close
+8613060807164​
info@gzhaisan.com
Search
Guangzhou Haisan Amusement  Technology Co., Ltd.

How to minimize accident in Water Park

How to minimize accident in Water Park

We have over 15 years of experience on water park equipment producing and we also focus on water park managing, from our experience ,we suggest park owner take actions before the accident happened:

1. Dress for the day.
You'll be outside, in the heat, most of the day. You need to dress appropriately to keep from getting sunburned, experiencing heat stroke, or getting dehydrated. This includes wearing water shoes, a hat and a loose t-shirt when you need a break from the water, and sunglasses. Be sure to keep a close eye on younger children and monitor how much time they have in the direct sunlight.

2. Wear sunscreen.
Along those same lines, be sure to apply waterproof sunscreen 30 minutes before you arrive at the park and reapply it throughout the day. Waterproof sunscreen needs to be reapplied every 80 minutes if you’ve been in the water, especially if you’ve dried yourself off with a towel in between applications. The FDA also recommends using a lip balm with SPF 15 or higher while in the sun.

3. Stay hydrated.
Being in the sun all day and playing in the water can get your body dehydrated rather quickly. Drink plenty of water and try to avoid any caffeinated sodas or drinks with artificial sweeteners. These beverages will contribute to dehydration, so water is always your best option. You’ll need more water than you usually drink when inside because you’ll perspire out a lot of the hydration.

4. Keep an eye on your kids.
You need to know where your kids are at all times at the water park. Even if there is a lifeguard on duty, don’t depend on them. Always watch your children or be in the water with them. Lifeguards are responsible for scanning large areas and can sometimes miss things. Plus, it’s not their responsibility to baby sit children and should only be used in case of emergencies, which you don't want to encounter.

5. Know the four “toos.”
There are some “toos” that can quickly turn to dangerous circumstances if not monitored correctly. Don’t get too tired, too cold, too far from safety, or too exposed to sun. If you notice your children mentioning any of things or if your instincts tell you the family has been in the sun too long, take a break in a shady spot or go indoors.

6. Wear a life vest.
According to an American Red Cross survey, 30 percent of parents think floaties are an appropriate substitute for supervision. No matter how old your children are, a life vest should be worn and an adult should supervise at all times.

7. Know the rules.
Each park has different rules, so be sure to read all posted signs before sending your children off to enjoy the fun. Water parks are filled with different features and slides, each appropriate for different ages. Read all safety procedures and precautions relating to height, age, swimming ability, and medical condition. Be sure to follow the rules and ask the lifeguards or staff if you have any questions.

8. Don't run around the pool.
It's easy to get caught up in the excitement, but it's important to remember not to run around the park to keep everyone safe. Running on slippery decks or sidewalks can be very dangerous. Avoid an unnecessary trip to the emergency room for stitches or a broken leg by simply walking instead of running while in the park.

9. Know how to swim.
Every member of the family should at least know the swimming basics before going to the water park. The best thing for anyone to do to stay safe in water is to know how to swim. Both adults and children should know how to swim to help avoid drowning accidents.

10. Keep young children in shallow areas.
There are different areas with varying water depth levels at most water parks. Keep younger children and toddlers in the shallow play areas. Most water parks have zero-depth entry pool with sprays, fountains, and water games that may be better suited for your younger children than going on any of the water slides or in the pool.


Related News
  • How Does the Water Ride Work

    How Does the Water Ride Work

    July 29, 2019In the amusement park industry, roller coaster is the hotspot. But in the hot summer, the water park rides have gained some competitiveness. Over the past 30 years, the water slides has undergone a br...view
  • Retail in Water Park should be Novel

    Retail in Water Park should be Novel

    October 15, 2018Tourists like to bring some souvenirs back, the entertainment industry needs to maximize the use of the retail area, custom souvenirs and specialty products become the needs of tourists. As water park...view
  • Super Bowl Slides

    Super Bowl Slides

    April 21, 2020Awarded by the international travel industry, the Super Bowl slide is a must-have for large-scale water parks. Players sit in a clover-shaped float with each one inside one of its four leaves. Starti...view
  • Maintenance of Fiberglass Water Slides

    Maintenance of Fiberglass Water Slides

    August 20, 2018The fiberglass water slide sections for sale is necessary to let people play swathe slide at home. It is very easy to create a home fiberglass water slide which made of fiberglass slide paint, but it ...view
  • When to Visit Water Park to Avoid the Crowds

    When to Visit Water Park to Avoid the Crowds

    July 6, 20171.Try visiting on a weekday instead of a weekend. Saturdays and holiday weekends are consistently the busiest days.2.You might try visiting an indoor water park in the summer, since many will opt for ...view
  • Planning and Design of Water Paradise

    Planning and Design of Water Paradise

    July 29, 20191.Determine the nature and theme (style) of the planning project. A good theme can even be a business card of a city. But we can not blindly use concepts because consumers want to experience on their ...view
Online Servicetq_online