case.  Adults are busy talking, eating, and having fun at the party.  Make sure kids are actively supervised at all times by choosing a Water Watcher. A Water Watcher is a responsible adult who agrees to watch the kids in the water without distractions and wear a Water Watcher card. After a certain amount of time (such as 15-minutes), the Water Watcher card is passed to another adult, who is responsible for the active supervision.

Download and print your own Safe Kids Water Watcher card here in English, or here in Spanish.  You can also order Water Watcher cards from the Pool Safely campaign here.

Safe Kids Greater Sacramento thanks the new Roseville, CA office of Capital Insurance Group for sponsoring lanyards for Water Watcher cards at our summer 2017 events.

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