Travelodge Hotel by the Falls - Indoor Pool Inspection Results

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June 6, 2019
Closure

Cyanuric Acid 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

Oct. 7, 2019
Routine Inspection

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

Aug. 16, 2019
Routine Inspection

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

June 8, 2019
Re-inspection

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

June 7, 2019
Re-inspection

Not in Compliance
Cyanuric acid concentration not greater than 60mg/L.

June 6, 2019
Routine Inspection

Not in Compliance
Shower notices located at the entrance to each shower area and at every entrance to the deck used by bathers.
Not in Compliance
Cyanuric acid concentration not greater than 60mg/L.
Not in Compliance
Written emergency and operational procedures and instructions available at the pool to be implemented in the event of an emergency, accident or injury in the pool.
Not in Compliance
Cyanuric acid concentration not greater than 60mg/L.
Not in Compliance
Pool test kit with proper testing chemicals available
Not in Compliance
Make-up water added to the pool at a minimum of 15L/bather/day.
Corrected During Inspection
Minimum of 3 “Admission Standards” signs.
Not in Compliance
Pool’s circulation system and chemical feeders are in continuous operation throughout the entire 24 hours of each day without regard to the daily use period.
Corrected During Inspection
Pool’s circulation system and chemical feeders are in continuous operation throughout the entire 24 hours of each day without regard to the daily use period.
Corrected During Inspection
Recirculation and chemical feeders in continuous operation.
Not in Compliance
Make-up water added to the pool at a minimum of 15L/bather/day.
Corrected During Inspection
Recirculation and chemical feeders in continuous operation.
Corrected During Inspection
Minimum of 3 “Admission Standards” signs.
Not in Compliance
Shower notices located at the entrance to each shower area and at every entrance to the deck used by bathers.
Not in Compliance
Pool test kit with proper testing chemicals available
Not in Compliance
Written emergency and operational procedures and instructions available at the pool to be implemented in the event of an emergency, accident or injury in the pool.

March 7, 2019
Routine Inspection

Not in Compliance
Free available chlorine (FAC) levels adequate maintained between 0.5 ppm – 10 ppm, FAC 1.0 ppm – 10 ppm w. stabilizer

Jan. 17, 2019
Routine Inspection

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

Dec. 10, 2018
Re-inspection

Not in Compliance
Total alkalinity is maintained at a range of 80-120 ppm

Nov. 29, 2018
Routine Inspection

Not in Compliance
Manual pool tests and records completed
Not in Compliance
Make-up water added to the pool at a minimum of 15L/bather/day.
Not in Compliance
Exposed piping for potable water and chlorine are appropriately identified.
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