State Codes

Wyoming Pool Code

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 Pool Safety Equipment For Wyoming

EquipmentRequiredNotes 
Rescue PoleYes12' RequiredShop
Shepherds CrookYes Shop
Sechi DiskYes Shop
Ring BuoysYes20" Life Ring Buoy required. Minimum 1 unit of lifesaving equipment per 2000 sq ft.Shop
Diaper Changing StationYes Shop
Depth MarkersYes 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 Shop
Rope & Float LineYesLocated 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. Shop
Lifeguard ChairsYesOne elevated chair (a minimum of 6 feet elevation) for every 120 feet of pool perimeter. Shop
Rescue BlanketYes Shop
Rescue TubeYesUsed instead of ring buoy. Shop
First Aid KitYes Shop
Compliance with these recommendations does not guarantee that you will be in conformance with any building code, health code, or federal, state or local regulations regarding safety or pool regulation compliance. Compliance does not ensure the absolute safety of you, your operations or place of business. Aquatic Technology, Inc (Poolweb.com) is not a law firm and does not and will not perform services performed by an attorney.