MAHC Network October 2020 Webinar Follow-Up - Updating Pool Codes at the Local Level: Slides and Recording Now Available

Nov 10, 2020 | Emily D'Angelo

In October 2020, the Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) Network held a webinar, “Updating Pool Codes at the Local Level”. During this webinar, representatives of Cuyahoga County, OH and Kansas City, MO shared their processes of using the MAHC to update pool codes in their respective jurisdictions.

If you were unable to attend and/or would like to review to materials from this webinar, please access our resources below:

Webinar recording
Webinar slides
NACCHO’s 2019 Report on Pool Codes Updates and the Use of the MAHC in Local Jurisdictions

Voting on Change Requests for Updated MAHC Starts Soon!

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) MAHC is maintained and updated in partnership with the Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code (CMAHC). Last week, the CMAHC held their virtual Vote on The Code conference to present and discuss this year’s change requests (CR). Over 500 CRs were presented for consideration to update the MAHC. These were vetted through CMAHC’s Technical Review Committee and around 140 CRs were formally presented to the CMAHC membership for discussion. Voting to approve/reject all CRs will be open from November 13 through December 14. Accepted changes to the MAHC will be presented in the 4th Edition, due out in June/July 2021. For more information, visit the CMAHC’s webpage.

For any questions, please contact MAHCnet@naccho.org.


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