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   * What do you need to include in the (capital) budget for the pool?   * What do you need to include in the (capital) budget for the pool?
  
-**//Calendar ​of tasks to operate a pool year-round//​**+**//Timelines ​of tasks to operate a pool year-round//​**
  
 A pool may be open only during the spring and summer, but many tasks need to get done during the off-season. The SAO/​Recreation Director is responsible to make sure these tasks happen. ​ A pool may be open only during the spring and summer, but many tasks need to get done during the off-season. The SAO/​Recreation Director is responsible to make sure these tasks happen. ​
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 The Facility Maintainer may do some of the work or you may need to hire trades people for some of the work.  The Facility Maintainer may do some of the work or you may need to hire trades people for some of the work. 
  
-Modify the following ​calendar, as needed, to meet the demands of your community’s pool facility and program.+Modify the following ​timelines, as needed, to meet the demands of your community’s pool facility and program.
    
 +{{ ::​annual_off-season_pool_prep_timeline.jpg?​nolink |}}
  
-|Month|Activities| +{{ ::annual_in-season_pool_prep_timeline.jpg?​nolink ​|}}
-|January|• Recruit staff (review resumes and conduct interviews)| +
-|:::​|• Complete off-season maintenance| +
-|:::​|• Order any needed pool supplies (except chemicals)| +
-|:::​|• Make sure that insurance is up to date and includes pool activities| +
-|February|• Hire pool staff – pool Supervisor and other staff - as needed (see Certification Requirements)| +
-|:::​|***NOTE:​ swimming instructors and lifeguards are in short supply nation-wide and need to be hired early| +
-|:::​|• Organize training/​re-certification of local staff, at year round facilities| +
-|:::​|• Encourage facility maintainers and/or rec coordinator to complete Pool Operations 1 & 2 courses with the School of Community Government | +
-|March|• Order chemicals| +
-|:::​|• Send the pool supervisor a copy of your last year’s pool report, information about the community, and a copy of this manual| +
-|:::​|• ensure your new Pool Supervisor has a copy of this manual| +
-|:::​|• Find appropriate housing for the pool supervisor|  +
-|:::​|• Make sure that all pool materials you ordered have arrived| +
-|:::​|• contact the local Health Centre and order water sample bottles and forms| +
-|April|• Finalize staff recruitment MOU with NWTRPA| +
-|:::​|• Finalize hiring of local staff| +
-|:::​|• Contact the Environmental Health Officer to schedule an inspection before the pool opens| +
-|:::​|• Organize travel for the pool supervisor and re-confirm housing| +
-|:::​|• Complete any needed repairs and maintenance| +
-|May|• Do staff orientation and training| +
-|:::​|• Have local maintainer clean pool and building; fill the pool and have it ready for when the pool supervisor arrives| +
-|:::​|• Have the Environmental Health Officer complete pool inspection before the pool opens| +
-|:::​|• Coordinate between pool supervisor and other recreation programs| +
-|:::​|• Advertise pool opening| +
-|:::​|• Open the poolYahoo!| +
-|June|• Carry out day-to-day pool operations in conjunction with other recreation programs| +
-|:::​|• Advertise pool activities with all recreation advertising| +
-|July|• Carry out day-to-day pool operations in conjunction with other recreation programs| +
-|:::​|• Advertising of pool activities with all recreation advertising| +
-|August|• Carry out day-to-day pool operations in conjunction with other recreation programs| +
-|:::​|• Advertise pool activities with all recreation advertising| +
-|:::​|• Complete final pool report with recommendations (pool supervisor)| +
-|:::​|• Make a list of all supplies that need to be replenished (chemicals, pool chemistry test kits, first aid kit contents, swimming badges, rescue equipment, cleaning supplies, etc)| +
-|:::​|• Complete staff evaluation of each staff person. The pool supervisor may complete the ones for the pool staff| +
-|:::​|• Encourage staff with positive evaluations to consider returning next season| +
-|September|• Review recommendations. Start to act on any recommendations that need a longer lead-in-time| +
-|:::​|• Review capital requirements for the next season and into the future| +
-|:::​|• Budget for next year| +
-|:::​|• Carry out tasks to fully winterize the pool| +
-|:::​|• Complete repairs as needed| +
-|October|• Take a short breather| +
-|Nov/​Dec|• Contact NWTRPA about recruiting the pool supervisor|+
  
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