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  • chemicals
  • Only pre-dissolve chemicals if the instructions specifically call for it, and make sure you always add the chemical to the pool water instead of the other way around (never add water to the chemical). (emcins.com)
  • Pool chemicals are corrosive and can cause burns, injure lungs or even be fatal. (emcins.com)
  • federal
  • Abortion opponents who participated in the bargaining did not raise concerns about high risk pools or other specific potential sources of federal funding, and they should be able to live with the deal they made," Arons wrote. (npr.org)
  • Most Republican legislators voted against the measures because federal funding for the pool would run out in three years (Bussewitz, AP/San Diego Union-Tribune , 6/28). (californiahealthline.org)
  • offer
  • The rest of the states, plus the District of Columbia, will operate their own plans but must offer buy-in to the pool by summer's end. (modernhealthcare.com)
  • 2012. "Health Insurance Exchanges of Past and Present Offer Examples of Features That Could Attract Small-Business Customers. (degruyter.com)
  • Pools offer a great way to keep cool in this heat and humidity, but they can also be dangerous," said Jeanne M. Salvatore, senior vice president and consumer spokesperson for the I.I.I. "A child can drown in a few inches of water in less than 30 seconds. (iii.org)
  • Policies
  • tion authorities's development tactic and emphasise government guidance to the cleaning and aid expert services sectors, outlining insurance policies that could boost small business ailments and support companies control their workforce numbers greater. (alltdesign.com)
  • Protecting your business is about having the right insurance policies in place. (generalliabilityinsure.com)
  • water
  • Each town will have its own definition of what constitutes a "pool", often based on its size and the depth of the water. (iii.org)
  • Most pools disinfect water using chlorine-based products. (emcins.com)
  • possible
  • In addition to the fences or other barriers required by many towns, consider creating several "layers of protection" around the pool, in other words setting up as many barriers (door alarms, locks and alarmed safety covers) as possible to the pool area. (iii.org)
  • Keep
  • Keep children away from pool filters and other mechanical devices as the suction force may injure them or prevent them from surfacing. (iii.org)
  • install
  • Install a four-sided barrier such as a fence with self-closing gates to completely surround the pool. (iii.org)
  • If the house forms the fourth side of the barrier, install alarms on doors leading to the pool area to prevent children from wandering into the pool or spa unsupervised. (iii.org)
  • state
  • The Board's membership in the group will be governed by the bylaws of the insurance group, which must be reviewed and approved by the State Superintendent of Insurance in accordance with law. (neola.com)
  • 2013. "You Can't Make Me Do It: State Implementation of Insurance Exchanges under the Affordable Care Act. (degruyter.com)
  • protection
  • If the pool itself is expensive, you should also have enough insurance protection to replace it in the event it is destroyed by a storm or other disaster. (iii.org)