Harley\'s Law Barriers of Protection for swimming pools

Harley\'s Law Everyday In The U.S. 9 People Drown. Barriers for Swimming Pools for both public and private Now we know Supervision is the best way to Protect Children and sometimes that may not always be the case. Law to be passed in All 50 states Harley\'s Law Pushing for Barriers of Protection for swimming pools.(Both public and private) Not just for swimming pools but also spas, home ponds and fountains. No Pool will be left uncovered or unguarded or unalarmed. Barriers for pools All Pools must be required to have pool fences around them.A barrier that is 5 to 6 ft high,non climbing or attractive to young children.Fence gates should be self closing and self latching,the gate should be well maintained as to close and latch easily and out of reach of young children. The fence or other barriers should be at least 5 feet high. It should have no foot- or handholds that could help a young child to climb it. Vertical fence slats should be less than 4 inches apart to prevent a child from squeezing through. If the fence is chain link,then no part of the diamond-shaped opening should be larger than 1-3/4 inches. DOOR ALARMS If the house forms one side of the barrier,then doors leading from the house to the pool should be protected with alarms that produce an audible sound when a door is unexpectedly opened. Install an alarm that can be temporarily turned off by an adult for a single opening of the door by using a keypad or switch that is out of a child

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State Rep. Mike Kroger(South Dakota), Mother\'s For Water Safety Coalition,Advance Pool Safety, Jeff Ellis and Assiocates

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www.mfwsc.com www.mfwsc.com/harleyslaw.htm

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    frank wells, United States

    5 years ago State: -
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    Comments: evryday 9 people drown in the US. but these nin did not all drown in swimming pools. You are needlessly punishing all pool owners for drownings which are not all related to pools. most pool drowning victims (children) die in a relatives pool because some 'person' does not watch them. What happened to personal responsibility? Do we need a government aganecy to help us raise watch our children?
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    Mbayeuwikusjssd, Latvia

    5 years ago State: Minnesota
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