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Leisure Pool water temperature

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ben Robert Feb 24. 5 Replies

My facility has a leisure pool that we keep at a chilly 80 degrees.  Since the pool is mostly used by birthday parties, children's swimming lessons, and other rentals, having the pool temperature…Continue

Hanging signs in a natatorium

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ricardo Freitas Apr 29, 2013. 4 Replies

Does anyone have a recommendation for a substance to hang a laminated sign in a natatorium?  Specifically, something that can stand up to the humidity for a long period?  We've been using foamcore…Continue

Has anyone had the new Red Cross certificates rejected?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michelle Koppin Oct 18, 2012. 12 Replies

Have any of you been taking advantage of the option to print American Red Cross certificates yourself?  If so what size option do you use?  Have you had anyone or any group refuse to accept the full…Continue

Break vs. Down time

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lisa Phillips Nov 4, 2011. 9 Replies

Hello Everyone, I would like to hear from our aquatics community about the expectations for their staff who are not actively lifeguarding.  At my facility, staff members typically have 20 minutes out…Continue

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Ben Robert replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Leisure Pool water temperature
"We keep our pool at 84 - 85 degrees year round "
Feb 24
Bob Weeks replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Leisure Pool water temperature
"Thanks for the replies everyone.  We do have a lap pool and leisure pool, but they are in completely separate rooms.  Keeping with good practice the air in each pool area is 2 degrees warmer than the water, however, the pools do not share…"
Feb 24
Clemente J. Rivera replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Leisure Pool water temperature
"In General, a Family Leisure, or Children's Pool, should be treated like a Therapy pool.  85-90 degrees is the norm for these facilities. If you have a natatorium with both a lap pool and Leisure pool, I can expect the reasoning for the 80…"
Feb 23
Patrick Harnan replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Leisure Pool water temperature
"I keep my indoor pool at 84 degrees. "
Feb 20
Brian Powers replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Leisure Pool water temperature
"My indoor leisure pool is kept at 88 degrees."
Feb 19
Bob Weeks posted a discussion

Leisure Pool water temperature

My facility has a leisure pool that we keep at a chilly 80 degrees.  Since the pool is mostly used by birthday parties, children's swimming lessons, and other rentals, having the pool temperature this low has brought plenty of complaints. I'm working to convince other staff that an increased water temperature for this pool is necessary.  If you have a pool that is focused on recreation or leisure, what is the water temperature?  Thanks!See More
Feb 12
Bob Weeks replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Aquatics programming-What works at your facility?
"I posted this three years ago and have decided to revisit it.  Looking at suggestions, we do have some of these things, but we have groups that reserve space in our facility that host them.  For example, we rent space to groups for water…"
Oct 2, 2013
Ricardo Freitas replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Hanging signs in a natatorium
"Yes, that is the one!"
Apr 29, 2013
Jesse Benavidez replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Hanging signs in a natatorium
"Here is a product that I recommend. http://www.amazon.com/Scotch-Products-Weather-Resistant-Double-Sided-Weather-resistant/dp/B004E2PS5M We use it in our Nat to hang large and heavy signage.  Plus, it is weather resistant and can withstand…"
Apr 29, 2013
Ricardo Freitas replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Hanging signs in a natatorium
"uops...not 3 w but 3m"
Mar 20, 2013
Ricardo Freitas replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Hanging signs in a natatorium
"3 w has double stick pretty well but the surface needs to be very clean..."
Mar 19, 2013
Bob Weeks posted a discussion

Hanging signs in a natatorium

Does anyone have a recommendation for a substance to hang a laminated sign in a natatorium?  Specifically, something that can stand up to the humidity for a long period?  We've been using foamcore signs on tripods, but they warp quickly in the humid air.  I want to move to laminated signs, but will need something to hang them with that won't quickly lose its adhesiveness.See More
Mar 15, 2013
Michelle Koppin replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Has anyone had the new Red Cross certificates rejected?
"I too have facilities in Michigan and we have a certification binder.  Our staff work at multiple locations and we just have two duplicate binders. The Binder is labeled and available for viewing from the public.  Our health dept. has…"
Oct 18, 2012
Bob Manners replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Has anyone had the new Red Cross certificates rejected?
"Try doing that with 150 guards."
Oct 8, 2012
Cliff Pryor replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Has anyone had the new Red Cross certificates rejected?
"There ya go!  After all, don't elevators have notices "to see certificate, see building manager" or something to that effect?"
Sep 19, 2012
Lisa Phillips replied to Bob Weeks's discussion Has anyone had the new Red Cross certificates rejected?
"I might try just listing their name, certifications and expiration dates if the cards do get discontinued, with a line that reads to view actual certifications ask Pool Manager, then keep a binder handy for requests. I could at least try it and see…"
Sep 19, 2012

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