Best Western Fallsview - Outdoor Pool Inspection Results

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Closures, Convictions and Orders - Posted for six months

July 18, 2017
Closure

Pool chemical is too strong and does not allow the disinfectant to work effectively. This could lead to microorganisms surviving in the pool water and cause illness.

Inspection Results - Posted for one year

Sept. 12, 2017
Routine Inspection

No Issues Found
No infractions were found at the time of inspection

Aug. 17, 2017
Routine Inspection

Not in Compliance
Daily turnover rate of the water was not maintained at the minimum requirement
Daily turnover rate is the number of times the total volume of water passes through the filter per day.

July 19, 2017
Follow-up Inspection

Not in Compliance
Make-up water was not added and recorded daily
Every operator shall add and record the volume of make-up water added to the pool during each operating day. The amount shall not be less than 20 L per bather per day as determined by a water meter installed for the purpose. Every owner and every operator shall ensure that the clean water and the make-up water are free from contamination that may be injurious to the health of the bathers.

July 18, 2017
Routine Inspection

Not in Compliance - Corrected During Inspection
Water clarity was unsatisfactory
Pool water must be clear enough to visibly observe the black disc from any point on the deck at 9 m away. A bather in distress under the water surface may not be seen if water clarity is poor.
Not in Compliance
Cyanuric acid concentration was greater than 150 mg/L
An excessive level of cyanuric acid renders chlorine ineffective against microorganisms.
Not in Compliance
Daily turnover rate of the water was not maintained at the minimum requirement
Daily turnover rate is the number of times the total volume of water passes through the filter per day.
Not in Compliance
Make-up water was not added and recorded daily
Every operator shall add and record the volume of make-up water added to the pool during each operating day. The amount shall not be less than 20 L per bather per day as determined by a water meter installed for the purpose. Every owner and every operator shall ensure that the clean water and the make-up water are free from contamination that may be injurious to the health of the bathers.

June 22, 2017
Follow-up Inspection

No Issues Found
No infractions were found at the time of inspection

June 19, 2017
Routine Inspection

Not in Compliance - Corrected During Inspection
Manual tests and records were not completed
Daily records are required to be completed ½ hour before opening and every hour while open.
Not in Compliance
Cyanuric acid concentration was greater than 150 mg/L
An excessive level of cyanuric acid renders chlorine ineffective against microorganisms.
Not in Compliance
Total alkalinity was less than 80 mg/L
Every owner and every operator shall ensure that the pool water is treated with chlorine, a chlorine compound or a bromine compound by means of an adjustable dosing device and so maintained that the pH value is within the range of 7.2 to 7.8 the total alkalinity is not less than 80 mg/L.
Not in Compliance
Make-up water was not added and recorded daily
Every operator shall add and record the volume of make-up water added to the pool during each operating day. The amount shall not be less than 20 L per bather per day as determined by a water meter installed for the purpose. Every owner and every operator shall ensure that the clean water and the make-up water are free from contamination that may be injurious to the health of the bathers.

May 23, 2017
Follow-up Inspection

No Issues Found
No infractions were found at the time of inspection

May 19, 2017
Routine Inspection

Not in Compliance - Corrected During Inspection
Daily turnover rate of the water was not maintained at the minimum requirement
Daily turnover rate is the number of times the total volume of water passes through the filter per day.

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