The following signage is required at all Public Spas in accordance with Ontario Regulation 565.
Contact your area public health inspector if you have any questions or concerns.
Every owner and operator shall ensure that a notice, in letters at least 25 millimetres high with a minimum five millimetre stroke, is posted at the timing device that identifies it as a timing device.
Every owner and every operator shall ensure a notice identifying the location of the emergency telephone, in letters not less than 25 millimeter stroke in a conspicuous location near the entrance of the public space.
O. Reg. 565, s. 19 (3)(i): Notice identifying it as the emergency telephone and listing the names, telephone numbers and addresses of persons who are available for resuscitation, medical aid and fire services or indicating the service to which it is directly connected.
O. Reg. 565, s. 19 (3)(ii): Notice with the full name and address of the public pool or public spa location and all of the pool's or spa's emergency telephone numbers.
Every owner shall ensure that the following notice, in letters at least 25 millimetres high with a minimum five millimetre stroke, is posted above the emergency stop button:
In the event of an emergency, push emergency stop button and use emergency phone. An audible and visual signal will activate.
Every owner and operator shall ensure that the following notice is posted in a conspicuous place at each entrance to the public spa with the word CAUTION in letters not less than 50 millimetres high, all other lettering not less than 10 millimetres high, and with a minimum five millimetre stroke in either case:
The notice described in subsection (1) shall include the maximum bather capacity of the public spa determined under section 17.
Every owner and every operator shall ensure that the following notices and markings are displayed in the places indicated herein: