EH2O Recreational Waters Virtual Conference

EH2O Recreational Water Virtual Conference Logo Beach Ball and Water DropThank you for attending EH2O!

January 18th - 19th, 2017

The conference was designed to enhance the knowledge of environmental health professionals in order to help them respond to environmental events of public health concern as well as to provide an opportunity to network and learn about the latest in indoor and outdoor treated recreational waters. If you were unable to attend the conference, you can still view and download presentation slides below. 

Presenter Guide 

Health and Safety

Recommendations for Reducing Cryptosporidium Infection Risk in Swimming Pools ; Transcript

Opportunities for Preventing Mass Chlorine Exposures at Recreational Swimming Pools ; Transcript 

Evaluation of Swimming Pool Treatment Chemical Health Effects Under NSF/ANSI Standard 50 ; Transcript

Dangerous Underwater Breath-Holding Behavior-Related Drownings in NY, 1988-2011 ; Transcript

Lifeguarding and the Model Aquatic Health Code ; Transcript

Innovation and Technology

Introducing Aquatic Inspector: A CDC iPad App to Streamline Pool Inspections ; Transcript

Advanced Chemistry and Its Impact on Disinfection ; Transcript

Swimming Pool Technologies: Are These the Answer? ; Transcript

Floatation Systems in the State of Washington ; Transcript

Inspections and Training

Reducing Drownings Through Epidemiology and Interventions ; Transcript

Network for Aquatic Facility Inspection Surveillance Data on Immediate Closures and Violations ; Transcript

Expanding Swimming Pool Educational Outreach ; Transcript

Understanding and Applying Lifeguard/Bather Supervision and Operational Entries in the MAHC ; Transcript

Questions? Contact programs@neha.org or 303-756-9090 x 335.

Thank you to the following exhibitors for participating in the EH2O Virtual Conference:

  • American Public Health Association 
  • Association of State and Territorial Health Officials 
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • The Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code
  • National Association of County and City Health Officials
  • National Swimming Pool Foundation
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