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New Pool Safety Reference Guide Now Available – And Features Clarion!

Posted by Bethany Stadelmann | 21st Jul 2014

It's summertime, the time of year when many of us could benefit by brushing up on our water safety knowledge. If you're a pool operator, pool manager, residential pool owner, swimming coach, or lifeguard, there's a new resource for practical water safety information that may be especially helpful to be aware of:

The Complete Swimming Pool Reference

Aquatic professionals Tom Griffiths and Rachel Griffiths recently published the third edition of their book, "The Complete Swimming Pool Reference". The book aims to educate on the newest swimming pool technologies and information in order to improve the safety and enjoyment of guests at aquatic facilities, and has now been updated with the latest news and trends on topics like the Americans with Disabilities Act, risk management, and water safety. Clarion Pool Safety Signs

You won't want to miss the chapter on "Rethinking Pool Signage," which has been authored by Clarion's CEO, Geoffrey Peckham. That section of the book explores the main purposes of pool safety sign systems and the characteristics of effective, best practice signage.

"Aquatic facilities face three major challenges: preventing accidents from occurring, protecting their facility from liability and meeting code regulations," Peckham says. "Using the ANSI standards, well-designed graphical symbols, clearly defining and communicating their content, and choosing the ideal placement locations are the keys to an effective pool safety sign system. Getting this information right can be the difference between life and death for a facility's patrons."

To learn more about pool safety and effective pool safety sign systems, be sure to visit the pool safety section of our website today!

Online Quote Request Options

Need a quote for our sign, label and tag products? Our customer service team is standing by to hear from you via phone, online chat or email! For your convenience, we also have two options you can use to submit your request quickly and easily online:

Option 1: Cart-to-quote Tool

Generate a quote for all of the items in your shopping cart. Simply add items to your online shopping cart and then click the "Get Quote for Cart Items" button in the cart preview dropdown or at the bottom of the cart page.

This option works great for both standard and custom products that are available for purchase on our website.

Option 2: Quote Request Form

Request a quote by typing in the product part number(s) or a description of the custom part(s). You can also upload RFQ-related documentation, such as a drawings and specification sheets.

This option works great for products not available for purchase on our website and for complex quotes.