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News from NSPF

Blue Wave CPO Course

As part of a broader pool safety initiative, the City of Bridgeport, Connecticut has begun offering free Certified Pool Operator® (CPO®) Certification courses for local pool operators. Using funds from a Pool Safely grant from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the certifications will bolster the expertise of local professionals in a state that currently has no certification requirement for pool operators. Blue Wave Pool Service and Supplies, Inc. (Blue Wave) will conduct the courses, which run through the middle of 2020.

NSPF Instructor Awards

The National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF) has announced the winners of its annual Instructor Awards, presented to active NSPF Instructors whose diligence over the previous year marked a significant contribution to advancing NSPF’s mission.

The National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF) has announced the election of a new President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary of its Board of Directors. Additionally, in January 2019 Michelle Kavanaugh will assume the role of Executive Director of The Pool Spa & Aquatics Alliance (The Alliance) and The California Pool & Spa Association (CPSA). NSPF has named Andrew Roberts as its new Mission Development Manager.

NSPF Blog

While competition might drive our industry, we’re convinced that collaboration elevates it. Our sponsors know this... They’re always ready to be standard bearers for an attentiveresponsive aquatics industry—and they know that’s usually a team effort.

Ten networking how-to's to keep in mind during the 15th annual World Aquatic Health™ Conference!​

The overarching principle in quality service is to understand how each facet of the work influences every other part of the job. Using our work as an example, it’s interesting how the end of every season sets the stage for the next. The way we treat the water and close down the system in the fall will have everything to do with what we have to contend with when we come back and open our pools in the spring.