Fitness Center Observation

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a. Observation. Ms Kowaluk, Stephanie, Fitness Center Manager. It was noted during the inspection that the fitness center manager is doing an excellent job maintaining an accurate log of all deficiencies and documentation of her employees completed training.

b. Fire prevention. It was noted that all the fire extinguishers located throughout the facility are not being inspected monthly as required and were overdue annual maintenance. IAW NFPA 10, fire extinguisher shall be subjected to maintenance at an interval not more than 1 year. (29 CFR 1910.157(e)(1) and NFPA 10) RAC 2 = High Recommendation: (1) The fitness manager and staff is responsible for ensuring monthly inspections are conducted and documented in writing. (2) Contact USAG Stuttgart Army Airfield for an appointment (421-4237 or 421-2775) to
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Impeded egress. Double fire doors located next to the fitness staff office, door handle assembly was missing. (29 CFR 1910.37(a)(3)) RAC 3 = Moderate Recommendation: Submit a service order to have the missing door handle replaced.

i. Insufficient lighting. It was noted throughout the facility (men’s shower; locker room; racquetball room; family room and cardio room) that several ceiling fluorescent lamps were burnt out. (29 CFR 1926.56(a)) RAC 3 = Moderate Recommendation: Submit a service order to have the burnt out lamps replaced.

j. Slip and fall hazard. It was noted that both (male/female) showers floors do not have slip-resistance stripping or rubber matting for individuals exiting the shower after use. (29 CFR 1910.22(a)(2)) RAC 3 = Moderate Recommendation: (1) Post warning signs of the potential slippery floor. (2) Procure and install slip resistance strips or matting for the shower floors.

k. Overhead hazard. Ceiling lamp fixture located in the men’s locker room was pulling away from the ceiling. (PL 91-596) RAC 3 = Moderate Recommendation: Submit a service order to have the lamp fixture remounted to the

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