2 Public Pools Regulation 565 It is your responsibility to comply!
3 Before Opening a Pool: YOU MUST: send written notice to the health unit about your plans to open, two weeks prior to opening. TO: Medical Officer of Health Brant County Health Unit 194 Terrace Hill St., Brantford, ON N3R 1G7 Re: Notification of Pool Opening sample letter Name of Pool: get permission from a Public Health Inspector to open the pool. Address: Phone No: This applies to all new pools, or any pool that has been closed for more than four weeks. Operator: Date to be Opened: Pool Classification Class A Class B
4 Pool Classifications WHAT IS YOUR POOL CLASS? Class A Includes pools that are: OR OR Open to the general public Associated with an educational, instructional, physical fitness or athletic institution, supported (in whole or part) by public funds. Operated on the premises of a recreational camp, for use by campers and their visitors Class B Includes pools that are operated in the following places: OR apartment building (5+ units) mobile home park nurses residence hotel campground private club condominimum day nursery day camp Pools located in an establishment or institution for the care or treatment of persons who are ill, infirm, or aged, or for persons in custodial care
5 Daily Operation Every owner & every operator must ensure: Every owner shall designate an operator. the pool (and its equipment) is in safe and sanitary condition the pool is NOT accessible to anyone (aside from operation or maintenance staff) during periods when the pool is not intended to be open the recirculation system and chemical feeders operate continuously, 24-hours a day, without regard the actual use of the pool each day.* * Except for stoppage for maintenance, repairs or backwashing of fliters, or for a closure for a continuous period of 7 days or more.
6 Daily Operation continued Every owner & every operator must ensure: all components of the recirculation system are in proper working order all surfaces of the pool deck and walls are sanitary and free from hazards change rooms, toilets and shower facilities, where provided, are available for use before entering the deck submerged surfaces of the pool are white or light in colour, except for markings for safety or competition purposes. provisions are made for the safe storage and handling of all required chemicals a black disc, 15 cm (150 mm) in diameter on a white background, is affixed to the bottom of the pool at its deepest point exposed piping within the pool enclosure is identified by: > colour coding with coloured bands at least 2.5 cm (25 mm) wide, spaced along the piping at intervals not greater than 1.20 metres, or > painting the entire outter surface of the piping, in accordance with the following code: chlorine - yellow potable water - green
7 Required Safety Equipment Reaching Pole 3.65 m long, electrically insulated and available on deck Spine Board To be in good condition and on pool deck Two Throwing aids Rope width to be 6 mm in diameter Rope length to be 3 m plus half the width of the pool Available on deck and located on either side of the pool If the pool has underwater lights, or electrical outlets within 3 meters of the pool surface, you will also need: Ground Fault Detector Must be tested daily. Equipment must be in good condition!
8 Required Safety Equipment continued Emergency Phone Class A pools - the phone must be located on the pool deck Class B pools - the phone must be located within 30 m of the pool Must be in good working order, and be tested daily Cell phones are NOT acceptable emergency phones!
9 Required Safety Equipment First Aid Kit Conveniently located and well marked Contents: continued Item Quantity safety pins 12 adhesive dressings - individually wrapped 24 sterile gauze pads cm (75 mm) square 12 Kit must be complete. If you use something, replace it. rolls of gauze bandages - 5 cm (50 mm) wide 4 rolls of gauze bandages - 10 cm (100 mm) wide 4 sterile surgical pads - individually wrapped 4 triangular bandages 6 rolls of splint padding 2 roll-up splint 1 First Aid Manual - St. John Ambulance, or Canadian Red Cross 1
10 Required Signs The following weatherproof signs or markings are required General Pool Rules Shower Sign Emergency Telephone No Diving Deck Markings Unsupervised Sign
11 General Pool Rules Minimum of 2 signs required within the pool area. GENERAL POOL RULES No person infected with a communicable disease or having open sores on his/her body shall enter the pool Must be in good condition & legible. No person shall bring a glass container onto the deck or in the pool No person shall pollute the water in the pool in any manner and that spitting, spouting of water and blowing the nose in the pool or on the deck is prohibited No person shall engage in boisterous play in or about the pool The maximum number of bathers permitted on the deck and in the pool at any time is Note: This is always 10 if the pool is greater than 93 sq. meters and is unsupervised The emergency telephone is located
12 Shower Sign Required at the enterance of every shower area, and at every entrance to the pool deck within the pool area. NOTICE Each bather shall take a shower using warm water and soap and thoroughly rinse off all soap before entering or re-entering the deck.
