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Name: HILLCREST APARTMENTS
Type: Apartment House
Address: 3750 Post Oak Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76040-7532
County: Tarrant
Phone: 817-540-4900
Fax: 817-540-6020
Total inspections: 7
Last inspection: 08/16/2010
Score
100

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Inspection findings

Inspection Type

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Score

  • Handholds Specific Safety Features (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Overhead or underwater lighting is not safely or properly maintained. The body hook or shepherd's crook is damaged, broken or is not properly attached or maintained.
    Corrective action: Overhead or underwater lighting shall be maintained safely and according to standards. The body hook or shepherd's crook shall be repaired or properly attached and maintained. At each Class C pool, one light, strong, non-telescoping, non-conducting 12 foot long or longer pole with attached body hook or shepherd's crook and one throwing rope that reaches at least 2/3 the maximum pool width with firmly attached 15 - 24 inch Coast Guard approved ring buoy shall be mounted in a conspicuous place within 20 feet of the pool. Both shall be provided for each 2,000 square feet of water surface and shall be accessible.
  • Water Quality Violation (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Operational records of tests results are not maintained.
    Corrective action: When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request.
  • Fort Worth Ordinance
    Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Operational records of emergency telephone test results are not maintained. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted. Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Operational records of emergency telephone test results are not maintained. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted.
    Corrective action: Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Emergency Telephone operation shall be tested and recorded monthly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate. Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Emergency Telephone operation shall be tested and recorded monthly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    A filter outlet pressure gauge is not installed on the piping. Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: A rate of flow meter shall be properly maintained to accurately (plus or minus 10%) indicate the rate of flow through the filter in gallons per minute. A filter outlet pressure gauge shall be installed on the piping. Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Electrical Requirements (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.192 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Electrical Requirements, pages 43 - 45; TDSPSPC 337.93 (Eff Jun 13, 1965)and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All electrical components shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Ground fault interrupters are not working.
    Corrective action: All ground fault interrupters shall be working. The pool/spa shall be closed until all electrical equipment is protected with working ground fault interrupter circuits.
  • CLOSURE NOTICE
    You are hereby notified that you must take immediate action to close your pool to the public until appropriate corrective actions are taken to safeguard the public from hazards detailed above in this report.
    Serious health violations were identified during today's health inspection. You must close your pool immediately to the public until appropriate corrective actions are completed.
    Corrective action: Before the facility named in this report can reopen for swimming pool/spa operations to the public, the owner/operator must take immediate corrective action to correct identified hazards and request a re-inspection by a Code Compliance Consumer Health Specialist. A fee of $125.00 will be required before any re-inspection may be conducted. Payment shall be made at 1800 University Dr. Room 219, Fort Worth, TX 76107 or by phone at 817-871-7255. Each re-inspection will require the fee be paid prior to the Consumer Health Specialists return. The closed pool/spa must meet minimum standards before it can be re-opened.
Regular Inspection08/16/2010100
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Overhead or underwater lighting is not safely or properly maintained. The body hook or shepherd's crook is damaged, broken or is not properly attached or maintained.
    Corrective action: Overhead or underwater lighting shall be maintained safely and according to standards. The body hook or shepherd's crook shall be repaired or properly attached and maintained. At each Class C pool, one light, strong, non-telescoping, non-conducting 12 foot long or longer pole with attached body hook or shepherd's crook and one throwing rope that reaches at least 2/3 the maximum pool width with firmly attached 15 - 24 inch Coast Guard approved ring buoy shall be mounted in a conspicuous place within 20 feet of the pool. Both shall be provided for each 2,000 square feet of water surface and shall be accessible.
  • Water Quality Violation (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Operational records of tests results are not maintained.
    Corrective action: When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request.
  • Fort Worth Ordinance
    Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Operational records of emergency telephone test results are not maintained. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted. Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted.
