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Water-Recreation Safety

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Water-Recreation Safety

Fulong Beach
(Fulong Beach)
Upon entering the water, the body will suddenly experience water pressure and a cold sensation. Consequently, anyone with heart disease, lung problems, or asthma should not go swimming. Also, anyone with conditions such as athlete’s foot, pink eye, common cold, etc, should not go swimming, in order to avoid infecting others.
No matter the level of your swimming skills, it is best to not swim alone. It is also best to swim in safety areas where personnel are watching or in bodies of water where lifeguards are posted.
Beginning swimmers and poor swimmers should be aware of their own limitations. Do not enter deep water areas in unfamiliar swimming environments. Do not assume that swimming rings, air cushions, or other man-made floating devices will support you or be a substitute for your lack of swimming ability.
Do not dive into unfamiliar bodies of water or sandbanks, or overestimate your swimming ability. If you want to do long distance swimming, it is best to swim parallel to the shore, in the interests of safety.
Do not go swimming if your body is overheated, if you have just eaten, or during thunderstorms.
When playing by a stream, if you are unaware of the depth changes of the stream, or uncertain about whether or not there may be whirlpools, it is best not to enter the water. The pools that appear to be calm and without waves actually contain the most hidden dangers.
Anyone rafting down the river is required to wear a life-jacket.
Only shout for help in a real emergency. Do not pretend to be drowning.
Do not rashly attempt to dive unless you are sure of your diving skills. Take training from a qualified instructor first.
Last Updated:2016-04-18 10:53