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

3701-31-04 (B)(6)(y) / Chemicals are properly stored/used
Critical Chemical containers were stored without labels identifying the contents.
Label and properly store all chemical containers to avoid a chemical reaction or unnecessary exposure. PLACE A LABEL ON THE CHLORINE AND ACID TANKS. Correct By: 17-Jun-2020

3701-31-04 (B)(6)(f) / Required turnover rates are sufficient
Repeat Required turnover rates were not met.
Have the circulation system evaluated to determine why the turnover rates are not able to be met. Once the reasons have been determined have the issue repaired. If necessary, submit plans to the Ohio Department of Health to review and approve. INCREASE FLOW RATE TO BETWEEN 208 AND 332 GPM Correct By: 11-Jun-2020
3701-31-04 (E)(2)(d) / First aid kit provided
First aid equipment was not provided.
Provide first aid equipment, including a first aid kit, at the pool at all times. RESTOCK THE FIRST AID KIT WITH MORE BAND-AIDS. Correct By: 17-Jun-2020

Inspection Information

Facility Type: Pool

[?] Inspection Type: Standard

Inspection Date: 10-June-2020

The Certificate of Compliance for the main drain covers was not available. One was provided and posted in the equipment room. Keep the COC available at the pool in the future.
Out records show that the main drain suction outlet cover (Waterway 640-472xV) was installed 5/18/2015. The cover has a 7 year life span and must be replaced before 5/18/2022.

Keep the chemical SDS (MSDS) in the equipment room and have available the PPE for handling chemicals.