    Corrective action: Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Emergency Telephone operation shall be tested and recorded monthly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate. Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    A filter outlet pressure gauge is not installed on the piping. Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: A rate of flow meter shall be properly maintained to accurately (plus or minus 10%) indicate the rate of flow through the filter in gallons per minute. A filter outlet pressure gauge shall be installed on the piping. Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Electrical Requirements (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.192 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Electrical Requirements, pages 43 - 45; TDSPSPC 337.93 (Eff Jun 13, 1965)and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All electrical components shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Ground fault interrupters are not working.
    Corrective action: All ground fault interrupters shall be working. The pool/spa shall be closed until all electrical equipment is protected with working ground fault interrupter circuits.
  • CLOSURE NOTICE
    You are hereby notified that you must take immediate action to close your pool to the public until appropriate corrective actions are taken to safeguard the public from hazards detailed above in this report.
    Serious health violations were identified during today's health inspection. You must close your pool immediately to the public until appropriate corrective actions are completed
    Corrective action: Before the facility named in this report can reopen for swimming pool/spa operations to the public, the owner/operator must take immediate corrective action to correct identified hazards and request a re-inspection by a Code Compliance Consumer Health Specialist. A fee of $125.00 will be required before any re-inspection may be conducted. Payment shall be made at 1800 University Dr. Room 219, Fort Worth, TX 76107 or by phone at 817-871-7255. Each re-inspection will require the fee be paid prior to the Consumer Health Specialists return. The closed pool/spa must meet minimum standards before it can be re-opened.
  • Suction Outlets and Return Inlets
    TSSP&S 265.190 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Suction Outlets and Return Inlets, pages 37 - 41; TDSPSPC 337.81 (Eff Jun 13, 1965). All suction outlets and return inlets shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Suction outlet system is not upgraded. A spare main drain cover is not available on the property.
    Corrective action: Suction outlet systems shall be upgraded to comply with all other provisions of either TSSP& S 265.190 (d) or (e)(1) or (e)(2) no later than January 1, 2005. A spare A112 approved drain cover must be available at the facility.
Regular Inspection08/16/2010100
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Overhead or underwater lighting is not safely or properly maintained. The body hook or shepherd's crook is damaged, broken or is not properly attached or maintained.
    Corrective action: Overhead or underwater lighting shall be maintained safely and according to standards. The body hook or shepherd's crook shall be repaired or properly attached and maintained. At each Class C pool, one light, strong, non-telescoping, non-conducting 12 foot long or longer pole with attached body hook or shepherd's crook and one throwing rope that reaches at least 2/3 the maximum pool width with firmly attached 15 - 24 inch Coast Guard approved ring buoy shall be mounted in a conspicuous place within 20 feet of the pool. Both shall be provided for each 2,000 square feet of water surface and shall be accessible.
  • Water Quality Violation (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Operational records of tests results are not maintained. Current cyanuric acid level is______over 100_____________ ppm. Required level for Cyanuric Acid is <100 ppm outside and is not met. Current pH level is_________6.8__________. Required level for pH is 7.0 - 7.8 and is not met.
    Corrective action: When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Required water level for Cyanuric Acid is <100 ppm outside. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas. Required water level for pH is 7.0 - 7.8. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas.
  • Fort Worth Ordinance
    Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Operational records of emergency telephone test results are not maintained. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted. Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted.
    Corrective action: Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Emergency Telephone operation shall be tested and recorded monthly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate. Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: A rate of flow meter shall be properly maintained to accurately (plus or minus 10%) indicate the rate of flow through the filter in gallons per minute. A filter outlet pressure gauge shall be installed on the piping. Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Electrical Requirements (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.192 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Electrical Requirements, pages 43 - 45; TDSPSPC 337.93 (Eff Jun 13, 1965)and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All electrical components shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Ground fault interrupters are not working.
    Corrective action: All ground fault interrupters shall be working. The pool/spa shall be closed until all electrical equipment is protected with working ground fault interrupter circuits.
  • CLOSURE NOTICE
    You are hereby notified that you must take immediate action to close your pool to the public until appropriate corrective actions are taken to safeguard the public from hazards detailed above in this report.
    Serious health violations were identified during today's health inspection. You must close your pool immediately to the public until appropriate corrective actions are completed The Cyanuric acid in the pool is over 100 ppm, ph was to low and the pool light was not working and therefore the gfci was not working.
