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How are you meeting VGB Compliance? Check out the NSPF sponsored CPSC Pool and Spa Safety Event

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The National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®) will host the first of three Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
National Pool and Spa Safety Events to help bring all public pools and
spas into
compliance with the P&SSAct on October 6 at the World Aquatic Health
Conference™ (WAHC™). 

The Safety Event is slated from 8am -11am at the Antlers
Hilton Hotel, 4 South Cascade, Colorado Springs, Colorado.  People
interested in
attending should register at www.nspf.org or call 719-540-9119. 

There is no charge to attend this
event.

Read more about it here in the PRNewswire release

http://ow.ly/2EeCH

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Just got back from meetings discussing this event on Oct. 6th in Colorado Springs. It will be amazing! I have never attended the World Health Conference before and can't wait. The topics and speakers are completely different from what you will find at other industry events and will be a real eye opener I'm sure.

Hope to see some of you there! You can find out more at http://www.NSPF.org
We are thrilled to have you join us at the WAHC Rex, there are year to year some very current topics and research no found at any other venue. See you there!

Can you please set up a dictionary of terms for us all to add to in an A-Z format and for those of us from outside the USA that are not familiar with your various associations, a section on Acronyms. Likewise we can add terms used here. You have at least six above to kick it off.

Regards

John Green

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