Aquatic Safety Inspector


For those interested in evaluating operational aquatic safety standards for aquatic facilities, the Aquatic Safety Inspector course provides a solid understanding of the regulations, protocols and guidelines that apply to the operation of aquatic facilities.

Participants apply knowledge learned in the class through hands-on inspections using the Society’s inspection checklists.

Inspectors can then use their skills to evaluate their own facilities as part of their own risk management program, and participate in the Lifesaving Branch Audit Program while working towards completing their certification as a Lifesaving Society Aquatic Safety Auditor.

Instructional Time: 

 8-10 hrs (6-8 hrs in class and 2 hrs on deck)


Safety inspector remains current for 24 months from date of appointment. Only current Safety Inspectors may conduct Lifesaving Aquatic Safety Inspections, and are required to attend an ASI recertification course to recertify.

Safety inspectors are required to attend a Safety Auditor recertification course to recertify after that time or complete their Auditor certification.

Evaluation and Other Items: 

A certification card will be issued to successful candidates.