Friday, October 26, 2012

Daycare Provider Implicated in Child Drowning

In the news today:

A daycare provider in Canon City, Colorado has pleaded guilty to child abuse for the drowning death of a four-year-old child who was in her care.

The child drowned in her backyard pool last month. The child was reportedly playing with a group of children near the pool and fell in. Reports indicate that the adult caregiver was inside the house, making lunch for the children.

The caregiver was licensed to have eight children in her home, but at the time of the drowning, had 13 children in her home.  There is no indication whether or not there was a  swimming pool barrier in place on the property, however, combined with proper adult supervision, a pool fence or pool safety net could have helped prevent this terrible tragedy. 

You can read the full article here.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Pool Cover season is starting ...

As summer turns to fall, the leaves begin to drop. Now is a great time to think about a pool cover. However, most pool cover manufacturers get backup up over the next couple of months, so the sooner you act the better. You can find a good selection of covers at

Friday, October 21, 2011

All-Safe Pool Safety Products is now WeddingWire Rated for 2011

Orange,CA - October 21st, 2011 - WeddingWire, the nation's leading wedding technology company, is pleased to announce that All-Safe Pool Safety Products is WeddingWire Rated 2011 for Event Rentals. WeddingWire Rated is an annual award program that distinguishes wedding vendors across the country for their excellence. Based on hundreds of thousands of recent wedding reviews, WeddingWire Rated is the most recognized and trusted brand among engaged couples looking to find the best local businesses for their wedding.

Reviews by our newlywed clients will include detailed ratings and insightful descriptions about their experiences working with our business and staff. Our reviews provide transparency for potential clients, assisting them in making the most informed decisions for their big day.

"We are delighted to unveil the 5th annual WeddingWire Rated program," said Timothy Chi, CEO, WeddingWire, Inc. "All-Safe Pool Safety Products has made a commitment to capturing their clients experiences on the nation's leading wedding review site."

As the largest site for wedding reviews, WeddingWire empowers engaged couples with the most comprehensive and trusted review system available. The WeddingWire Rated program provides a simple platform to capture customer feedback from their wedding planning experience. Newly engaged couples can easily access all of the reviews on We would like to thank our newlyweds for our WeddingWire Rated 2011 recognition.

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Pool Fencing Helps Secure Your Pool

All-Safe's pool fencing provides an excellent barrier to your swimming pool and is easy to use. Learn more about All-Safe's pool safety products, and how to use a removable mesh pool fence

Monday, April 11, 2011

Toddler Drowns in Backyard Pool

In the news today is the story of a two-year-old Sacramento boy that drowned Sunday in a backyard swimming pool while visiting relatives.
Paramedics transported the boy to a local hospital but he could not be revived.
Basic safety measures like installing a fence around a swimming pool and alarms on doors leading to the pool area can help prevent similar accidents, said the local Fire Deputy Chief. Both precautions are required by building codes, but the rules only apply to new pools and said homeowners sometimes disable the alarms after they are installed.
More information about swimming pool fences and pool safety can be found at All-Safe's website.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Pediatricians in Florida Support Swimming Lessons for Young Children

An article in Pool & Spa News reports that a Florida drowning-prevention initiative is expanding with the backing of pediatricians.

Pediatricians statewide soon will become part of an effort to promote water safety, including swim education and instruction for young children, as part of the Florida Drowning Prevention Task Force.

This comes on the heels of a major policy shift by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Last summer, the group reversed its long-held recommendation that children under age 4 should not be given swim lessons.

Read the full article here.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Magna Latch Gate Latches to Secure Your Pool Gate

All-Safe® is having a sale on gate latches. Magna Latch child safety gate latches secure your pool fence gate and help protect children from entering the pool area.

Learn more about All-Safe® pool gates and pool safety.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Join All-Safe® in Drowning Prevention

All-Safe® needs dealers throughout Dallas and Houston, Texas to sell and install our removable mesh fences, pool safety nets, and pool covers. We regularly receive leads from interested pool owners in these locations. Start your own pool safety products company and help save lives by helping to prevent drowning. We provide training and ongoing support.

