Right place to complain ...

about public health concern in local leisure centre

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19/02/2013 at 16:58
Does anyone know which agency/department is the right place to make a complaint regarding health & safety concerns about a local authority leisure centre? I would have thought environmental health but that seems to only deal with food hygiene issues. Thank you!
19/02/2013 at 17:00

What are you doing hanging out with the chavs at a local authority leisure centre?

I felt dirty just getting into the pool when I once went to my local one. Im sure I was the only one without tattoos either.

 

cougie    pirate
19/02/2013 at 17:01
Check out the website for the local authority ?
19/02/2013 at 17:03
Thanks Cougie, checking through now but it's a nightmare trying to find anything remotely relevant. I think they purposefully designed their website to be as user unfriendly as possible.
19/02/2013 at 17:05
You should go to the manager to be fair, going anywhere else deprives them of the chance to react to your concerns. If it's serious and you get no joy, go straight to the HSE, but it comes with a whole pile of trouble for the local management
19/02/2013 at 17:05

my OH works at a local leisure centre and says the top inch of water in the pool is

  • piss
  • sweat
  • skin 
19/02/2013 at 17:06
What does it relate to?
19/02/2013 at 17:06
David Falconer 3 wrote (see)

What are you doing hanging out with the chavs at a local authority leisure centre?

I felt dirty just getting into the pool when I once went to my local one. Im sure I was the only one without tattoos either.

 

something wrong with Tattoos David?. . . .Hmmmm??

http://www.interarchitect.com/images/bear.png

 

19/02/2013 at 17:07
Jason Wintin wrote (see)

my OH works at a local leisure centre and says the top inch of water in the pool is

  • piss
  • sweat
  • skin 

Judging from the mouthful of water I accidentally swallowed as I jumpe in, I think they could be right.

seren nos    pirate
19/02/2013 at 17:07

environaental health deal with more than food.they deal with pollution and noise problems...so it depends on the health and safety matter.......

19/02/2013 at 17:08
Thanks EKGO!
19/02/2013 at 17:14

Max's mum - Oh tattoos are great. I mean you've got the classy mums with their kids names tattoed on them. They do this for two reasons. One, so they can remember their names, and two because they have it tattooed on them, it must prove they love their kids more than we love ours.

Or do we look at the chinese tattoos, you know because the people that have these tattoos have a deep and rich understanding of the chinese culture ..... and not at all because chinese characters look like a nice picture and give an excuse for someone to have to ask 'Oh what does that mean?', just so you can reply 'Oh that means 'enlightenment' when in fact in reality it means 'Pork balls with fried rice'.

19/02/2013 at 17:16
I haven't been swimming in leisure centre pool for years. I used to work at quite a swanky gym and that pool was disgusting too!
19/02/2013 at 17:20
Seren, I know - but website doesn't have an option that would cover "this leisure centre is making its customers skin fall off, I want to report it"

I'll give them a ring

I thought it might be like food poisoning - you should report it to council as well as establishment?
19/02/2013 at 17:20

Im always suspicious when you see the pool is packed yet no-one ever seems to need the toilet.

19/02/2013 at 17:22

How about a tattoo of someone going fishing?. . . . .

 



19/02/2013 at 17:25
Max's Mum wrote (see)

How about a tattoo of someone going fishing?. . . . .

 



Welcome to chavsville ......... population: Max's mum.



19/02/2013 at 17:27

whats the actual problem xine267?
is it the condition of the water?

This might help http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/889632.stm

19/02/2013 at 17:28

ive got chinese writing on my back 

 

i swear it says my name..........ohnest  

19/02/2013 at 17:29
David Falconer 3 wrote (see)
Max's Mum wrote (see)

How about a tattoo of someone going fishing?. . . . .

 



Welcome to chavsville ......... population: Max's mum.



Oh david, you missed it. . . .

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