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Technically if your state does not legally require pool phones, you are considered code compliant whether or not you provide an emergency pool phone within the confines of your public swimming pool. However, as property managers nationwide continue to place significant priority on life safety, they recognize that emergency pool phones can function as an essential life-saving tool year-round, whether required by law or not. Proactive managers look for ways to decrease their risk and liability, and they recognize how emergency pool phones can do so.
Just because you are not required by law to have an emergency pool phone onsite doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t have one. No emergency phone near the pool leaves both your residents and your property vulnerable to many life safety issues, especially when you consider the limitations associated with cell phones and 911 call centers. See our blog post: Why You Need A Pool Phone Regardless of State Laws.