Emergency Resources

If there is an emergency requiring immediate medical attention, call 111 immediately

Chemical Exposure

If you are exposed to pool chemicals, contact a physician immediately and follow the appropriate steps as listed below:

In the event of skin or eye contact with chlorine products, flush the area with water for at least 15 minutes.
If chemicals are accidentally ingested, sip on water, but do not induce vomiting. Never give anything to drink to an unconscious person.

If fumes have been inhaled, move the affected person to fresh air as quickly as possible.

Chemical Disposal and Spillage

If you have an incident involving Bluewater Poolcare Chemicals, call the Hazardous Substance Emergency Line on 0800 CHEMCALL (0800 243 622) immediately. Your call will be answered by trained professionals who will assist you in an emergency.

For instructions on chemical disposal, call 0800 CHEMCALL or your local council. Do not throw chemicals in the trash.
If any of your pool or spa chemicals spill, call 0800 CHEMCALL for special handling instructions.
Do not backwash into a stream or river.
Do not throw spilled material into trash.
A spill requires emergency handling. If there is any sign of chemical activity such as a bulging container, bubbling, hissing, gassing, smoking, or fire call 0800 CHEMCALL immediately for assistance.

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Hazardous Substance Emergencies

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Call 0800 243 622 24 hour, 365 day emergency responce service

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