These rules are only a few of the possible ones. Follow manufacturer’s or designer’s instructions and applicable laws.
The therapy spa is for adults (18 years of age or older)
Children are not allowed within the designated spa area.
All persons using the spa must be at least 16 years old. No child under the
age of 16 should even be in the spa area.
Anyone under the influence of alcohol, anticoagulants, antihistamines, vasoconstrictors, vasodilators, stimulants, hypnotics, or tranquilizers should not use the spa.
Secure or remove any loose or dangling items including jewelry, hair and swimwear.
Elderly persons, pregnant women, and persons suffering from heart disease, diabetes, seizures, epilepsy or high or low blood pressure, should consult a physician before using the spa.
The use of oils and body lotions by bathers is prohibited.
The spa should only be used when the water is 104 degrees F or below.
Submerging your heads or ears under water is not allowed, particularly
because of the suction of the drain
is strong (e.g. the hair on your head could get caught).
Always use the spa with a companion.
diving board and slide rules
If pools posted their rules in all the languages of their customers the guards’ jobs would be easier and the patrons would have a safer, more enjoyable visit.
Lifeguarding and Red Cross links of interest to professionals are at the page Lifeguard training, swimming, CPR and first aid links