    Corrective action: Before the facility named in this report can reopen for swimming pool/spa operations to the public, the owner/operator must take immediate corrective action to correct identified hazards and request a re-inspection by a Code Compliance Consumer Health Specialist. A fee of $125.00 will be required before any re-inspection may be conducted. Payment shall be made at 1800 University Dr. Room 219, Fort Worth, TX 76107 or by phone at 817-871-7255. Each re-inspection will require the fee be paid prior to the Consumer Health Specialists return. The closed pool/spa must meet minimum standards before it can be re-opened.
  • Pool Yard Enclosures
    TSSP&S 265.200 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Pool Yard Enclosures, pages 60 - 62 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool yard enclosures shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Adequate gates/doors are not provided.
    Corrective action: All gates or doors for pools and spas (other than new Class A & B pools) shall be lockable and equipped with self-locking and self-latching devices. An inaccessible opener mounted on the enclosure shall be installed at least 3.5 feet above the deck/walkway surface, shall open outward away from the pool/spa and shall be latched when the pool or spa is not in use or when nearby or associated pools/spas are closed as a result of a hazard or other unsafe condition. All ingress and egress to access a pool or spa shall be through common pool enclosure gates or doors.
  • Pool & Spa Operation and Maintenance
    Texas Health & Safety Code - Minimum Standards of Sanitation & Health Protection, Chapter 341.064 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). An owner, manager, operator or other attendant in charge shall maintain the pools, spas, bathhouses and the surroundings in a sanitary condition at all times.
    The pool walls of the pool, spa, their component parts or bathhouse and its surroundings are not maintained in good repair.
    Corrective action: Maintain the pool walls pool, spa, their component parts or bathhouse and its surroundings in good repair at all times.
Regular Inspection08/16/2010100
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    The body hook or shepherd's crook is damaged, broken or is not properly attached or maintained. The pole needs to be replaced is sundamaged.
    Corrective action: The body hook or shepherd's crook shall be repaired or properly attached and maintained. At each Class C pool, one light, strong, non-telescoping, non-conducting 12 foot long or longer pole with attached body hook or shepherd's crook and one throwing rope that reaches at least 2/3 the maximum pool width with firmly attached 15 - 24 inch Coast Guard approved ring buoy shall be mounted in a conspicuous place within 20 feet of the pool. Both shall be provided for each 2,000 square feet of water surface and shall be accessible.
  • Fort Worth Ordinance
    Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Operational records of emergency telephone test results are not maintained. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted.
    Corrective action: Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Emergency Telephone operation shall be tested and recorded monthly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate.
  • Water Quality Recording
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current cyanuric acid level is________65___________ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current pH level is______7.2_____________. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current free available chlorine level is_________8__________ ppm.
    Corrective action: Good job. Good job. Good job.
  • COMMENT:
    Okay to reopen back pool only. A sign is needed with address of location by emergency phone.
Follow-up Inspection08/17/2009100
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Overhead or underwater lighting is not safely or properly maintained.
    Corrective action: Overhead or underwater lighting shall be maintained safely and according to standards.
  • Water Quality Violation (repeated violation) (corrected on site)
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Operational records of tests results are not maintained. Current cyanuric acid level is___GREATER THAN 100___ ppm. Required level for Cyanuric Acid is <100 ppm outside and is not met. Operational records of tests results are not maintained. Current free available chlorine level is_________0__________ ppm. Required level for Chlorine-Free Available (spa) is 2.0 - 8.0 ppm and is not met.
    Corrective action: A reliable means of testing required ranges for pH, free available chlorine (i.e., DPD Test Kit which is unaffected by chloramines or other chlorine compounds) and total available chlorine or total bromine residuals, cyanuric acid (if used), total alkalinity and calcium hardness shall be maintained. Test methods shall be capable of measuring chemical ranges as set forth in 25 TAC Chapter 265 without dilution of pool/spa water. When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Required water level for Cyanuric Acid is <100 ppm outside. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas. Required water level for Chlorine-Free Available (spa) is 2.0 - 8.0 ppm. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas. When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Required water level for Chlorine-Free Available (spa) is 2.0 - 8.0 ppm. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas.
