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  • Full Access?

    It was good news for the aquatics industry when the U.S. Department of Justice ruled to allow portable pool lifts this spring, but that turnaround represents only a fraction of the most recent Americans with Disabilities Act requirements

  • Pushing for Gold 

    Between training for Olympic trials, a recent engagement to fellow swimmer Dominik Meichtry, and activity in water conservation campaigns, 25-year old Jessica Hardy has her hands full.

  • Dangerous Maneuvers

    Chances are, you’ve heard of the Heimlich maneuver. Since Dr. Henry Heimlich first introduced it in 1974, the abdominal thrust technique known as the “Heimlich maneuver” has become part of the popular lexicon, synonymous with saving lives.

  • Research Roundup

    Here’s a look at what a variety of journals have published in relation to using the Heimlich maneuver in drowning rescues.

  • Drained!

    It was May 2011, and the pool season was about to begin.Aquatics facility operators across the country were in high gear, preparing to open seasonal pools in time for summer.

  • Entrapment Testing at a Glance

    Here is a short definition of each test and an explanation of the entrapment it is designed to stop.

  • On The List

    The following models were named in CPSC’s recall. Consult the terms of the recall for more information about its application and exemptions.

  • Project Suppliers:four

    View an extensive list of companies that participated in the design and build of the London Aquatic Centre

  • Creative Solutions

    Hiring and training staff members is a key responsibility for nearly three-quarters of those who responded to a December 2011 online

  • Technical Highlights:three

    Here’s a look at five innovations behind the design that makes this facility truly champion worthy