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Duringchlorine- and bromine-susceptible pathogens e. Pool inspectors help minimize the risk for RWIs and injuries by enforcing regulations that govern public treated recreational water venues. To assess pool code compliance, CDC analyzed data fromroutine pool inspections conducted by a convenience sample of 15 state and local agencies.
Because pool codes and, therefore, inspection items differed across jurisdictions, reported denominators varied. Ofinspections, 13, Ofinspections, 12, Although these results likely are not representative of all pools in the United States, they suggest the need for increased public health scrutiny and improved pool operation. The results also demonstrate that pool inspection data can be used as a potential source for surveillance to guide resource allocation and regulatory decision-making.
Collecting pool inspection data in a standardized, electronic format can facilitate routine analysis to support efforts to reduce health and safety risks for swimmers. Prevention of RWIs at treated venues requires pool operators to 1 maintain appropriate disinfectant and pH levels to maximize disinfectant effectiveness and 2 ensure optimal water circulation and filtration.
Pool codes, promulgated by individual state or local public health agencies, govern pool operation.
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Each agency's pool inspection data were standardized for analysis and included information on water chemistry, circulation and filtration system, policy and management, and pool setting and type. A violation was defined as an inspection item that did not meet standards set by the jurisdiction's pool code.
CDC developed an algorithm based on facility name to classify pool setting e. Facility-identifying data then were deleted, and data from individual agencies were aggregated. Denominators in this report vary because pool codes, and therefore inspection items, differed across jurisdictions.
Duringinspectors in the 15 jurisdictions conducted a total ofroutine pool inspections. Among theinspections, the number of code violations identified ranged from 0 to 28 median: A total of 13, The following violations also were identified: Of theinspection records, 59, Among venues with known pool settings, child-care pool inspections had the highest percentage of immediate closures Of theinspection records, Interactive fountain inspections had the highest percentage of immediate closures Therapy pool inspections had the lowest percentage of disinfectant and pH level violations but the highest percentage of other water chemistry violations Interactive fountain inspections identified the lowest percentage of circulation and filtration violations N Doxford, Florida Dept of Health.
Editorial Note This report is the second to examine pool code compliance in multiple U. The first report analyzed aggregated pool inspection data collected during May September 1,from six jurisdictions 3.
This report examined data from more jurisdictions and for an entire year, resulting in a sample more than five times larger than reported previously. The conclusions from the two reports are similar: Although the sampled jurisdictions are not necessarily representative of the United States, the results underscore the public health importance of pool inspections.
The results also underscore the potential for inspection data to better inform and direct public health decision-making regarding swimmer health and safety, particularly if these data are standardized.
Pool inspections are a key part of ensuring pool code compliance 4. This report indicates that routine pool inspections resulted in a high percentage Moreover, disinfectant and pH level violations were identified during Such violations are particularly important because improper disinfectant and pH levels can result in transmission of chlorine- and bromine-susceptible pathogens.
Reduced chlorine levels and lower inspection scores have been associated with positive microbiologic water testing results 5.
He also ran cross country. The son of Steve and Renee Murphy is undecided on a major.
He will add to the team's success by his middle and distance capabilities in both backstroke and freestyle. Calfee was a regional finalist and a Southeastern Meet qualifier. He is hard worker and motivated young man. Apound swimmer out of Lexington, S. He's earned all-region, all-area and all-state honors in his high school career.
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Rutledge also took home regional championship individually in helping Lexington to its ninth consecutive Region V championship. We are looking forward to showcasing his emerging talent. He was lauded twice as an all-conference selection and made the all-state honorable mention team in The son of Kristin Merrifield and Dennis L. Smith plans to major in physical therapy at Carson-Newman.
A distance swimmer from Boca Raton, Fla. She was a district finalist, regional finalist and state qualifier in the same year. Zientarski was a part of county, district and regional championship teams in A decorated scholar, in her four years of high school, she was a member of the National Honor Society, an AP scholar and the recipient of the Presidential Academic Honors Award.
Henderson comes to C-N from Bartlett, Tenn. She was a state championship finalist, county championship qualifier and Best of Preps qualifier for coach Rachel West in high school. She finished eighth in the breast stroke at the state championships in and was the breaststroker in the medley that came in fourth at the state meet.
She plans to study nursing at Carson-Newman.
A basketball player in high school as well, Kaywork was her team's captain and a member of the all-coast teams her junior and senior years. She was the first female from her high school to qualify for states where she made it three times swimming the 50 free.
Kaywork was the district champ in the 50 free — the first in school history - and a runner up in the free.
Kiser helped DSC to a national runner up at the juco level. While in high school, she was a junior national and state qualifier as well as a regional and sectional finalist.Russell Young~Lane 2 @ 2012 Gwinnett County Swim County Meet~9-10 yr olds~25 free Heat 5
Was a member of the president's list and dean's list while at DSC. She is the daughter of Loretta Williams and plans to major in pharmacy at C-N. In high school, she was a state champion in the free relay in addition to being her school's Bronco Award recipient her senior year.