(A)   Daily operating records shall be maintained and recorded each day the public pool is open for use and shall include the following:
      (1)   Total bather loads;
      (2)   Water temperature (spa);
      (3)   Volume of fresh water added;
      (4)   Operating periods of recirculating pumps and filters and corresponding rate-of-flow meter readings;
      (5)   Amounts and types of chemicals used;
      (6)   Disinfectant residuals;
      (7)   pH readings;
      (8)   Maintenance (and any malfunction) of equipment;
      (9)   Results of bacteriological examinations;
      (10)   Reports of accidents, injuries, illness, and complaints related to the public pool operation; and
      (11)   Closures that are not part of normal closing hours, such as for a chemical treatment process, an accident or injury or any other specific reason.
   (B)   An injury/incident/illness report using a form prescribed by the Department shall be made for each occurrence that:
      (1)   Results in death;
      (2)   Requires resuscitation;
      (3)   Results in transportation to a hospital or other facility for medical treatment; or
      (4)   Results in an illness connected to the water quality at the pool.
   (C)   The injury/incident/illness report shall be forwarded to the Department within ten days and kept onsite for no more than a period of one year.
   (D)   Daily operating records shall be accessible to inspection by health authorities at all times. Weekly summaries of these records shall be submitted to the local board on request, using forms acceptable to that authority.
(`88 Code, § 6-189)  (Ord. 94-16, passed 8-15-94; Am. Ord. 15, passed 8-5-08)  Penalty, see § 92.99