Facility owners/operators are encouraged to complete an annual aquatic safety inspection. Aquatic safety inspections use a standardized method of assessing safety, identifying risks and regulation compliance in aquatic facilities with the objective of making facilities safer for both public and staff.
Identify a current certified Aquatic Safety Inspector to complete the aquatic safety inspection
Establish date for the aquatic safety inspection with the Inspector
Register the aquatic safety inspection with the Lifesaving Society and order the Aquatic Safety Inspection Report from the Lifesaving Society
Assign a facility liaison for the Aquatic Safety Inspector to access for the duration of the inspection
Meet with the Aquatic Safety Inspector following completion of the inspection report
Submit the aquatic safety inspection report summary results to the Lifesaving Society and keep a copy of the report on file
Aquatic Safety Inspector Responsibilities
Work with the facility liaison to establish the dates of the aquatic safety inspection
Confirm that the Facility has ordered the aquatic safety inspection report
Meet with the facility liaison and receive a tour of the facility
Conduct the audit (the facility liaison will accompany the Inspector and provide access to specific areas such as the mechanical and chemical storage rooms)
Meet with the owner or owner’s agent to share the results of the inspection and provide them with the original completed copy of the inspection report
Inspection Results & Recommendations
Following an aquatic safety inspectionthe facility will be debriefed by the Aquatic Safety Inspector and provided with the completed Aquatic Safety Inspection Package.