Wyoming Pool Regulations
Wyoming Swimming Pool Rules and Regulations
Regulations for the State of Wyoming for commercial swimming pools dictates the required safety equipment, pool rules signs, safety signs as well as various other traditional construction and safety regulations related to swimming pools.
|Code:||Wyoming Regulations for Swimming Pools, Spas and Similar Installations|
|Effective Date:||August 1, 2004|
|Governing Body:||Wyoming Department of Agriculture together with the Department of Health|
|Notes:||Both the Wyoming Pool Rules and Spa Rules signs are as determined by the Wisconsin Regulations and include space for adding an emergency number. Their No Lifeguard sign has an age limit of 18.|
Required Equipment for Public Pools
- Rescue Pole
- Shepherds Crook
- Secchi Disk
- Ring Buoys
- Diaper Changing Station
- Depth Markers
- Rope & Float Line
- Lifeguard Chairs
- Rescue Blanket
- Rescue Tube
- First Aid Kit
Safety Equipment Notes
- Rescue Pole 12' Required
- Ring Buoys 20" Life Ring Buoy required. Minimum 1 unit of lifesaving equipment per 2000 sq ft.
- Depth Markers At minimum and maximum depth points and at 1 ft. depth increments in shallow portion, spaced no more than 25 feet intervals, located at slope breaks. IN FEET OR METRIC
- Rope & Float Line Located 2 feet on shallow side at the break in grade between shallow and deep end or the point where water depth reaches 5' 6" and at separation of diving, slide areas. Marked with visible floats not greater than 7 ft. intervals.Securely anchored with corrosion resistant material and recessed to wall.
- Lifeguard Chairs One elevated chair (a minimum of 6 feet elevation) for every 120 feet of pool perimeter.
- Rescue Tube Used instead of ring buoy.
Emergency Phone Number 911 Sign - 10 x 12 Inches on Heavy-Duty Aluminum
Emergency Phone Number 911 Sign - 10 x 12 Inches on Styrene Plastic
Emergency Phone Number 9-911 Sign - 10 x 12 Inches on Heavy-Duty Aluminum