File Name: swimming pool rules and regulations .zip
Town of Cortlandt, NY
Most of these rules pertain to the construction and maintenance of regulated recreational water facilities such as swimming pools, spas, water parks, and wading pools. Regulated facilities include pools at athletic or private clubs, municipal or park facilities, hotels, motels, apartments, condominiums, mobile home parks, RV parks, and homeowner association communities. Single-family homes are not regulated by these rules, but must follow city or county building code requirements. Content Source: Water Recreation Program. Water Recreation. Beach Advisories. Lake, River, and Beach Safety.
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Swimming Pools & Hot Tubs
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The following rules and regulations have been established for the benefit of all users of the Swimming Pools to assure the safe operation of the aquatic facilities.
Public Swimming Pools and Spas
Since , 27 young children have fatally drowned in Victorian private swimming pools and spas. In at least 20 of those cases, the non-compliance of the safety barrier was a contributing factor. We encourage the active supervision of young children in and around swimming pools and spas at all times. In Victoria, the construction and installation of swimming pools, spas and safety barriers and barrier maintenance are all subject to the requirements of the Building Regulations the Regulations. Swimming pool and spa owners have a legal obligation to ensure that they maintain the effective operation of swimming pool and spa safety barriers.
Skip to Main Content. Patrons are requested to cooperate in observing these rules and to obey the instructions of the Aquatics staff. Patrons violating swimming pool rules are subject to the revocation of their swimming privileges. Consequences of Rule Violations Failure to abide by these rules and regulations may result in injury to yourself or others. Management and pool personnel reserve the right to address any behavior which is considered a safety risk, unsanitary or a disturbance to others.
The Swimming Pool Operator Guide provides specific information to assist the layman in the proper maintenance and operation of pool and spas. Drowning Prevention Foundation.