Safety Inspections

ALAVIDA-RAVINES SENIOR SUITES SPA

636 PRADO PRIVATE
OTTAWA, ON
K2E 0B6

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In Compliance
Follow-up inspection on November 01, 2019

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

Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on October 07, 2019

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 and results of all pool chemistry tests required.
  • Record when a public spa was drained, and inspected where required.
  • Record the type and amount of chemicals added manually to the pool or spa.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility maintains disinfectant level as required.

  • Spa - Ensure residual of free available chlorine of public spa water maintained between 5 -10 ppm.
  • Enforcement action taken.

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Written emergency and operational procedures and instructions are available.

  • Ensure that written emergency and operational procedures and instructions are available at the pool to be implemented in the event of an emergency, accident or injury in the pool.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility completes weekly or monthly tests as required

  • Inspect all water, gravity and suction outlet covers at least once within each period of 30 operating days.
  • Test-buttons associated with the ground current leakage detecting and de-energizing devices are activated daily, and tested either monthly or in accordance with manufacturer's directions, whichever is more frequent.
  • Emergency stop button is labelled, and tested, and recorded once within each period of 30 operating days.
  • Test and inspect the emergency stop button and any vacuum release mechanisms at least once within each period of 30 operating days.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility maintains pH level as required.

  • Maintain pH value within the range of 7.2 to 7.8

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Every operator shall be trained in public pool and public spa operation and maintenance, filtration systems, water chemistry and all relevant safety and emergency procedures.

  • Operator shall be trained in public pool and public spa operation and maintenance, filtration systems, water chemistry and all relevant safety and emergency procedures.
Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on June 28, 2019

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Written emergency and operational procedures and instructions are available.

  • Ensure that written emergency and operational procedures and instructions are available at the pool to be implemented in the event of an emergency, accident or injury in the pool.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility maintains total alkalinity level as required.

  • Maintain total alkalinity in the range of 80 ppm to 120 ppm.

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 time and results of all pool chemistry tests required.
  • Record when a public spa was drained, and inspected where required.
  • Record the type and amount of chemicals added manually to the pool or spa.

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Every operator shall be trained in public pool and public spa operation and maintenance, filtration systems, water chemistry and all relevant safety and emergency procedures.

  • Operator shall be trained in public pool and public spa operation and maintenance, filtration systems, water chemistry and all relevant safety and emergency procedures.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility completes weekly or monthly tests as required

  • Inspect all water, gravity and suction outlet covers at least once within each period of 30 operating days.
  • Test-buttons associated with the ground current leakage detecting and de-energizing devices are activated daily, and tested either monthly or in accordance with manufacturer's directions, whichever is more frequent.
  • Test and inspect the emergency stop button and any vacuum release mechanisms at least once within each period of 30 operating days.

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Required signage posted.

  • Post a notice at the emergency telephone identifying it as the emergency telephone and listing the names, telephone numbers and addresses of persons who are available for resuscitation, medical aid and fire services or indicating the service to which it is directly connected.
  • Post a notice with the full name and address of the public pool or public spa location and all of the pool’s or spa’s emergency telephone numbers.
In Compliance
Follow-up inspection on April 03, 2019

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

Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on March 20, 2019

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility maintains pH level as required.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility maintains disinfectant level as required.

In Compliance
Routine inspection on December 11, 2018

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

In Compliance
Routine inspection on September 28, 2018

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

In Compliance
Routine inspection on September 28, 2018

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 May 16, 2018

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

In Compliance
Routine inspection on May 15, 2018

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 March 19, 2018

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

Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on March 15, 2018

Not in Compliance

Critical

pH is within range of 7.2 to 7.8

  • Maintain pH between 7.2 to 7.8
  • CLOSE SPA

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

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

  • Maintain total alkalinity at a minimum of 80mg/L (80ppm)
In Compliance
Routine inspection on December 13, 2017

Corrected During Inspection

Non-critical

Daily records completed and signed

  • Record estimated number of bather uses during daily use period
  • Record time of day for testing of emergency telephone
  • Record reading of make-up water meter (if applicable)
  • Record when spa was drained, inspected and refilled (if applicable)

Corrected During Inspection

Critical

Free available chlorine (FAC) or total bromine within range of 5 - 10 mg/L

Corrected During Inspection

Non-critical

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

In Compliance
Follow-up inspection on September 20, 2017

Corrected During Inspection

Critical

Free available chlorine (FAC) or total bromine within range of 5 - 10 mg/L

Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on September 14, 2017

Corrected During Inspection

Critical

Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) value is a minimum of 700 mV (if equipped with automatic sensing device)

Corrected During Inspection

Critical

pH is within range of 7.2 to 7.8

Corrected During Inspection

Critical

Free available chlorine (FAC) or total bromine within range of 5 - 10 mg/L

Not in Compliance

Critical

Emergency telephone is present and operational

  • Ensure there is a land line emergency telephone located within 30 m of the spa
In Compliance
Routine inspection on June 14, 2017

Corrected During Inspection

Non-critical

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

In Compliance
Follow-up inspection on March 31, 2017

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

Not in Compliance
Routine inspection on March 16, 2017

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Other records signed and completed

  • Ensure emergency stop button and vacuum release mechanism is tested and recorded at least once every 30 operating days
  • Ensure water outlet covers are inspected and recorded (at least once every 30 operating days) along with time of day test was completed

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