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Management Policies and Pool Rules
- The Crafton Hills College (CHC) aquatics personnel, management, staff, or lifeguard
may expel any patron who does not conform to the rules listed herein or posted in
- All persons to be, or suspected of being afflicted with an infectious or communicable
disease, suffering from a cough, cold, fever, sores or open cuts are not to be permitted
in the pool. Bandages are not allowed in the pool.
- All swimmers must be potty trained; no diapered children allowed in the pool.
- Persons are not permitted on the deck until CHC Aquatic staff has checked pool chemicals
and facility for safety hazards.
- Eating, chewing gum and drinking are not permitted on the pool deck. Bottled water
- Smoking, chewing tobacco, alcohol or drug use is strictly prohibited at the CHC aquatic
center. Smoking is allowed in only designated area adjacent to aquatics center parking
- Anyone participating in lap swim must be able to complete a length across the pool
unassisted. Children under the age of 14 must have a parent in the facility.
- CHC lap swim hours are for lap swimming or water exercise. Participants in CHC lap
swim are prohibited from providing coaching or lessons.
- No spitting or urination in the pool or on the deck.
- Running, pushing shoving, horse play and other high risk behavior is prohibited.
- No glass, sharp metal objects or toys are allowed in the pool or on the deck area.
- Animals and pets are not allowed in the aquatics center. Service dogs are an exception.
- Bicycles, skates or skateboards are not permitted in the aquatics facility.
- Banners, posters, signs, or any other forms of advertisement of any kind are not permitted
without prior approval by CHC management.
- Any act of vandalism to the facility or school is a crime and will be treated as such.
- CHC is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen items.
- The renter, user, or group utilizing the facility is responsible to protect the facility
from damage. If damage occurs for any reason, the user may be responsible for the
costs of repair. Costs shall be determined by CHC.
- Maximum capacity of the pool is 247 persons.
- Swimmers are not permitted in the pool until all covers are taken off the pool.
- When taking covers/lane lines off and putting cover on the reels MUST be locked into
place for safety and per manufacture guidelines.
- All reels for pool covers and lane lines must be pushed back in place away from the
- After Cover/Lane line reels are being used reels must be covered.
- The pool is to always be put back to its original state found by the agencies last
using the pool. Covers are to be on the pool unless instructed otherwise by CHC personnel.
- All swimmers shall be under the direct supervision of a certified lifeguard, USA swimming,
or USA Water polo carded coach at all times.
- Swim and Water Polo participants are not allowed in the Aquatic Center until they
are accompanied by a coach.
- Parents and spectators are restricted to the bleacher or grass area, and are not permitted
on the pool deck.
- Coaches are responsible for knowledge of CHC Aquatic Center rules and policies for
their agencies participants.
- It is the responsibility of the instructor or coach in charge to enforce the rules
- Diving is not allowed from the side of the pool. All pool side entries must be feet
- Exception: Supervised diving instruction as part of formal instruction or training.
- The starting blocks are to be used only under the direct supervision of a qualified
instructor or coach.
- The pool will remain open unless it is raining hard enough that the lifeguard cannot
see the across or the bottom of the pool.
- The pool will be closed immediately in the case of thunder and lighting, the pool
may not reopen until 30 minutes after the last thunder or lightning occurrence.
Locker Room Policies
- No one under the age of 18 is permitted to use locker rooms.
- Only CHC students are allowed in locker rooms.
- Exception is YST Morning Masters
- CHC will not be held responsible for lost, broken, or stolen items.
- CHC students and staff using lockers must give access to locker to CHC Aquatics Staff.
- Personal items of CHC students and staff may be kept in lockers for day use.
- Personal items of CHC students and staff may be kept overnight or for a semester under
- Overnight or semester use must be cleared by aquatics center staff.
- The user must provide their name, phone number, locker number lock combination or
key and reason for requesting overnight/semester use of locker.
- Lockers not cleared for overnight use will have the locks cut and items placed in
lost and found.
- All lockers being used for CHC students and staff must have a lock on. Locks are the
- Lockers must be cleaned out at the end of each semester.
- No illegal substances or items, drugs, firearms, knives, matches, lighters or any
item that can cause injury, death, or destruction to a person or the facility will
be permitted in the locker rooms.
- Locker inspections will be periodic and recorded. Users will be notified and must
grant CHC access to their locker.
- CHC will assume the locker is abandoned if denied access or if user is not present
for locker inspection.
- Lockers left abandoned will become CHC property. Lockers not cleaned out by the end
of each semester will be considered abandoned. Any items found in locker room or abandoned
lockers will be put in lost and found. Items that are not claimed from lost and found
will be disposed.
- Locker room showers are to be turned off after use.
- The locker rooms can become very slippery and should be accessed with extreme caution.