Safety Inspections

50 LAURIER POOL

50 LAURIER AVE E
OTTAWA, ON
K1N 9B9

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Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on June 26, 2019

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Facility completes and records daily tests at least 30 minutes prior to opening and as required.

In Compliance
Routine inspection on March 11, 2019

This premises was found to be in compliance with the Health Protection and Promotion Act R.S.O. 1990.

Not in Compliance
Follow-up inspection on December 14, 2018

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Facility completes and records daily tests at least 30 minutes prior to opening as required.

Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on December 11, 2018

Not in Compliance

Critical

Safety equipment required for operation as a public pool provided.

  • Provide two buoyant throwing aids, each of which has securely attached to it a six millimetre diameter rope of a length not less than one-half the width of the pool plus three metres.

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

At least 14 days before a public pool or public spa is put into use after construction or alteration, the owner or the owner’s agent shall notify, in writing, the medical officer of health or the public health inspector.

  • Provide notification for re-opening after closure exceeding four weeks.

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Facility completes and records daily tests at least 30 minutes prior to opening as required.

  • Determine and record total alkalinity.
  • Determine and record pH value.
  • Determine and record free available chlorine and total chlorine or bromine residual.
  • Determine and record water clarity.
  • Make records of tests conducted.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility first aid kit meets requirements.

  • Provide adhesive dressings individually wrapped.
  • Provide at least one pair of scissors.
  • Provide resuscitation pocket masks.

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Facility completes daily records as required.

  • Record the estimated number of bather uses during the operating day.
  • Record the reading of the make-up water meter for pools and, if applicable, for spas, as of the end of the day.
  • Record any emergencies, rescues or breakdowns of equipment that have occurred.
  • Record the time of day the emergency stop button test, where applicable, was performed.
  • Record the type and amount of chemicals added manually to the pool or spa.
Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on June 04, 2018

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Total alkalinity at a minimum of 80mg/L (80ppm);

Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on March 05, 2018

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Total alkalinity at a minimum of 80mg/L (80ppm);

In Compliance
Routine inspection on September 29, 2017

Corrected During Inspection

Critical

Emergency telephone is present and operational

In Compliance
Routine inspection on March 31, 2017

This premises was found to be in compliance with the Health Protection and Promotion Act R.S.O. 1990.

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