Get in touch today if you’re been injured because a lifeguard at a wave pool was negligent. There’s no doubt that wave pools can be very exciting. Unfortunately, they can also be somewhat dangerous. In wave pools, giant mechanical waves are created and they can pose big risks, particularly for inexperienced swimmers. Because wave pools can attract big crowds, it can be hard for lifeguards to keep an eye on everybody using them to keep them safe. This means it’s vital that swimming pool managers employ a sufficient number of lifeguards.
Lifeguard at a wave pool – Duty of care
A lifeguard at a wave pool will be tasked with removing objects from swimming pools that might cause a hazard. Floats and other objects are dangerous when waves are being generated. Visibility can be a big problem when waves are created, not just for lifeguards but for swimmers too. Becoming a lifeguard can be a very rewarding career choice. The ability to keep people safe in water is a very valuable skill to have. The best swimming pool lifeguards are physically fit, responsible and alert. They have no problem with issuing warnings and telling people to exit pools in they are engaging in dangerous activities. Lifeguards require excellent teamwork skills and can work together to keep wave pools safer and prevent accidents and injuries.
If you have been injured whilst using a swimming pool and suspect the accident was caused by poor management or negligence, we may be able to help you. If you feel that the people in charge of the facilities failed in their duty of care to you, talk to us today. We have vast experience when it comes to helping people gain compensation after being injured whilst swimming. What’s more is that we will work closely alongside you to collect as much evidence as we need.
Have you been injured because there was no lifeguard at a wave pool? At Accident Advice Helpline we work on a no-win, no-fee basis. This means you won’t be taking a big financial risk if you do decide to take action and get justice. Why not take the 30-second test on our site today to see if you’re likely to be eligible to claim? Call 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile) today to find out more. After speaking to our advisors you have no obligation to carry on your claim, although we advise that you do.
Date Published: April 20, 2017
Author: Accident Advice