(1) Reporting death, injury, and illness. Owners shall:
(a) Provide the department or local health officer with information requested regarding the investigation of an injury or illness associated with the WRF; and
(b) Notify the department or local health officer of a drowning, near drowning, death, serious injury or serious illness associated with the WRF within forty-eight hours after becoming aware of the occurrence.
(2) Incidents. Owners shall provide the department or local health officer with any information requested regarding the investigation of an incident creating a potential health or safety problem, for example, a chlorine gas leak.
(3) Monitoring and recordkeeping.
(a) Owners shall monitor the following water quality conditions of WRF pools and maintain records for a minimum of three years:
(i) Residual disinfectant concentration level frequently enough, but at least once every twenty-four hours, to determine that the residual is satisfactorily sustained to meet the requirements of WAC 246-260-111
(ii) Hydrogen ion (pH) concentration frequently enough, but at least once every twenty-four hours, to determine that the level is maintained in a range of 7.2 to 8.0;
(iii) Alkalinity at least weekly;
(iv) If pool water temperature is over ninety-five degrees Fahrenheit, water temperature frequently enough, but at least once every twenty-four hours, to determine temperature does not exceed one hundred four degrees Fahrenheit; and
(v) If cyanuric acid or one of its derivatives is used in a pool, cyanurate level testing at least weekly and maintained at levels established in Table 111.2.
(b) Owners shall keep records for three years of:
(i) Quantities of all chemicals added to pool water each day;
(ii) Treatment system flow rates, measured at least daily; and
(iii) Any incidents of visible pool water contamination, for example, from vomit, feces, or blood.
(4) Availability. Owners shall make records required by this section available for department or local health officer review upon request.