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Live Streaming WAHC for those who can't make it to INDY

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I'm excited to let you know that on October 17 and 18, NSPF will be live streaming two of the symposia from the World Aquatic Health Conference.

Here's the info, I urge you to take advantage of this educational opportunity!

PUBLIC HEALTH CODE and RWI TRACK GO LIVE FROM THE 10TH WORLD AQUATIC HEALTH CONFERENCE. 

DON'T MISS OUT!

 

For those of you who can't attend the conference, we are LIVE STREAMING two days of the World Aquatic Health Conference this October 17 & 18.

 

You can attend live from your own computer or project it on a screen for your whole team to view. Join us for a few sessions or the entire track.

 

Full Access:

Public Health Code Track $100

Recreational Water Illness Prevention Track $80

Educate your team for just $150.00 for both Live Stream Events.

  

To register for one or both of these Live Streams, follow this link.

 

If you have questions about the live stream events or how to sign up, call (719) 540.9119 or email conference@nspf.org.

Live Stream Schedule At a Glance

 

Thursday, October 17

Public Health Code

10:00 a.m. - Microbiologic Survey of Filter Backwash Samples & A Review of Hot Tub/Spa Outbreaks.

Michele Hlavsa, R.N. M.P.H. CDC

11:00 a.m. - Preventing Drowning & Other Injuries: Top Ten Model Aquatic Health Code Provisions.

Jasen Kunz, M.P.H., R.E.H.S., CDC

1:30 p.m. - Preventing Outbreaks & Other Illnesses: Top Ten Model Aquatic Health Code Provisions.

Michael Beach, Ph.D., CDC

3:00 p.m. - Model Aquatic Health Code - What's Next?

Jasen Kunz, M.P.H., R.E.H.S., CDC & Bob Vincent, R.S., M.P.A., FL Dept. of Health

4:00 p.m. - Part 1: The Team Approach: Creating an Effective Partnership Between Building Departments & Environmental Health.

Lee Clifton, International Code Council

Part 2: - The Model Swimming Pool, Spa and Hot Tub Code Provisions - Working to Mitigate Drowning, Injuries & Illnesses.

Peter DeMarco, International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials

 

Friday, October 18

Recreational Water Illness Prevention

10:00 a.m. - International Conference on Swimming Pool & Spa, Rome 2013: Key Advances in Disinfection By-Products and Microbiology

Laura Suppes, R.S. M.P.H., University of Arizona

11:00 a.m. - International Conference on Swimming Pool & Spa, Rome 2013: Key Advances in Science & Regulations

James Amburgey, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Charlotte

1:30 p.m. - Using Electronic Meters in Swimming Pool Inspections and Posting Scores

Tom Vyles, City of Plano

2:30 p.m. - Research: The Missing Link in Regulation Changes

Joyce Tuttle, R.E.H.S., P.H.M., California Environmental Health Specialist Network

 

 

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