(1) Public swimming pools and public bathing places, including pool structures, methods
of operation, source of water supply, methods of water purification, lifesaving apparatus,
safety measures for bathers, and personal cleanliness measures for bathers, must be
sanitary, healthful, and safe.
(2) A lifeguard is not required for a privately owned public swimming pool if:
(a) a sign is prominently displayed on the swimming pool premises with the words “No
lifeguard is on duty” or words of substantially the same meaning; and
(b) one individual per shift is on the premises, accessible to the pool, and currently
certified as competent in cardiopulmonary resuscitation by either the American red
cross or the American heart association.
(3) Tourist homes providing spa facilities to their guests shall prominently display
a sign on the spa premises with the words “No lifeguard is on duty” or words of substantially
the same meaning. Tourist homes providing spa facilities to their guests are exempt from the requirements
of subsection (2)(b).
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