Indiana Pool Code
|Code:||Indiana Pool Rules 410 IAC 6-2.1 and Swimming Pool Construction Code 675|
|Effective Date:||August 26, 2010|
|Governing Body:||Indiana State Department of Health|
|Notes:||Indiana Pool Rules and Spa Rules signs are designed in accordance with Indiana 410 IAC 6-2.1 which requires specific sanitary rules be posted in a lettering height of 1 inch. Our Indiana No Lifeguard sign with 2 inch lettering height is required to be posted where no lifeguard service is provided.|
Required Pool Safety Equipment For Indiana
|Rescue Pole||Yes||12' Required||Shop|
|Ring Buoys||Yes||20" Life Ring Buoy Required. Minimum 1 unit of Lifesaving (Lifepole or shepherd’s crook type pool or ring buoy) per 2000 sq. ft. Pools over 2000 sq ft. rescue tube or buoy for each lifeguard.||Shop|
|Throw Line||Yes||45' of 1/4 in. diameter throw line required.||Shop|
Within 18” of edge, installed at maximum and minimum water depths and at all points of slope change and at intermediate increments of water depth not to exceed 2 ft.
4 inch lettering height. "No Diving" symbols shall be placed on the deck at twenty-five (25) foot minimum intervals where the pool depth is five (5) feet or less.
|Rope & Float Line||Yes||Buoyed transition line shall separate shallow area (5 ft. or less) from deeper pool area.||Shop|
|Lifeguard Chair||Yes||Lifeguard chairs are required where the pool depth is a minimum of forty-eight (48) inches at a rate of one (1) chair per every two thousand (2,000) square feet of water surface.||Shop|
|First Aid Kit||Yes||Shop|
|Rescue Blanket||Yes||2 blankets required.||Shop|