Public Water Facility Accidents and Injuries

Indiana State Department of Health Rule 410 IAC 6-2.1 requires that all serious injuries (requiring attention by a medical doctor) and drownings be reported to the Environmental Health section of the local health department within ten days of the injury or incident/drowning.

The Indiana State Department of Health Injury/Incident Report should be completed  and then mailed to:

Clark County Health Department
1320 Duncan Avenue
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130



First Aid Kit Requirements at Public and Semi-Public Swimming Facilities

A twenty-four (24) unit first aid kit that meets American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard Z308.1-2003 or 2009 and two (2) blankets shall be provided within each pool enclosure. The first aid kit shall be kept filled and ready for use whenever the pool is open for use.  Please click here for a generic list meeting Indiana first aid requirements.



Building Code Regulations for Swimming Pool Remodel or New Construction

A pool being remodeled or a new construction may be subject to review by the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.  Please contact both IDHS and the environmentalist at the health department when submitting plans.

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