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Swimming Pools

Continued Compliance for the Virginia Graeme Baker and Spa Safety Act - PowerPoint Presentation
Summary of Swimming Pool Information for Pool Facility Operators
Virginia Graeme Baker Act Continued Compliance for Drain Covers and Devices
Required Contents of a Biohazard Kit
Cleaning Up Body Fluid Spills on Pool Surfaces
Pool Closing Criteria
Monthly Report on Swimming Pool Operation
Approved Lifeguard Courses in Wisconsin - Updated 5/6/15

Updated CDC Pool Guidelines - 2016:

Healthy Swimming: Fecal Incident Response Recommendations for Aquatic Staff - Full Document
Formed Fecal Incident Guidelines
Diarrheal Incident Guidelines When Chlorine Stabilizer Is in the Water
Diarrheal Incident Guidelines When Chlorine Stabilizer Is NOT in the Water
Healthy Swimming: Hyperchlorination to Kill Cryptosporidium When Chlorine Stabilizer Is in Water

Additional Resources for:

Treated Recreational Water:Freshwater Lakes and Beaches:
  • Wisconsin DHS Safe Swimming (pool safety, Harmful Algal Blooms, recreational water illnesses, rip currents, drowning prevention).
  • Wisconsin DHS Blue-Green Algae (harmful algal blooms) and illness prevention.
  • Wisconsin DHS Safe Boating and Beach Monitoring.
  • Illness prevention for freshwater beach visitors available from Ottawa County (Michigan) Health Department.
Recreational Licensing and Environmental Health:
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