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We need your help to protect your swimming community, today & into the future

Mick Nelson, USA Swimming takes a position on www.nspf.blog: an important topic; which will also be discussed this October at the World Aqu…

Started by Laurie Batter

0 Sep 30, 2013

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

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 Confer…

Started by Laurie Batter

0 Sep 19, 2013

Indoor pool lightning policy

OK, so I know this has been discussed at many of the past conferences, but I have a question.  How many of you close your indoor facilities…

Started by Bob Manners

21 Jul 14, 2013
Reply by Bob Manners

Aging Pools ... Is the Magic Gone?

Are aging pools losing their allure? That's the question asked in this article published recently in The Herald, a local paper in Washingto…

Started by AIsrEditor

2 Jul 10, 2012
Reply by AIsrEditor

Is CYA Needed for Indoor Pools? MAHC Says No. What do you say?

What do you think about the proposal in the Model Aquatic Health Code which indicates CYA isn't necessary in indoor pools. Does it make sen…

Started by AIsrEditor

11 May 9, 2012
Reply by Robert Burrows

ADA Extention

The deadline for compliance with American's with Disabilities Act requirements has been extended and it's making national headlines. The ex…

Started by AIsrEditor

0 Mar 19, 2012

How are you responding to community pressure to close pools?

Just before Memorial Day, the Associated Press issued a story "Pools dry up after draining city budgets."  We (those of us at National Swim…

Started by Laurie Batter

4 Jun 14, 2011
Reply by Laurie Batter

Drowning prevention non-profit supports CPSC drain recall

The National Drowning Prevention Alliance urges public pool managers to install needed drain replacements promptly to provide a full season…

Started by Laurie Batter

0 May 31, 2011

Something about the water makes us feel so good. Do you know the science of why?

Learn what those somethings are - science-based research presenting Oct 12-14, World Aquatic Health Conf. Of 45 seminars, 10 devoted to hea…

Started by Laurie Batter

0 May 5, 2011

Are any waterparks restricting wave pool access for guests under 48" tall?

If so, how do you monitor it? Did you put a barrier in place? What was the response from guests the first summer of implementation?

Started by George Deines

1 Mar 21, 2011
Reply by Cory

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