Council lauded for safety measures at devils pool

Council lauded for safety measures at devils pool

More than a third of the estimated 15,000 employees at The Devil’s Pool in Redlands will continue to have to keep a close eye on their pools, a former manager said Wednesday.

John Hochberg, owner of the Redlands, Calif., pool, said the pool had “a bit of a problem” in 2014, with “sever일산출장마사지 일산출장안마al dozen reports of children getting stuck in the pool, and possibly trapped, which wasn’t uncommon for us,” according to the Daily Press블랙 잭 of Redlands. “But then they came out with a little more detailed security measures, which has given them a heads up.”

The pool “is definitely better” now than it was, Hochberg told the news outlet.

It seems it’s the good thing Hochberg brought with him: A more detailed security plan, a “better message” to parents, a “better, more frequent warning about the possible threat,” an updated manager and a “more specific program,” the newspaper said.

Hochberg’s security plans have included more trained personnel in pools and restrooms, more security cameras around the pool area, more security checks and more training. And more staff has also moved in during Hochberg’s 10 years working for the business.

Redlands Mayor Bill DeRichey was quick to praise Hochberg for taking the risk, calling the pool “a critical piece of our community.”

“With our community’s swimming season approaching, and the rising demand for pool space due to the growth of our workforce,” he said in a statement, “it is important that our pool remains an active, family-friendly facility. This was our first concern on December 7th. We are pleased that we have made improvements at Devil’s Pool.”

After the pool was shut down due to m카지노old infestation and a lack of maintenance and improvements, local pool safety experts praised Hochberg’s actions.

“For those who have questions about this issue, please call our Pool Inspectors (at 709-564-1700, or toll free at 888-624-3297). We are currently investigating to determine the cause of the problem,” an Orange County-based group of pool inspectors called Orange Pool Safety told the Orange County Register. “There are no specific safety issues to address with this incident. If you have any questions that need to be addressed, please don’t hesitate to call us at the number listed.”