A CLEAN SWIMMING POOL
Comfort and health
Keeping a swimming pool clean and fresh is a major challenge that requires equipment, chemicals, processes, time, and personnel. Chlorine is considered the best agent for disinfecting pool water, but the more contaminated the water is, the more chlorine is needed to purify it. In recent years, this has been recognized as a occupational health problem for personnel in swimming halls as byproducts from chlorine can cause problems in the eyes and respiratory system. If the pool guests are clean when they enter the pool, the conditions are better for reducing chlorine levels, and there is also potential for reducing cleaning and water costs.
During wet work and chemical handling, the risk of dryness, eczema, and allergies is greater than in other types of work. It is important to protect, clean, and restore the skin for the well-being of the work environment and employees.