13 Emergency Telephone Sign This sign must be posted above the emergency telephone. Emergency Telephone DIAL 911 (or fire department and ambulance) Name of Pool: Address of Pool: Location of Pool: Phone Number: Note: If the phone is connected to a reception desk, or directly connected to emergency services, indicate this information on the sign.
14 No Diving If the pool water depth is less than 2.5 meters: One of the following signs must be posted on the wall, or printed on the deck, with lettering 15 cm (150 mm) high. CAUTION - AVOID DEEP DIVES OR SHALLOW WATER - NO DIVING ALSO... If (at any point) the water depth is 1.35 meters or less, between 7.5 and 9 meters away from a diving area, and the pool is equipped with a diving board that is 60 cm (or less) in height above the water, prove the following notice, clearly marked in dark letters, 15 cm (150 mm) high on a light background. DANGER - AVOID DEEP OR LONG DIVES
15 Deck Markings The following indicators of water depth must be clearly marked on the deck surface. Letters must measure at least 10 cm (100 mm) high. Deep points Shallow points Breaks between gentle and steep bottom slopes DEEP AREA and SHALLOW AREA at their respective locations
16 Unsupervised Pool Signs CLASS A POOLS: Must ALWAYS have lifeguards on duty. Unsupervised signs are not required. CLASS B POOLS: May or may not have lifeguards on duty. If your pool is unsupervised at any time, please click the button below to review the sign requirements.
17 CLASS B POOLS Without Safety Supervision CAUTION THIS POOL IS UNSUPERVISED Larger than 93 m 2 Pools larger than 93 m 2 must post this sign within the pool enclosure. Bathers under twelve years of age are not allowed within the pool enclosure unless accompanied by a parent or his or her agent who is not less than sixteen years of age. Smaller than 93 m 2 Pools smaller than 93 m 2 must post this sign within the pool enclosure. However, the total number of bathers will depend upon on your bather load. Learn how to calculate your bather load in the next section. The total number of bathers on the deck and in the pool shall not exceed ten. Letters must measure at least 2.5 cm (25 mm) high.
18 CLASS B POOLS With Occasional Supervision If a Class B pool operates with and without safety supervision at different times, a sign may be posted that states when the lifeguards are not on duty. ATTENTION THIS POOL OPERATES AT TIMES WITHOUT A LIFEGUARD IN ATTENDANCE. However, it is recommended that the unsupervised sign always be posted at pools where supervision is occasional Lifeguards will not supervise the pool on: Mondays & Tuesdays
19 Supervision Requirements How many lifeguards do you need? To answer that question, you need to know: The total water surface of your pool The allowable bather load
20 Calculating Total Water Surface To measure the total water surface, you must measure the shallow and deep areas individually, and then add the results together. 1 measure the shallow area The shallow area is any part of the pool 1.35 metres (4.5 ft) or less in depth A. Length of shallow end B. Width of shallow end Total area of shallow end (A x B) 2 measure the deep area The deep area is any part of the pool greater than 1.35 metres (4.5 ft) in depth A. Length of deep end B. Width of deep end Total area of deep end (A x B) 3 measure the total surface area Shallow area + deep area = total surface area
21 Calculating the Bather Load Use this formula to calculate the total number of bathers allowed in your pool and on the deck. Maximum Bather Load Shallow Area + Deep Area = People Note: For unsupervised (Class B) pools, with a surface area greater than 93 m 2 the bather load must always be 10, regarless of the actual calculation.
22 Minimum Supervision Requirements This chart outlines the minimum number of lifeguards, and assistant lifeguards, for a public pool with a water surface area of 500 m 2 or less. Lifeguards + Assistant Lifeguards Lifeguards Only # Bathers # Guards # Bathers # Guards More than 300 bathers: Add one lifeguard, or assisstant lifeguard, for every extra 100 bathers (or fraction thereof). More than 400 bathers: Add one lifeguard for every extra 150 bathers (or fraction thereof).