Become an All-Safe® Dealer

Puerto Rico Pool Safety

All-Safe's pool safety products are available with professional installation in Puerto Rico.

Contact All-Safe® Puerto Rico for more information and secure your swimming pool today.

Safety Turtle Alarm Saves Child from Drowning

This article from Houseboat Magazine entitled Saving Taylor talks about how the Safety Turtle Child Immersion Alarm helped save a small child's life when she fell off her family's houseboat after only being out of sight for approximately 20 seconds.

The article also reminds us that adult supervision should always be a priority for parents when their kids are around water.

For more information on the safety turtle and pool alarms, visit our website: Safety Turtle Child Immersion Alarm

Monday, December 6, 2010

All-Safe is on Twitter!

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Authorities Investigate Near-Drowning in FL

A 23-month-old boy’s near drowning in a Florida pool has prompted Sheriff's deputies to investigate the incident.

According to authorities, the child’s grandmother was watching an unspecified amount of children when she reportedly fell asleep. A three-year-old girl was said to have woken the grandmother to tell her that the boy had fallen in the pool.

She was unable to find the child, so she called the child's father on the phone. The father came to the home, jumped in the pool and found the child.

The child was alive and flown to a local hospital. He could have been in the pool for up to five minutes.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Keep Pool Safety In Mind Even in Winter

This article from the Consumer Product Safety Commission reminds us that even during the winter months, pool safety is important.

Read their article here.

All-Safe® Pool Fences & Pool Covers offers numerous choices in swimming pool safety products and our Dealers are located throughout the United States to help you secure your swimming pool.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

All-Safe® has distributors throughout the United States

Oour pool safety products are sold through independent All-Safe® distributors

If your location is not served by an All-Safe® Dealer and you are interested in joining us in drowning prevention, become an All-Safe® Dealer

All-Safe® Pool Safety Products Available in Canada

All-Safe's pool safety products are available outside the United States. We serve many cities within Canada. Secure your pool with a All-Safe® pool fence or All-Safe® pool safety net. Pool fences and pool nets provide a safe barrier to your pool, and help prevent drowning.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

News from the Consumer Product Safety Commission

The CPSC has published data for Summer 2010 child drownings. Since Memorial Day, there have been more than 350 child drownings and non-fatal "incidents".

The entire report is available here.

All-Safe Pool Safety Products offers many choices to secure your swimming pool. Please check out your options in pool safety today.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Young Girl Saves Toddler from Drowning

In the news today is 6-year-old Alexis Weeks. The young girl saved a toddler who nearly drowned in a swimming pool. Thanks to Alexis that toddler is still alive today.

According to the news report, Alexis was gathering up various pool toys and noticed the toddler was underwater. She was able to dive into the pool and retrieve the 2-year-old safely. According to the toddler's mom, she had just turned her back and didn't even realize the toddler went into the pool.

This shows once again that even if you turn away for just a moment your child can fall into the pool, unnoticed.

Read the full story here.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Removable Mesh Pool Fence Available for Purchase Online

If you are in a location that is not served by an All-Safe® Dealer, an economical All-Safe® mesh pool fence is available for purchase online.

This removable mesh pool fencing provides a safe barrier to your swimming pool without breaking the budget!

Friday, August 6, 2010

Family Has New Mission after Son Nearly Drowns

In the news today: The Shores family of Mesa, Arizona was trying to do everything right when it came to protecting their kids around water.

They say they never let their children around the pool without supervision, and they were teaching their two-year-old to swim. However, the one thing they waited to get was a swimming pool fence.

The couple, who have two other children, were inside talking when their two-year-old slipped away and got right into the pool.

The next thing they recall seeing is the water rippling.

The mother of three jumped in and pulled the child out, but her CPR wasn't effective, so her husband took over.

"Within maybe 10 to 15 compressions and 30 breaths he finally came to," he said. "It was the best sound in the world."

