Safety Inspections

AMBLESIDE I POOL

1081 AMBLESIDE DR
OTTAWA, ON
K2B 8C8

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In Compliance
Routine inspection on September 12, 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 January 21, 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 January 14, 2019

Corrected During Inspection

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.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Safety equipment required for operation as a public pool provided.

  • Provide an electrically insulated or non-conducting reaching pole at least 3.65 metres long.
  • Provide a spine board or device designed for lifting from the pool or spa a person who may have incurred a spinal injury.

Not in Compliance

Critical

Facility first aid kit meets requirements.

  • Provide a current copy of a standard first aid manual.
  • Provide safety pins.
  • Provide adhesive dressings individually wrapped.
  • Provide sterile gauze pads, each 75 millimetres square.
  • Provide 50 millimetre gauze bandages.
  • Provide 100 millimetre gauze bandages.
  • Provide sterile surgical pads suitable for pressure dressings individually wrapped.
  • Provide triangular bandages.
  • Provide rolls of splint padding.
  • Provide at least one roll-up splint.
  • Provide at least one pair of scissors.
  • Provide non-permeable gloves.
  • Provide resuscitation pocket masks.

Corrected During Inspection

Critical

Facility maintains total alkalinity level as required.

  • Maintain total alkalinity in the range of 80 ppm to 120 ppm.
In Compliance
Follow-up inspection on September 25, 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 August 14, 2017

Corrected During Inspection

Non-critical

Daily records completed and signed

  • Record pH 1/2 hour before opening & every 2 hours while pool is open
  • Record Cl (free and total) residual 1/2 hour before opening & every 2 hours while pool is open

Not in Compliance

Non-critical

Water meter registers the volume of make-up water

  • Ensure water meter is provided to register the volume of make-up water

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