The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has published information on the potential electrical hazards that exist in water.
Many people are unaware of electrical dangers in water environments, such as electric shock drowning, that injure or kill people every year. These dangers can be found in swimming pools and hot tubs; onboard boats; on docks and piers; and in water surrounding boats, marinas, and launch ramps. NFPA has published a list of tips for swimmers, and boat and pool owners, to help protect against these risks, including:
Read many more tips on NFPA’s website.
ANSI Full Members may submit contributions to [email protected]. All submissions are published at ANSI's discretion, and generally must be a resource that is freely available and/or non-commercial information of significant value to the ANSI community.