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  • Check all internal and external walkways, routes and general floor areas within the pool and spa areas(s) are free from damage or defect and any slip, trip or fall hazards have been highlighted, actioned and reported.


  • Check the lighting, heating and ventilation is functioning and adequate.


  • Check all exit routes and means of escape are free from combustible materials. Fire exit doors should be checked for correct operation.

Fire Safety

  • Check fire extinguishers are in their allocated places (not freestanding on floor) and are ready for use. Internal fire doors are closed.

Safety Signage

  • Check all safety signage is in place, in good condition and is legible. Check safety signage above fire exits, break glass call points, emergency directional and signage above fire extinguishers.


  • Check any club radios and emergency phones within your area are fully functional.

First Aid

  • Check the first aid box/es in general areas has all the required items as per standard guidelines and replenish as necessary, including suitable PPE ensuring items are in date or the tag seal is in place.

Bio Hazard

  • Check Biohazard box is available and has all required items as per standard guidelines. Ensure any items have not gone beyond their expiry date.

Water Quality Testing

  • Water quality test kit is available, clean and in good condition with an adequate amount of stock present.

Water Quality Recording

  • Water quality test books are available for all corresponding pools.

Rescue Equipment

  • Rescue equipment is available in key locations and is in good condition.

Sauna and Steam Rooms

  • Check that all glass doors are in good repair and free from damage and all benches are securely fixed, with no splintered surfaces that may cause injury.

Disabled Pool Hoist

  • Inspect any disabled pool hoists present to ensure they are i good condition and sound repair.

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