In the Safety Zone

Herman, Eric
February 2012
Aqua;Feb2012, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p49
An interview with National Swimming Pool Foundation chief executive officer (CEO) Tom Lachocki is presented. When asked how the discussion for swimming safety has changed, he states that it has changed a lot as the world has changed much in terms of safety issues. Lachocki believes that as more people concentrate on home recreation, safety becomes a greater concern. He also notes the challenge to balance safety and individual property rights.


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