Maintaining Safety

The owner or operator of a public/semi-public swimming pool must do everything possible to assure the safety of patrons and to safeguard them from injury or incident. Swimming pools must be chemically treated and mechanically cleaned so that the user is not misled by water turbidity or cloudiness when judging its depth. Ladders, diving boards, slides, handrails and other apparatus must be inspected regularly and kept in good repair. Main-drain covers must be firmly fixed in place. Underwater lights must …


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