Tag Archives: Model Aquatic Health Code

MAHC Recirculation Systems and Filtration

CDC posts the Model Aquatic Health Code’s module for Recirculation Systems and Filtration for public comment with a closing date of October 9, 2013. To view the latest updates regarding the Model Aquatic Health Code go to www.chh2o.com/MAHC. The Recirculation Systems and Filtration module was initially released earlier this summer for public comment but has […]

NSF and UV – Changes throught the years

NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) was founded in 1944 to standardize sanitation and food safety requirements. Today, it has evolved into an accredited, independent third party certification body that tests and certifies products to verify that they meet public health and safety standards. The NSF is made up of many different divisions covering a wide range […]

Do You need a CPO®?

When I joined TMI, I had never heard of a Certified Pool Operator (CPO®). I had no idea they existed.  People really undertake training and education just to take care of a pool? Why? I’d seen my grandfather squint at a pink sample of pool water and throw a few more pucks of chlorine into […]

The MAHC: Evolution or Revolution for the Future?

I heard a thought leader, a friend, take  issue with adoption of the CDC  Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) since it’s being  positioned as an “evolution” in design and operations rather than a needed  “revolution.” Half of the United States is not united on requiring  that the person operating the public pool have any verifiable […]

The ninth World Aquatic Health Conference and Aquatic Physical Therapy Summit was held for the first time in Norfolk, Virginia, and organizers report a strong attendance, with 412 attendees, holding close to last year’s record-setting event in Seattle. The World Aquatic Health Conference is recognized as the leading global aquatic research forum.  “This year’s conference was […]