Paramedics and firefighters took the child to the hospital but he's now fully recovered.

Out of this near drowning has come a new mission for the Shores family about the dangers of pools and not having a pool fence.

"You can never be too safe," says Melissa Shores. "Get a pool fence and if you have a pool, learn CPR."

At the time the Shores didn't have a pool fence. They were just five days from getting one.

"We received the gift of life, that's priceless for us to give back to the community. If we can prevent one family from going through what we've gone through we've done everything possible," Scott Shores said.

The family has teamed up with Drowning Prevention Coalition of Arizona.

Anyone who donates a a new packaged toy, book or money on August 14th will get $3 off car washes at Classic Car Spa locations in Goodyear, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale and Tempe, Arizona.

Read the full article here.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Drowning Was Second Accident in Two Years

In Brockton, MA, the state Department of Children and Families is conducting an investigation at the home where 4-year-old twin sisters died after being found in the family's inground swimming pool at their home Saturday morning, officials said.

A neighbor recalled that two years ago one of the twin girls was rushed to the hospital after she fell into the same pool. The neighbor said the girl's father had administered CPR and the child was taken to the hospital, but was fine and back home the next day. It appears the parents did not take steps install a barrier to the swimming pool.

A press release from the DA's office issued Sunday said, "the circumstances surrounding the drowning are (under) investigation by state police detectives assigned to the Plymouth County district attorney’s office and the Brockton police." The DA said there would be no further details released at this time.

All-Safe® pool safety fences help save lives. This terrible tragedy reminds us of the importance of securing your swimming pool.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

CPSC Drowning Report

Halfway through the summer swimming season, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports more than 210 child drowning and non-fatal submersion incidents in swimming pools and spas around the country since Memorial Day Weekend.

As a reminder, an All-Safe® pool fence or All-Safe® pool safety net provide an excellent barrier to your swimming pool, and guard against drowning.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Parents of Children who Drowned Arrested

The parents of two children who were found dead in a neighbor's swimming pool in Jacksonville, FL last month have been arrested in connection with their drownings and have told police they had left the two alone before.

They turned themselves in to police with their attorney this morning around 9 and remain in jail on $50,000 bond each.

According to a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (JSO) report, the mother left her children unattended at home around 6:35 p.m. to go to work. She had called her husband, who was at work, and he told her he was leaving his job to come home and be with the two children, police said.

But, the report said, he did not leave his job and offered alternate stories about where he was. First, he said his car broke down, then later said he stayed at work to get "more hours" of pay.

He admitted that he and his wife had left their children alone on other occasions.

The owner of the home where the children were found in the pool said he was not at home at the time of the drownings, but had left the pool gate around the pool latched from inside the yard, the police report said. The owner found a wooden stepladder, which was not his, outside the gate. Another neighbor said the children had been outdoors playing with the ladder the day they died.

The State Attorney's Office released a statement today explaining their rationale for the charges:

"Parents and caregivers owe a special duty to provide their children with the supervision and care necessary for those dependent upon them. When parents and caregivers fail in that obligation, it is the duty of law enforcement to investigate and charge those responsible. We are mindful of the great loss these parents have suffered, but the facts and circumstances of this case demand the filing of criminal charges.

Parental responsibility for the safety and supervision of their children has, and will remain, a bedrock principle of the State's Attorney Office."

Monday, July 12, 2010

Pool Safety Tip of the Week

Do not swim at night and teach your children not to swim at night either. This can be dangerous because your vision is limited, it is hard to see directly in front of you, and if someone is in distress, it can be hard to see him or her.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Olympic Swimmer Promoting Water Safety

Olympic relay swimmer, Cullen Jones, is expected to make an appearance this August in Los Angeles to promote water safety and swim lessons via USA Swimming Foundation's "Make A Splash" Campaign.

Cullen Jones will be making several stops around the country this summer to raise awareness about swimming safety and to spread the word that accidental water injury and death are preventable. For more information on Jones' schedule, water safety and the organization, please visit