HTH partners with the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI): Image: Adobe Stock

HTH partners with the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI)

HTH, a major source of pool care products, is pleased to share an exciting partnership this festive season. More in this following piece


HTH partners with the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI): Image: Adobe Stock

HTH, a leading provider of pool care products, is proud to announce a strategic partnership with the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) to raise awareness about pool safety.

HTH partnership with NSRI: YouTube video: Supplied

The Festive Season is a time of joy and celebration, and many families choose to spend their holidays by the pool or beach. While these moments create
lasting memories, it is crucial to prioritize safety to ensure a happy and accident-free holiday season.

‘We are proud to announce our partnership with NSRI to promote pool safety during the Festive Season, and beyond. Our goal at HTH is to ensure the entire pool ecosystem is well cared for, and that means also ensuring our consumers are equipped with pool safety knowledge.’

Elsabe Venter, Marketing at HTH

‘Safety around the swimming pool over the holiday period should be top of mind for all pool owners. Drowning is silent. If you can’t see your children and visitors in the water, you will not know that they are in difficulty. It is also important to remember that when consuming alcohol and supervising children swimming, your attention will be compromised.’

NSRI CEO Dr Cleeve Robertson

Key Pool Safety Tips for the Festive Season

1. Supervision: Always ensure that there is a responsible adult actively
supervising children around the pool.
2. Barriers: Install proper barriers, such as pool nets, fences and gates, to
restrict access to the pool area.
3. Learn CPR: Knowing CPR can be a lifesaver in emergency situations.
Consider taking a CPR course to be prepared.
4. Water Awareness: Educate children about the importance of water
safety, including the dangers of running or rough play around the pool.

Through this partnership, HTH and NSRI aim to make a positive impact on water safety awareness and contribute to safer festivities for families across South Africa.

For more information about pool safety and the partnership, please visit | NSRI EMERGENCY: 087 094 9774

About HTH

HTH ® pool care products will keep your water sparkling blue and clean all summer long, so that you and your family can spend more time having fun in the pool, and less time cleaning it. Our Swimming pool range brings clean, healthy water to households worldwide with a variety of sanitizers, shock treatments, balancers, algaecides, and accessories. Find our products at all major South African retailers nationwide. Enjoy your pool worry-free, as HTH® simplifies maintenance, letting you focus on creating lasting memories with family and friends. Trust HTH® for a clean, safe, and enjoyable swimming experience.

About the NSRI

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is the charity that saves lives on South African waters.

Our Sea Rescue and inland Search and Rescue volunteers are on call 24/7/365. Our rescue crew receive no payment, nor do we charge the people we rescue.

Our professional Drowning Prevention Instructors visit schools nationwide to teach children about water safety. They also teach practical Survival Swimming techniques in our Survival Swimming Centres (shipping containers with swimming pools built inside them) and at municipal swimming pools. During the summer season, our professional NSRI Lifeguards patrol 69 beaches, keeping bathers safe. 

Our other drowning prevention measures include the free tracking app for small craft NSRI Safe Trx, our free online training,, emergency signage, Pink Rescue Buoys for emergency flotation, and Beach Safety Cameras. 

Our organisation is reliant on donations and sponsorships. This enables us to do the work of saving lives, changing lives, and creating futures. Please visit to make a donation or for more information.

NSRI EMERGENCY: 087 094 9774

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