This notice was published in the October 1, 2010, issue (Vol. 2010, No. 20) of the Utah State Bulletin.
Editor's Note: Publication Error on the Filing for Rule R392-302, DAR No. 33873, in the August 15, 2010, Bulletin
The Department of Health and the Division of Administrative Rules have discovered an error in the text of Rule R392-302, DAR No. 33873, published in the PDF version of the August 15, 2010, issue of the Utah State Bulletin.
At Subsection R392-302-22(6), Table 2, markup should have appeared showing additions and deletions in the table. This markup, while present in the text filed by the Department of Health, does not appear in the final PDF version published at the Division's web site. However, the markup correctly appears in the HTML version of the published rule; see: http://www.rules.utah.gov/publicat/bulletin/2010/20100815/33873.htm
The correct text is reproduced below. Please note that the identification of this error impinges in no way on the Department of Health's ability to make this proposed amendment effective as planned. The Division regrets any inconvenience caused by this error.
R392-302-22. Safety Requirements and Lifesaving Equipment.
A] public pool
where a lifeguard
is required under Subsection R392-302-30(2) shall provide for a
minimum number of elevated lifeguard [ chair(s)]in accordance with Table 2.
[ L]ifeguard [ chair(s)]shall be located to provide a clear unobstructed
view of the pool bottom by lifeguards on duty.
(2) A public pool must have at least one
unit of lifesaving equipment. One unit of lifesaving equipment must
consist of the following: a Coast Guard-approved ring buoy with an
attached rope equal in length to the maximum width of the pool plus
, American Red Cross-approved rescue tube;]
a life pole or shepherd's crook type pole with
blunted ends and a minimum length of 12 feet, 3.66 meters. The
facility operator may substitute a rescue tube for a ring buoy
where lifeguard service is provided. Additional units must be
provided at the rate of one for each 2,000 square feet, 185.8
square meters, of surface area or fraction thereof. The operator of
a pool that has lifeguard services shall provide at least one
backboard designed with straps and head stabilization
(3) A public pool must be equipped with a
Utah Department of Health standard 27-unit] first
aid kit which includes
the following items:
2 Units 1 inch adhesive compress. 2 Units 2 inch bandage compress.
2 Units 3 inch bandage compress.
2 Units 4 inch bandage compress.
2 Units 3 inch square plain gauze pads.
2 Units gauze roller bandage.
]2 Units eye dressing packet
. 1 Unit plain absorbent gauze, .5 sq. yard.
1 Unit plain absorbent gauze, 24 inches by 72
2 Units bandage tape.
1 Unit butterfly closures, 1 box.
1 Unit 3 inch ace bandage.
1 Unit assorted adhesive band-aids, 1 box.]
2 Units triangular bandages
Unit] [ micro]shield
1] [ Unit latex]gloves[ , 6 pairs per unit.]
(a) The [
first-aid kit [ must be kept] filled, available
and ready for use.
(4) Lifesaving equipment must be mounted
in readily accessible, conspicuous places around the pool deck.
It must be maintained] in good repair and operable
[ Lifesaving equipment may not be used or removed by
anyone] for any reason other than its intended
(5) Where no lifeguard service is provided in accordance with Subsection R392-302-30(2), a warning sign must be placed in plain view and shall state: WARNING - NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY and BATHERS SHOULD NOT SWIM ALONE, with clearly legible letters, at least 4 inches high, 10.16 centimeters. In addition, the sign must also state CHILDREN 14 AND UNDER SHOULD NOT USE POOL WITHOUT RESPONSIBLE ADULT SUPERVISION.
(6) Where lifeguard service is required, the facility must have a readily accessible area designated and equipped for emergency first aid care.
Safety Equipment and Signs
POOLS WITH POOLS WITH
LIFEGUARD NO LIFEGUARD
1,000 through 1 None
2,999 sq. ft.,
278.61 sq. meters,
of surface area
Each additional 1 additional None
2,000 sq. ft.,
185.8 sq. meters,
of surface area
Backboard 1 per facility None
Room for Emergency Care 1 per facility None
Ring Buoy with 1 per 2,000 1 per 2,000
an attached rope sq. ft., 185 sq. ft., 185
equal in length sq. meters, sq. meters,
to the maximum of pool area of pool area
width of the pool or fraction or fraction
plus 10 feet,
Rescue Tube 1 per 2,000 None
] sq. ft., 185
] sq. meters,
] of pool area
] or fraction
Life Pole or 1 per 2,000 1 per 2,000
Shepherds Crook sq. ft. 185, sq. ft. 185,
sq. meters, sq. meters,
of pool area of pool area
or fraction or fraction
First Aid Kit 1 per facility 1 per facility
(7) A spa pool is exempt from Section R392-302-22, except
for Section R392-302-22(3). (8) The water temperature in a spa pool may not exceed
105 degrees Fahrenheit.
Questions regarding this publication error should be addressed to: Nancy Lancaster, Publications Editor, Division of Administrative Rules, telephone: 801-538-3218, or at email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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