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Swimming Pool Maintenance

Swimming pool operation by trained operators maintain PH & Chlorine levels in water in an ideal range. Proactive steps taken to maintain water quality as per seasonal requirements.

1. General Duties:

  • Daily Inspections: Conduct daily inspections of the pool area and equipment to identify and address any issues promptly.
  • Cleaning: Perform regular cleaning of the pool and surrounding areas to maintain hygiene standards.
  • Chemical Balance: Regularly test and adjust the chemical balance of the pool water to ensure safety and comfort.
  • Equipment Maintenance: Inspect, maintain, and repair pool equipment to ensure proper functionality.
  • Record Keeping: Maintain detailed logs of maintenance activities, inspections, and chemical levels.

2. Daily Inspections:

  • Pool Area: Inspect the pool deck, ladders, diving boards, and safety equipment for cleanliness and safety.
  • Water Clarity: Check for water clarity and cleanliness, ensuring no debris is present.
  • Chemical Levels: Test the pool water for pH, chlorine, and other chemical levels using appropriate test kits.

3. Cleaning Procedures:

  • Skimming: Use a skimmer net to remove leaves, insects, and debris from the water surface.
  • Brushing: Brush the pool walls and floor to prevent algae buildup and maintain cleanliness.
  • Vacuuming: Vacuum the pool floor to remove dirt and debris.
  • Deck Cleaning: Sweep and wash the pool deck to keep it clean and free of hazards.
  • Filter Cleaning: Clean or backwash the pool filter as needed to ensure proper filtration.

4. Chemical Treatment:

  • Testing: Test the water for pH, chlorine, alkalinity, and other chemical levels daily.
  • Adjusting: Add chemicals to balance the water as necessary:
    • Chlorine: Maintain appropriate chlorine levels to disinfect the water.
    • pH Levels: Adjust pH levels to ensure they are within the recommended range (7.2-7.8).
    • Alkalinity: Ensure total alkalinity is within the proper range (80-120 ppm) to stabilize pH levels.
    • Calcium Hardness: Maintain calcium hardness levels (200-400 ppm) to prevent equipment damage.
  • Shocking: Perform regular shocking (super-chlorination) to eliminate chloramines and maintain water clarity.

5. Equipment Maintenance:

  • Pumps and Filters: Inspect and maintain pool pumps and filters, ensuring they are operating efficiently.
  • Heaters: Check pool heaters for proper operation and address any issues.
  • Automatic Cleaners: Ensure automatic pool cleaners are functioning correctly and perform necessary maintenance.
  • Safety Equipment: Regularly inspect and maintain safety equipment, such as life rings and pool covers.

6. Record Keeping:

  • Maintenance Logs: Keep detailed records of all maintenance activities, including dates, tasks performed, and any issues identified.
  • Chemical Logs: Maintain logs of chemical tests and adjustments, including date, time, and chemical levels.
  • Inspection Reports: Document findings from daily inspections and any corrective actions taken.

7. Professional Conduct:

  • Appearance: Maintain a professional appearance and wear appropriate safety gear.
  • Communication: Communicate clearly and courteously with pool users and management.
  • Safety Compliance: Adhere to all safety regulations and guidelines to ensure a safe environment for pool users.
  • Training: Participate in ongoing training programs to stay updated on pool maintenance techniques and safety protocols.

8. Emergency Procedures:

  • Chemical Spills: Follow proper procedures for handling and cleaning up chemical spills.
  • Equipment Failure: Report any equipment failures immediately and take necessary steps to ensure pool safety.
  • User Incidents: Respond to any incidents involving pool users promptly and follow the established emergency response plan.