Inflatable Water Slide Safety Tips

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Inflatable water slides are a lot of fun for the entire family. They come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and can turn any back yard into a water park. These slides offer lots of fun, but there are some inflatable water slide safety tips that you may want to know.

Water slide safety

Whether you have rented a water slide for the weekend or have purchased one for your family to enjoy all the time, you don't want their fun to be spoiled by unwanted injuries. By following a few key safety tips you can protect everyone and enable them to have a safe and fun time.

Remove things: If is best that all shoes, glasses, and jewelry be removed before getting on the slide. This will protect people from being hurt by someone's shoes and eye wear from being broken.

Set some basic rules: It is a good idea to go over some basic guidelines with anyone who is going to be using the water slide. Rules such as no flipping or jumping will protect everyone from getting injured and will keep the slide intact. You will also want to make sure that nobody is running around in the water.

One person at a time: It is unsafe for more than one person to be on the slide at a time. The only exception to this rule is when you use a dual slide where two people can slide at one time.

Stay out of the rain: Being out in a thunder and lightning storm is dangerous. There is no outside activity that is worth someone getting electrocuted. You will also want to deflate the slide and put it up until after the storm has passed.

Water slides are a great way to give your family a treat for the summer. By being cautious and following the safety tips you and your family can enjoy the benefits these fun slides can offer.

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This article was published on 2010/03/31