HOT TUB SAFeTY
Safety is of utmost importance to all hot-tubbers and crucial to the success of our glorious business. Hot tubs are extremely safe and a fun way to party, but there is a sacred code of ethics.
Ladies, gentlemen, you have to set rules everyone follows. We all love to play hard in the tub, but this is the easiest way to cause injuries and ruin a party.
Here are some suggestions:
Do not play rough.
Make sure there is plenty of space between bathers.
Avoid close contact with other bathers to avoid bumping heads.
No wrestling moves, stunts or flipping.
Don't have chicken fights.
Don't dunk each other.
Do not let everybody hold one person under water. Its rude and dangerous.
Do not dive into a hot tub, in fact don't even ease your way in head first.
Do not put a hot tub at the end of a slide.
Do not jump from a rooftop into a hot tub. You will not hit it.
Do not swing from a rope into a hot tub. You will not hit it.
Do not stand on the side of a hot tub.
Do not put cigarettes out on the side of a hot tub.
No food inside the hot tub. Not that it will become unsafe but if you drop a burger in there it will be gross.
No turn-tables, electric toys or sharp objects in a hot tub.
Do not wear shoes, glasses, loose clothing, head gear, jewelry, or your bike helmet inside of a hot tub.
Monitor the weather forecast:
Get out of the hot tub if it is raining or there is lightening.
Do not link a hot tub to any solid-state speed control device such as a dimmer switch.
Disconnect the heater if a hot tub needs to be moved.
When not in use, unplug and store a hot tub inside.
Do not plug the heater into an outlet servicing other devices like DJ equipment, the circuit may overload.
Protect children and protect your hot tub:
Keep heat and flames away from a hot tub at all times.
Do not leave children unsupervised any where near a hot tub.
Do not seat more than 4 people into a hot tub at one time.
No pets are allowed inside a hot tub.
Hot-tubbing can increase risk for people with certain medical conditions. Please consult your physician if you have any concerns or questions about partying in hot water or if you have heart problems, circulatory problems or panic attacks.