  • Fort Worth Ordinance
    Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Operational records of emergency telephone test results are not maintained. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted.
    Corrective action: Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Emergency Telephone operation shall be tested and recorded monthly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    The rate of flow meter is not properly maintained. STUCK A filter outlet pressure gauge is not installed on the piping. Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: A rate of flow meter shall be properly maintained to accurately (plus or minus 10%) indicate the rate of flow through the filter in gallons per minute. A filter outlet pressure gauge shall be installed on the piping. Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Electrical Requirements (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.192 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Electrical Requirements, pages 43 - 45; TDSPSPC 337.93 (Eff Jun 13, 1965)and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All electrical components shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Ground fault interrupters are not working.
    Corrective action: All ground fault interrupters shall be working. The pool/spa shall be closed until all electrical equipment is protected with working ground fault interrupter circuits.
  • CLOSURE NOTICE
    You are hereby notified that you must take immediate action to close your pool to the public until appropriate corrective actions are taken to safeguard the public from hazards detailed above in this report.
    Serious health violations were identified during today's health inspection. You must close your pool immediately to the public until appropriate corrective actions are completed. Spa light is not working and appears to have water in it, cyanuric acid level is to high, and there is no vac alert or stingl on drains in three feet main drains.
    Corrective action: Before the facility named in this report can reopen for swimming pool/spa operations to the public, the owner/operator must take immediate corrective action to correct identified hazards and request a re-inspection by a Code Compliance Consumer Health Specialist. A fee of $125.00 will be required before any re-inspection may be conducted. Payment shall be made at 1800 University Dr. Room 219, Fort Worth, TX 76107 or by phone at 817-871-7255. Each re-inspection will require the fee be paid prior to the Consumer Health Specialists return. The closed pool/spa must meet minimum standards before it can be re-opened.
  • Suction Outlets and Return Inlets
    TSSP&S 265.190 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Suction Outlets and Return Inlets, pages 37 - 41; TDSPSPC 337.81 (Eff Jun 13, 1965). All suction outlets and return inlets shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Suction outlet system is not upgraded.
    Corrective action: Suction outlet systems shall be upgraded to comply with all other provisions of either TSSP& S 265.190 (d) or (e)(1) or (e)(2) no later than January 1, 2005.
Regular Inspection08/05/2009100
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Overhead or underwater lighting is not safely or properly maintained.
    Corrective action: Overhead or underwater lighting shall be maintained safely and according to standards.
  • Water Quality Violation (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Operational records of tests results are not maintained. Current cyanuric acid level is___GREATER THAN 100___ ppm. Required level for Cyanuric Acid is <100 ppm outside and is not met. Operational records of tests results are not maintained.
    Corrective action: A reliable means of testing required ranges for pH, free available chlorine (i.e., DPD Test Kit which is unaffected by chloramines or other chlorine compounds) and total available chlorine or total bromine residuals, cyanuric acid (if used), total alkalinity and calcium hardness shall be maintained. Test methods shall be capable of measuring chemical ranges as set forth in 25 TAC Chapter 265 without dilution of pool/spa water. When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Required water level for Cyanuric Acid is <100 ppm outside. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas. Required water level for Chlorine-Free Available (spa) is 2.0 - 8.0 ppm. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas. When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request.
  • Fort Worth Ordinance
    Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Operational records of emergency telephone test results are not maintained. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted.
    Corrective action: Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Emergency Telephone operation shall be tested and recorded monthly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    The rate of flow meter is not properly maintained. STUCK A filter outlet pressure gauge is not installed on the piping. Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: A rate of flow meter shall be properly maintained to accurately (plus or minus 10%) indicate the rate of flow through the filter in gallons per minute. A filter outlet pressure gauge shall be installed on the piping. Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Electrical Requirements (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.192 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Electrical Requirements, pages 43 - 45; TDSPSPC 337.93 (Eff Jun 13, 1965)and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All electrical components shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Ground fault interrupters are not working.
