Commercial Pool Management:
What We Do For You
At Lifeguard LI, we provide professional Pool Management for General Managers, Directors, and Board Members
As a general manager, director, or board member, you are responsible for the proper management of your pool. This includes regular cleaning, balancing the water chemicals, monitoring structural issues, meeting the Board of Health requirements, and managing lifeguards and swim instructors. We provide intense knowledge and professional service in each of these areas so that you can be sure that your pool is being properly managed.
We will ensure an on-time opening of your pool, taking care to properly summerize all equipment and stow away the pool cover and off-season materials.
One of the most important aspects of proper pool management is ensuring that the pool is properly cleaned on a regular basis. This means removing all debris from the water, scrubbing the walls and floor to remove any dirt or grime build-up, and making sure that the filters are clean and functioning properly. Depending on the size and type of pool, this process can be completed daily or weekly.
Water Chemical Balance
Another important aspect of proper pool management is maintaining the proper chemical balance in the water. This includes ensuring that the pH levels are balanced, the chlorine levels are at an acceptable level, and the alkalinity levels are where they should be. If any of these levels are off, it can create problems with the quality of the water and make it unsafe for swimming. A qualified pool technician will test the water regularly to ensure that it is properly balanced.
Monitoring Structural Issues
Another key responsibility is to regularly monitor the structure of the pool for any potential problems. This includes checking for cracks or leaks in the walls or floor, making sure that the drain covers are secure and in place, and inspecting the equipment for any damage or wear. If any structural issues are found, we would advise they be repaired immediately to avoid further damage.
Meeting Board of Health Requirements
One of the most important parts of proper pool management is meeting all of the requirements set forth by the Board of Health. This includes having the proper amount of certified lifeguards on duty at all times when the pool is open to swimmers, maintaining clean and sanitary conditions throughout the pool area, and having adequate safety equipment on hand in case of an emergency. Failure to meet these requirements can result in penalties or even closure of your pool.
Managing Lifeguards and Swim Instructors
Finally, as a pool management company, we are also responsible for managing the lifeguards and swim instructors who work at your facility. This includes hiring and training new employees, developing work schedules, ensuring that everyone is properly certified, and supervising their work throughout their shifts. By ensuring that your lifeguards and swim instructors are properly trained and supervised, you can help prevent accidents and ensure that your guests have a safe and enjoyable experience at your pool.
Proper pool management is essential to keeping your guests safe and ensuring that your facility meets all local regulations. By following these guidelines, you can be sure that your pool is being properly managed so that everyone can enjoy a safe and fun swimming experience. Contact us today at (516) 405-0676 to find out more about our services or fill out the form below!