To ensure the safety of the youngest around a pool, which alarm system can you use? Is it effective? Our answers to see more clearly ...
Alarm regulations have hardened. This type of pool safety had indeed been more fallible than the barriers or the covers of pools. Decree No. 2009-873 of 16 July 2009 strengthens the system.
The system must detect the fall of a child weighing 6 kg or more, have a powerful siren operating 24 hours a day and not triggering inopportunely, being out of reach of children.
These alarms must be reactivated automatically after a temporary deactivation, bathing time.
The old models NF P 90-307 or NF P 90-307-1 have been banned since 19 January 2010. The new products must be certified by approved organizations (see decree).