WAHC Track Tuesday: RWI/Advanced Chemistry

Next week marks the 12th running of the Healthy and Safe Swimming Week, which focuses on simple steps that swimmers and pool operators can take to reduce the risk of RWIs. The WAHC offers a track with a strong focus on RWI Prevention. When you attend the RWI/ Advanced Chemistry Track, you can incorporate what you learn in next year’s Healthy and Safe Swimming Week! 

Who Should Attend?
The topics discussed in this track will grab the attention of pool operators, facility directors, NSPF Instructors, and even manufacturers! Anyone can learn about keeping their pool safer and free from Recreational Water Illnesses. Register for this track after reviewing the titles below.

What Will be Uncovered?
Visitors to this track will learn about Low Free Chlorine Residuals, Legionella Spp. Testing, Inspection Data, Indoor Air Quality, and Disinfection with regards to Chemistry. Did you know that speakers from around the world lecture at the WAHC? For this track, they will join us from Germany, Austria, California, and Georgia!

Learn More!
Check out the titles, speakers, dates, and times in the below table. If you see a topic of interest, log into your FREE WAHC account, click on the hyperlink, and read more!




Thursday, October 20



Running Pools Safely on Low Free Chlorine Residuals (DIN) Gerhard Weiss

10:00 am-10:50 am

Legionella Spp. Test wth a Multi-Parameter Photometer

Andreas Hock

11:00 am-11:50 am

Advanced Chemistry and Its Impact on Disinfection

Roy Vore

1:30 pm-2:20 pm

National Aquatic Facility Inspection Surveillance System Data on Immediate Closures and Violations: Unlocking the Potential Power of Aquatic Inspection Data

Michele Hlavsa

3:00 pm-3:50 pm

Solving Poor Indoor Air Quality, High Operating Costs, and Limited Capital for Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatics Center

Art Vertner, Mike Dunwiddie

4:00 pm-4:50 pm

The World Aquatic Health™ Conference will be hosted in Nashville, TN from October 19-21, 2016. Be sure to purchase your ticket today and if you have more questions about the WAHC please email conference@nspf.org or call 719.540.9119.



World Aquatic Health Conference
Aquatic Sessions
Educational Seminars
RWI Advanced Chemistry
Recreational Water Illness
Healthy and Safe Swimming Week