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Dock & Shoreline Safety for Condos

Kirsten Dale
Publication date:
August 11, 2021
Article Summary: 

The article discusses dock and shoreline safety considerations for condos located on waterfronts in Northern Ontario. It emphasizes the importance of conducting regular inspections of docks and decks to ensure they are secure and safe for use. Additionally, the article highlights the need for swim ladders and life safety rings on docks to aid individuals who may fall into the water. The importance of vegetation as a buffer for environmental protection is also mentioned, along with the suggestion of using signage to indicate shallow areas or hazards for the safety of residents and visitors.


Dock safety, shoreline safety, waterfront living, multi-unit living, site inspection, finger docks, boat wakes, vegetation buffer, environmental protection, FOCA, swim ladders, life safety rings, emergency preparedness, signage, shallow areas, buoy, boater reminders, secure docking.

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Kirsten Dale
Dock & Shoreline Safety for Condos
August 11, 2021
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