Health (Swimming Pools) Regulations 1964



    4A. Executive Director, Public Health may close certain swimming pools

    (1) The Executive Director, Public Health may, if he is satisfied that the water used in a swimming pool is unsafe because of its unsatisfactory quality or the inadequacy of the treatment to which it has been subjected, by notice in writing served on the occupier of the swimming pool close the swimming pool for an indefinite period or such period as is specified in that notice.

    (2) The Executive Director, Public Health may by notice in writing served on an occupier on whom a closure notice has been served amend or revoke the closure notice.

    (3) An occupier on whom a closure notice has been served shall, while the swimming pool to which the closure notice relates is closed by virtue of the closure notice, ensure that that swimming pool is not used by any person.

    (4) In this regulation

    }closure notice~ means notice served under subregulation (1).

    [Regulation 4A inserted in Gazette 5 Jul 1985 p. 2391-2.]



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