    Corrective action: All ground fault interrupters shall be working. The pool/spa shall be closed until all electrical equipment is protected with working ground fault interrupter circuits.
  • CLOSURE NOTICE
    You are hereby notified that you must take immediate action to close your pool to the public until appropriate corrective actions are taken to safeguard the public from hazards detailed above in this report.
    Serious health violations were identified during today's health inspection. You must close your pool immediately to the public until appropriate corrective actions are completed. Pool light is not working and cyanuric acid level is to high
    Corrective action: Before the facility named in this report can reopen for swimming pool/spa operations to the public, the owner/operator must take immediate corrective action to correct identified hazards and request a re-inspection by a Code Compliance Consumer Health Specialist. A fee of $125.00 will be required before any re-inspection may be conducted. Payment shall be made at 1800 University Dr. Room 219, Fort Worth, TX 76107 or by phone at 817-871-7255. Each re-inspection will require the fee be paid prior to the Consumer Health Specialists return. The closed pool/spa must meet minimum standards before it can be re-opened.
  • Water Quality Recording
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current free available chlorine level is__________1.5_________ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current pH level is___7.2________________.
    Corrective action: Good job. Good job.
Regular Inspection08/05/2009100
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Overhead or underwater lighting is not safely or properly maintained.
    Corrective action: Overhead or underwater lighting shall be maintained safely and according to standards.
  • Water Quality Violation (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Current algae is visible. Required level for Chlorine-Free Available (pool) is 1.0 - 8.0 ppm and is not met. Yellow Algae was present in pool
    Corrective action: Required water level for Chlorine-Free Available (pool) is 1.0 - 8.0 ppm. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas. Facility was treating pool so therefore no reinspection fee
  • Fort Worth Ordinance
    Weekly inspection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter not recorded. Weekly inspection of Pool yard enclosure and gates are not recorded. Operational records of emergency telephone test results are not maintained. Nationally Accredited/Trained pool/spa operator certificate not prominently posted.
    Corrective action: Inspection of working Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for pool/spa equipment shall be tested and recorded at least one time per week and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Condition of Pool yard enclosure and gates shall be inspected and recorded weekly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Emergency Telephone operation shall be tested and recorded monthly and be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request. Provide proof of having a Nationally Accredited or Trained pool/spa operator by posting prominently their current and valid certificate.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    The rate of flow meter is not properly maintained. STUCK A filter outlet pressure gauge is not installed on the piping. Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: A rate of flow meter shall be properly maintained to accurately (plus or minus 10%) indicate the rate of flow through the filter in gallons per minute. A filter outlet pressure gauge shall be installed on the piping. Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Electrical Requirements (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.192 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Electrical Requirements, pages 43 - 45; TDSPSPC 337.93 (Eff Jun 13, 1965)and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All electrical components shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Ground fault interrupters are not working.
    Corrective action: All ground fault interrupters shall be working. The pool/spa shall be closed until all electrical equipment is protected with working ground fault interrupter circuits.
  • CLOSURE NOTICE
    You are hereby notified that you must take immediate action to close your pool to the public until appropriate corrective actions are taken to safeguard the public from hazards detailed above in this report.
    Serious health violations were identified during today's health inspection. You must close your pool immediately to the public until appropriate corrective actions are completed. Pool light is not working.
    Corrective action: Before the facility named in this report can reopen for swimming pool/spa operations to the public, the owner/operator must take immediate corrective action to correct identified hazards and request a re-inspection by a Code Compliance Consumer Health Specialist. A fee of $125.00 will be required before any re-inspection may be conducted. Payment shall be made at 1800 University Dr. Room 219, Fort Worth, TX 76107 or by phone at 817-871-7255. Each re-inspection will require the fee be paid prior to the Consumer Health Specialists return. The closed pool/spa must meet minimum standards before it can be re-opened.
  • Water Quality Recording
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current cyanuric acid level is________65___________ ppm.
    Corrective action: Good job.
Regular Inspection08/05/2009100

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