23 Lifeguard Qualifications Lifeguard Assistant Lifeguard Lifeguards MUST: be trained in operational and emergency procedures (operational and emergency procedures to be available in writing at the pool) be at least 16 years of age be appropriately attired so that they are readily identifiable have a current lifeguard certificate Assistant Lifeguards MUST: be trained in operational and emergency procedures be at least 16 years of age be appropriately attired so that they are readily identifiable have a current assistant lifeguard certificate Certificates must be current, within two years from the date of issue. The number of assistant lifeguards cannot be greater than the number of lifeguards All certificate copies to be available at the pool and signed by the operator as valid
24 Additional Lifeguard Qualifications Class A ONLY In addition to the previous requirements... Each Class A pool must have at least one person, sixteen years of age or over, on the premises and within call who holds a current First Aid Certificate from one of the following agencies: St. John Ambulance Emergency, Standard or Advanced Certificate Canadian Red Cross Society Emergency, Standard or Advanced Certificate Royal Life Saving Society Aquatic Emergency Care Certificate Certificates must be current, within three years from the date of issue. Certificate that is considered equivalent, as approved
25 Pool Testing Kits There are many types of test kits commercially available. Some measure FAC and ph, but nothing else. This is fine for a backyard pool, but public pools require a fully equipped test kit. Your kit MUST contain reagents to test: free available & combined chlorine levels total alkalinity cyanuric acid (for outdoor pools) ph levels Any reagents left over from last summer will need to be replaced. If you use Bromine, or have a special water treatment system, you can obtain the appropriate test kit from a dealer.
26 Required Pool Tests CHEMICAL & SAFETY/OPERATIONAL TESTS Type of Test Frequency Pools with automatic monitoring devices require manual testing at least once a day Free Available Chlorine (FAC) ph Every 2 hours + ½ hour before the pool opens Total Available Chlorine/Bromine (FAC + combined) Make-up water meter reading Skimmer lids & drain covers inspected Daily Ground fault detector Emergency phone Cyanuric Acid (outdoor pools) Total alkalinity Water outlet cover Weekly Every 30 operational days
27 Chemical Test Levels TEST REQUIRED LEVEL RECOMMENDED LEVEL Free available chlorine (FAC) 0.5 ppm minimum (unstabilized) 1.0 ppm (stabilized) ppm Combined Available Chlorine (CAC) Not to exceed 0.5 ppm Bromine 2.0 ppm minimum ph Total Alkalinity 80 ppm minimum ppm Cyanuric Acid 60 ppm maximum ppm
28 Pool Records Every operator must KEEP and SIGN daily records. These records must contain all of the following information and must be retained by the owner or operator for at least one year from the date the record was made: 1. Disinfection levels of the pool (Free Available Chlorine, Total Available Chlorine, Bromine) 2. ph value of the water In addition: All of the pool s water outlet covers must be inspected at least once within each period of 30 operating days and a written record of the inspection is made by the person who performed the inspection. 3. Total Number of Bathers admitted to the Pool each day 4. The Reading of the make up water meter 5. Any emergencies, rescues or breakdowns of equipment that have occurred! If any of these covers are found to be loose or missing, the pool must be closed. 6. The time of day that these actions have been recorded. ALL RECORDS MUST BE RETAINED FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR.
29 When should a pool be closed? A pool should be closed under any of the following circumstances: Black disc is not clearly visible from 9 metres away No disinfecting chemicals available on premises Safety equipment is missing or not working Emergency phone not working Circulation system not working Insufficient number of lifeguards Pool fouling Main drain cover is missing, or not secured to the bottom of the pool No sanitizer residual (chlorine or bromine) in the pool Loose or missing water outlet cover Or any other event that adversly impacts the safe operation of the pool or safety of the public.
30 General Maintenance Every owner and operator shall ensure that the pool, deck, and, where provided, the dressing room, locker rooms, showers, and connecting corridors are: kept clean free of hazardous obstructions ventilated so as to remove odours that no food or beverage except water is supplied or consumed in the pool or on the deck All moveable equipment, including portable diving board stands, starting platforms, and swing ropes that are provided for the use of the bathers, should only be in place on the deck during periods when aquatic personnel can directly supervise their use.
31 Chemical Safety Keep corrosive materials (like metals) and combustibles (like paper and rags) away from other chemicals. Store pool chemicals in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated space. Keep all chemicals away from hot surfaces and flames. Have personal protective equipment available. (gloves, respirators, apron, etc.) Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) must be available to employees for every chemical in use. Do not eat, drink or smoke in the chemical storage area. Ensure the chemical storage room is not accessible to unauthorized persons. Handle chemicals with clean, dry scoops only. Every chemical should have its own scoop. Use scoops provided by the manufacturer. Keep containers closed when chemicals are not in use. Never re-use empty chlorine containers for storage of other chemicals, and never mix contaminated chemicals with fresh supply. When mixing chemicals, add them slowly. REMEMBER: NEVER ADD WATER TO THE CHEMICALS! ALWAYS ADD THE CHEMICALS TO THE WATER.
32 The End. Thank you for reviewing the Pool Operator s Guide. To receive your certificate, please take the test. Click Here to take the test! Brant County Health Unit (519) ext. 470
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