Some pools are required to comply with ADA and many pools are not. We sort through the confusion to answer your questions. Learn more »
Research shows that as a pool surface becomes increasingly agitated, submerged bodies disappear from view. Sunlight, shadows, surface reflection and glare only serve to compound the problem. Learn more »
Our opinion is that the best way to prevent child drowning is for lifeguards and pool patrons to work together in watching children. Learn more »
The Virginia Graeme Baker Act still allows for single main drains in commercial swimming pools and spas, which can lead to serious injury. Our opinion is that the best and safest solution is properly sized and installed multiple main drains, and that single main drain configurations, even with a secondary anti-entrapment system, continue to present risk. Learn more »
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ADA Compliance Now In Effect - We’re Here to Clarify
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance provisions affecting swimming pools are now in effect. All public swimming facilities are required to be compliant as of January 31, 2013 or the first day of pool operations....
Now Hiring for Year Round Position
The Pool Management Group, in Atlanta, has an opening for a Field Support Associate. ...
16 companies of The Pool Management Group hold Annual Winter Meeting to plan for 2013
With internationally known aquatic safety expert Dr. Tom Griffiths in attendance to consult on the latest research in lifeguarding and water safety, The Pool Management Group and its 16 partner companies met in November to plan for 2013. ...