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May 18—Deck Safety, Expert Sales Advice, Site Safety and More

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The May 18 edition of the Pool & Spa Professional Business Update newsletter


Deck Safety Consumer Checklist: Slideshow

From lighting to overhanging branches, here are some items you should check before opening your deck for the summer. NADRA's deck safety checklist covers all the basics.


Influencer Video Series

Leading Pool, Spa Retailer Talks Maximizing Sales Efforts in Challenging Times

Jeff Brooks, VP of Sales for Aqua Quip, talks about navigating time constraints, making the most of virtual, maximizing sales potential and more on the show floor at the 2021 PSP/Deck Expo.


Most Popular

How Pool Pros Can Use UV Light to Treat Water

Ultraviolet light has many uses, including inactivating parasites, bacteria and viruses. Learn the best practices for levering ultraviolet light to disinfect swimming pool water as well as how ultraviolet light sanitizes, the hardware needed and some of the challenges involved.


Regulation & Safety

4 Key Aspects of Site Safety Construction Pros Need to Know

When there is an injury or accident on a construction site, who holds responsibility? That depends on several factors, including contract provisions for safety, control of the work on the site, and relationships with subcontractors and their employees.


Regulation & Safety

Nearly 50% of Parents Won't Enroll Kids in Swimming Lessons

As drowning remains the leading cause of death for children aged 1-4, that's just one finding from a swimming safety survey PHTA conducted as part of National Water Safety Month in May.


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