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It took seven years with many of you involved in writing the Model Aquatic Health Code, it was published nearly a year ago. Now it's time to vote on the over 150 proposed changes to the MAHC this October. It's easy to be involved and have a vote. You can read more about it here in this news release.http://ow.ly/QlgLe 

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Swimming is a fun activity! But it only takes a small amount of negligence to turn into a situation where a serious injury or even death occurs. Young children and people who do not have much experience swimming are particularly prone to hazards if appropriate water safety signs are not installed in all the high-risk areas.
Therefore, to prevent any fatal injuries, pool safety and accident prevention signs should be carefully installed so as to minimize the chances of any misadventures.
For more information on pool safety signs, please visit http://www.clarionsafety.com/Pool-Safety-Signs/

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