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Telecommunication Agreements: What You Need to Know

Brian Horlick, Timothy Duggan
Publication date:
January 14, 2019
Article Summary: 

The Health Protection and Promotion Act's Regulation 565, which governs public swimming pools and spas, was amended in 2018, and it now applies to condominium corporations with six or more units, regardless of public access to the pool. Condominium pools are typically classified as Class B pools under the regulation and must adhere to various requirements. These include designating a trained operator responsible for overseeing pool operations, maintaining water clarity and pH, keeping records of pool usage and testing, enforcing capacity limits, providing emergency facilities, implementing written standard procedures, and supplying appropriate signage and safety equipment. Larger pools may also require a lifeguard. Condominium corporations are advised to hire qualified personnel to act as pool operators to ensure compliance with the regulations.


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Brian Horlick, Timothy Duggan
Telecommunication Agreements: What You Need to Know
January 14, 2019
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