October 10, 2012 at 7pm to October 12, 2012 at 5pm
The most influential academic, industry, and government experts will share the latest research with science and useful application in aquatics. Over 400 attendees come together in this intimate environment each year to understand emerging issues, exchange ideas, and formulate future plans. A cross section of industry segments attend, including leaders from academia, associations, building, consulting, retail, aquatic facilities, service, public health/government, health and medical, and…See More
October 12, 2011 at 7pm to October 14, 2011 at 5pm
Hear the best of the best and learn what's cool and not so cool in aquatics at the, World Aquatic Health Conf, Oct 12-14 Seattle http://ow.ly/4ebWXFor the eighth consecutive year, global recreational water leaders will gather at the World Aquatic Health™ Conference (WAHC™), slated for October 12-14, at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel in downtown Seattle, Washington. The most influential academic, industry, and government experts will…See More
"Just my two cents in this whole sticky issue.
All of the decisions that have been made by national in the last 9 months reflect the "new direction". if it doesn't make money then let it go away.
The new minimum prices…"
The National Recreation and Park Association's National Aquatic Conference (NAC) is the premier venue for aquatic professionals in the nation. Drawing hundreds of attendees annually from all areas of aquatics, NAC provides attendees with the tools, concepts, and resources to be effective and successful in the challenging aquatics environment. With the combination of leading-edge peer-reviewed education programming and a powerful tradeshow, attendees walk away with the knowledge to apply current…See More
I use a set schedule at my pools for the main summer season. The schedule is prepared in advance and takes into consideration bather load, activities, camps etc. The staff gets the summer schedule during inservice the second week in May…"
I have a couple of comments on this issue. The policy at my pools is no cell phone on while on duty. First time it rings or guards are seen on phone, written warning. Second time I hear it ring I answer it and keep the phone for the rest of the…"
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I also felt I saw more band aids floating or stuck to the deck than were still stuck on kids. So a few years ago we began a no band aid policy. A minor wound is cleaned and pressure applied until bleeding stops, we will then apply spray…"