[?] A summary of the violations found during the inspection are listed below.

3701-31-04 (D)(6)(a) / Pool free chlorine disinfectant residual is above 1 ppm.
Critical Repeat Corrected During Inspection Pool free chlorine disinfectant residual was 0.1 ppm.
Do not operate the pool until the chlorine disinfectant residual is at 1 ppm or above. Julie Michelson was called and informed about the low chlorine level. Julie Michelson closed the pool temporarily and raised the chlorine residual. After 20 min. the pool water was tested and the free chlorine residual was at 8 ppm. and pH was at 7.9. Recommended to closely monitor the pH.
3701-31-04 (D)(7)(a) / pH and ORP values for chlorine/bromine are continuously monitored.
Critical Repeat pH values were noted at 5.8. However when the pool water was tested using reagent # 1003J the pH was noted at 7.9
Have the ACC unit serviced so that the pH values are continuously monitored. A note was found on the chemical log that stated 'ordered new probes for baby pool'.

3701-31-04 (B)(4)(a)(iv) / Water temperatures are recorded daily
Repeat Water temperatures were not being recorded daily.
Take and record the water temperature at least once/day.
3701-31-04 (B)(6)(c) / Cross connection hazards are prevented
Cross connection hazards were present. Water hose was dropped into the fill line.
Remove all cross connection hazards from the pool area.
3701-31-04 (B)(6)(s) / Perimeter barrier is in good repair to prevent unauthorized entry
Repeat Gate does not slef close and self latch all the time.
Repair the gate.
3701-31-04 (E)(2)(a)(ii) / A USCG Type IV personal flotation device with 30 -60 foot throw line provided
Repeat The throw line of A USCG Type IV personal flotation device was thin.
Provide a proper floatation device with a throw line that is one qaurter of an inch in diameter.
3701-31-04 (E)(2)(d) / First aid kit provided
Repeat First aid equipment was not provided.
Provide first aid equipment, including a first aid kit, at the pool at all times.

Inspection Information

[?] Facility Type: Add't Pool

[?] Inspection Type: Follow-up

[?] Inspection Date: 25-August-2014

The following violation(s) have been corrected since the last inspection.
3701-31-04 (B)(4)(a)(vi)/Total alkalinity is tested weekly
Total alkalinity was not tested weekly.
Test total alkalinity at least once/week.
3701-31-04 (C)(2)/pH is within 7.2 to 7.8
pH was 7.9
Treat the pool water so that the pH is within the acceptable range (7.2 to 7.9).
3701-31-04 (B)(6)(i)/A means of determining rate-of-flow on all water pumps
A means of determining rate-of-flow was not found for all water pumps.
Properly install a flow meter or have a pump curve available for every water pump used for the pool.
1. Pool water was clear.
2. Free chlorine level at the time of inspection was 0.1 ppm and total chlorine was 0.2 ppm. Julie Michelson accepted to close the pool voluntarily and work on the chlorine residual.
3. pH at the time of inspection was 7.7. However when the chlorine feeding rate was increased to increase the level of free chlorine residual in the pool water, the pH increased to 7.9. It is recommended to closely monitor the pH and maintain it at an optimal range (7.2 to 7.9).
4. Flow meter was repaired and the flow rate was noted at 32 gpm which gives a turnover rate of 47.8 min.