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The only chemicals that should be stored in the equipment area should be stored in approved chemical containers and if stored in the sun the containers should be UV resistant and placed securely.
Proper chemical management (particularly sanitizer/Chlorine levels) and bather regulation. Teaching your guests about swimmer safety with, signs and email messaging is step one to preventing cryptosporidium.
It depends on bather loads and the swimming season. For typical community pools daily service is required during the summer months while 3 days suffices during the colder months. For larger resorts with many bathers year-round daily service is almost required.
It varies from county to county as to what may need to be recorded but to pass most health inspections a record of chemistry readings is almost always required to be maintained & kept on the property preferably in the pool equipment area.
In order to be approved to clean a commercial swimming pool the operator must maintain a CPO license or be a licensed pool contractor. In order to service ANY equipment your operator MUST be a current pool contractor as a CPO license does not provide any coverage to the repair and installation of pool equipment.