26.1. Notwithstanding the first paragraph of section 26, the owner of a swimming pool whose water plan surface is less than 100 m2 is not required to entrust its supervision to a safety supervisor provided that:
(a) a person at least 16 years of age who holds an aquatic emergency care certificate dated not more than 2 years previously, issued by the Royal Lifesaving Society of Canada and identified as such, is present in the pool area when the latter is accessible;
(b) the swimming pool is exclusively for the use of persons having access to a rooming house, the customers of a hotel, restaurant or camping site in the case of an indoor or outdoor pool;
(c) the swimming pool is exclusively for the use of persons having access to an apartment house in the case of an outdoor pool;
(d) no bather less than 12 years of age is admitted within the pool area unless he is accompanied by a responsible person at least 18 years of age;
(e) the total number of bathers on the deck and in the water does not exceed 10; and
(f) a notice is posted in a conspicuous place, at the swimming pool entrance, on which is written, in letters of at least 25 mm the conditions listed in paragraphs d and e.