Safety Inspections

AMBERWOOD VILLAGE POOL

54 SPRINGBROOK DR
OTTAWA, ON
K0A 3G0

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In Compliance
Routine inspection on June 04, 2019

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

In Compliance
Follow-up inspection on June 01, 2018

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 June 01, 2018

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Continuous operation of all equipment and chemical feeders

  • Ensure there is continuous operation of all equipment and chemical feeders

Not in Compliance

Critical

Free available chlorine (FAC) at a minimum of 0.5mg/L (0.5ppm);

  • Maintain FAC at a minimum of 0.5mg/L (0.5ppm)

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Cyanuric acid is not greater than 60mg/L (60ppm)

  • Maintain cyanuric acid concentration at 60mg/L (60ppm) or less

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

An adjustable dosing device is used to administer chlorine, a chlorine compound or a bromine compound

  • Provide an adjustable dosing device
Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on May 30, 2018

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Deck and walls maintained in a sanitary condition and free from hazards

  • Maintain deck surfaces free from hazards

Not in Compliance

Critical

Safety supervision requirements met

  • Ensure copies of lifeguard and assistant lifeguard certificates are readily available at the pool

Not in Compliance

Critical

Equalizer fittings rendered inoperable

  • Render equalizer fittings inoperable

Not in Compliance

Critical

Sufficient supply of chemicals and testing devices

  • Ensure testing devices are sufficient to operate the pool
  • Ensure supply of chemicals are sufficient to operate the pool
  • Proper test kit required

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Daily records completed and signed

  • Record pH 1/2 hour before opening & every 2 hours while pool is open
  • Complete and sign records daily
  • Record Cl (free and total) residual 1/2 hour before opening & every 2 hours while pool is open
  • Record total number of bathers admitted to pool each day
  • Record any emergencies, rescues, or breakdown of equipment that have occurred
  • Record time of day for testing of emergency telephone
  • Record reading of the make-up water meter

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Written emergency, and operational procedures & instructions available at the pool

  • Ensure that written emergency, and operational procedures & instructions are available, and lifeguards are trained in these procedures

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